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Afghanistan will sign a crucial security agreement allowing the U.S. to leave a small contingent of troops in the country beyond this year.
A UMass student who overdosed on heroin last year was working as an informant for campus police
A Florence man is dead after a high-speed crash in Williamsburg
An injured hiker is recovering after being rescued at night from the mountainside at Skinner State Park
The retailer plans to hire thousands more workers than last year.
The Connecticut River and its tributaries are much tidier this morning after the weekend's annual source-to-sea cleanup
A motorist managed to escape injury after driving his Subaru station wagon through a tobacco barn in Whately
The man once dubbed the world's "most eligible bachelor" bid goodbye to single life and married lawyer Amal Alamuddin.
It's a fishy story but the school says the pricy fish will help research in the Great Lakes.
The annual Brazilian festival is branching out in 2015 with a U.S. version that will boast a wide variety of acts.
Some in the GOP fear that conservative activists would have unrealistic expectations if Republicans run both the House and Senate.
The air traffic control site was set ablaze by a field technician, causing delays and cancellations.
The Denzel Washington thriller took the top spot over the weekend with $35 million in ticket sales.
Researchers are turning to high-tech tools, like the Fitbit, to find new ways to combat growing waistlines.
Here's a look at the big sports stories making headlines today, Monday, Sept. 29.
Baltimore, Houston, and Detroit missed the playoffs last season but on Sunday they looked serious about crashing the next postseason party.
Derek Jeter fittingly ended his MLB career with a hit, chopping a high-hopper and beating it out for a third-inning, RBI-single.
With top Europeans plying their trade on the U.S. PGA Tour, it is the Americans who arrive at the Ryder Cup hoping to produce an upset.
The Hollywood heartthrob married his fiancée in lavish, romantic fashion.
U.S. intelligence underestimated Islamic State activity inside Syria, which has become "ground zero" for jihadists worldwide.