Really, who was shocked when a couple of lawmakers, backed by surly restaurateurs, proposed curtailing Boston’s new, and very popular, beer gardens? The city, after all, has a proud history of being anti-fun, going back to the Puritans.
Under pointed questioning from senators, the top U.S. general for homeland defense said Tuesday that he sees no military threat coming from the southern border with Mexico, but his focus is on “very real” threats from China and Russia.
On the verge of important talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, U.S. President Donald Trump appears ready to accept a much less harsh deal on nuclear proliferation with the decades old adversary.
Nigeria’s president was poised to be declared the winner of a second term in Africa’s largest democracy after urging voters to give him another chance to tackle gaping corruption, widespread insecurity and an economy limping back from recession.
The Vatican on Tuesday insisted on Australian Cardinal George Pell’s right to further defend himself after being convicted of molesting two choirboys in his homeland, but said Pope Francis was keeping in place local church restrictions forbidding one of his most trusted advisers from having contact with children while appeals run their course.
The report by MassBio and Deloitte Consulting announces the launch of MassConnect.DH as part of a plan to create more infrastructure around supporting digital health startups and biotech professionals.