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JFK Library tips cap to presidents

JFK Library tips cap to presidents

The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum celebrated Presidents Day with a family festival. Fritz Klein of Springfield, Ill. portrays Abraham Lincoln. Douglass Copeland of Roslindale signs a replica Declaration of Independence; dressed as Presi

Tuesday, 09:00 in Regional
 

Clarification: White House-Spanish story

WASHINGTON — In a story Feb. 10, The Associated Press reported that nearly 1 in 5 people in the United States speaks Spanish. The story should have explained that 40 million Americans speak Spanish at home, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Instituto

Friday, 22:26 in Politics
 

Trump says he wishes aide accused of domestic violence well

WASHINGTON — Trump says he wishes aide accused of domestic violence well, hopes he'll have a great career ahead of him.

10 February 2018 in Politics
 

Borges’ column suspended after error

A column by Ron Borges in yesterday’s Herald regarding Patriot Tom Brady’s salary discussions was based on information which proved to be false. The Herald apologizes to Brady, his agent Don Yee and the Patriots, and to our readers for this erroneous rep

10 February 2018 in Regional
 

Michigan State University plans to fire former osteopathic college dean, suspends radiology chairman amid...

LANSING, Mich. — Michigan State University plans to fire former osteopathic college dean, suspends radiology chairman amid Nassar scandal.

9 February 2018 in Hot News
 

Attorney General Maura Healey joins Boston Herald Radio

Attorney General Maura Healey joins Boston Herald Radio's "Morning Meeting" with Hillary Chabot and Tom Shattuck to talk about yesterday's massive fentanyl bust in Boston, the ongoing controversy over marijuana licensing, and more. 

9 February 2018 in Regional
 

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