Topic: New England
A chance interview with Malcolm X showed a leader who had learned to use his anger only when it was needed.
11/29/2011 10:40 am
A new facility for women veterans in Bridgeport, Conn., honors her fallen son while helping homeless war vets in need.
11/28/2011 09:38 am
In July I drove 1,800 miles with only the radio to keep me company. What struck me were the overarching themes of female empowerment sung over the airwaves. Pop music is singing a new tune. Are girls taking the message to heart?
11/25/2011 08:00 am
Alice Hoffman offers a feminist take on the siege of Masada in what may be her best novel yet.
11/24/2011 06:05 am
Since the first Thanksgiving occurred, reportedly in 1621, historians and pop culture have spread a cornucopia of tall tales, half truths, and straight-up lies. But this Thanksgiving, we're thankful for the truth. So before you succumb to the delights of turkey day, allow us separate fact from fiction for you.
11/23/2011 04:31 pm
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney struggles to get more than 20 percent support in most polls. But he's long held a healthy lead in New Hampshire. The two are well matched.
11/18/2011 03:44 pm
The Africa Mercy, a charity-funded hospital ship docked in Sierra Leone, provides the most sophisticated medical facility in the region.
11/18/2011 09:40 am
A Christian Science perspective.
11/16/2011 03:44 pm
11/16/2011 01:59 pm
Folks in the Northeast remember the Blizzard of '78 and the April Fool's Day Blizzard, which hit in '97. They'll be talking about the limb-snapping, electricity-killing Halloween Nor'easter for a long time, too.
10/31/2011 05:14 pm