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“I don’t want to have to be afraid that whenever a car drives by, [the occupants] could kill myself or my classmates,” said Riley Korhonen, a senior at Francis W. Parker Charter Essential School.

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Angry and scared, Mass. students join Florida survivors in gun control fight

A surge of high school and college students in New England are joining the Florida students’ cause, determined this time will be different.

// Moving a new arm the old-fashioned way

If all goes as planned, Ron Currier will soon have two prosthetic hands controlled solely by muscle signals transmitted from the brain.

// Trump seems to have insulated himself from MeToo movement

In the era of #MeToo, President Trump’s behavior would be fireable and career-ruining for most CEOs or celebrities, according to experts. But the Republican Party is increasingly invested in his success.

Evangelist Billy Graham spoke during the final day of his Crusade at Flushing Meadows Park in New York.

Evangelist Billy Graham dies at 99

The Rev. Billy Graham has died at his home in North Carolina at age 99, his spokesman said.

// Top cannabis regulator: Massachusetts should consider government-run bank for pot companies

With the private sector reluctant, would a state bank make it easier to collect cannabis taxes and prevent theft?