Ruling Clears Way for Purdue Opioid Settlement, Protects Sacklers from Lawsuits

NEW YORK (AP) - A federal appeals court cleared the way for the maker of OxyContin to settle thousands of legal claims tied to the opioid epidemic … [Read more...]

Battle of Climate Titans Will Determine Hurricane Season Activity

WASHINGTON - Two clashing climatic behemoths, one natural and one with human fingerprints, will square off this summer to determine how quiet or … [Read more...]

Teen Workers are in High Summer Demand

BOSTON (AP) - Teens have long been vital to filling out the summertime staffs of restaurants, ice cream stands, amusement parks, and camps. Now, … [Read more...]

Federal Government Giving Away Falmouth’s Nobska Lighthouse

FALMOUTH (AP) - Nobska Lighthouse in Falmouth is one of multiple lighthouses nationwide that are being offered at no cost by the federal … [Read more...]

Trump, DeSantis Rivalry Intensifies as Florida Governor Enters 2024 Presidential Race

NEW YORK (AP) — Ron DeSantis’ entry into the 2024 White House race against former President Donald Trump sets up a clash of the Republican Party’s two … [Read more...]

Recent Shark Attacks Worry U.S. Beach-Goers, Yet Experts Say They’re Very Rare

PORTLAND, ME (AP) — Recent shark bites in Florida and Hawaii, along with a suspected case in New Jersey and a white shark sighting in … [Read more...]

They’re Back: Great White Shark Spotted off Provincetown

PROVINCETOWN (AP) - A great white shark was seen chomping on a seal off the coast of Provincetown over the weekend, in a sure sign that summer is fast … [Read more...]

U.S. Drug Overdose Deaths Saw Slight Increase in 2022, Experts See Hopeful Signs

NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Drug overdose deaths in the U.S. went up slightly last year after two big leaps during the pandemic. Officials with … [Read more...]

Guardsman Jack Teixeira, Pentagon Leak Suspect, to Remain Jailed as he Awaits Trial

WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts Air National Guard member charged with leaking highly classified military documents will remain behind bars … [Read more...]

Haddock Is In Decline off New England, Regulators Say

PORTLAND, ME (AP) - A staple seafood species caught by East Coast fishers for centuries is experiencing overfishing, and regulators have cut catch … [Read more...]
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