Published July 07, 2012
Critics of the Cape Wind offshore, green-energy project in Massachusetts are continuing their opposition -- following the release of documents they say appear to suggest the Obama administration approved the project despite safety concerns.
Published July 02, 2012
After more than a decade of push and pull, the nation's first offshore wind farm got the green light -- but longtime opponents of Massachusetts' Cape Wind claim they have a smoking gun that shows the Obama administration applied "pressure" to get the project approved.
Published May 24, 2012
From childhood, John Napier of Schenectady, New York dreamed Olympic dreams and called the winter wonderland of Lake Placid his second home. With nearly two decades of bobsledding experience and enthusiasm beneath his belt he became a world class athlete.
Published April 27, 2012
Jiz Lee is described in the college calendar advertising the event as "an award-winning genderqueer performer, author, artist and pleasure activist," and a sample of the performer's work is scheduled to be shown on campus followed by a discussion with students.
Published April 20, 2012
On Friday, the Red Sox played the New York Yankees, the same team they played on April 20, 1912, when the opponent was called the New York Highlanders.
Published April 13, 2012
As the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan draw to a close the Department of Defense plans to trim more than $480 billion from the budget in the coming decade. Tough choices will be made and communities that rely on military spending are on edge.
Published March 29, 2012
Aging barns dot America's rural landscape, rickety reminders of the the hard work that built communities, but these iconic structures are slowly disappearing, removed to make way for new homes and urban sprawl as long-time family farms close.
Published March 22, 2012
In an age when political action committees spend millions on negative advertising, two Senate candidates in Massachusetts have a struck a deal, vowing to hold outside attacks at bay.
Published March 13, 2012
While the battle over birth control, women's rights and religious freedom rages in Washington, Republicans in New Hampshire are firing a preemptive strike, aiming to reverse a 12-year-old state law requiring health plans with prescription coverage to include contraceptives.
Published February 08, 2012
Modern day treasure hunters say they've found a sunken ship off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts holding one of the biggest fortunes ever discovered in the ocean depths.