Crews responded Tuesday night to a house fire in Reading, Massachusetts. The fire broke out on the 300 block of South Street. Trump Not ‘Thrilled’ With Border Deal, But Leaning Toward It There was no immediate word on any potential injuries. Photo Credit: NBC10 BostonRead More →

The Senate Intelligence Committee’s investigation into the 2016 election has uncovered no direct evidence of the Trump campaign conspiring with Russia, Democrats and Republicans on the committee told NBC News. But different parties’ investigators in the probe, which is winding down, disagree over the implications of a pattern of contactsRead More →

The U.S. on Monday released its plan to become the world leader in artificial intelligence, nearly two years after China laid out its own playbook, NBC News reported. President Donald Trump’s executive order explained his administration’s views on developing artificial intelligence but left open a major question: Where’s the money?Read More →

After her “raise the roof” State of the Union reaction went viral, a New Hampshire congresswoman says she was honored by her portrayal on Saturday Night Live. Rep. Annie Kuster, who represents the state’s 2nd Congressional District, found herself alongside a handful of other powerful women in politics being portrayedRead More →

The head of the flight attendants’ union on Monday called for demonstrations at the country’s airports if there’s another government shutdown and warned that her members might have to stop working, NBC News reported. Association of Flight Attendants-CWA head Sara Nelson said the recent 35-day partial shutdown had stretched theRead More →

Rep. Seth Moulton is weighing a 2020 run for president. Matt Corridoni, Moulton’s communications director, confirmed to NBC10 Boston that the two-term Massachusetts Democratic congressman “is thinking about” joining the race to be his party’s presidential nominee. Lawmakers React to Donald Trump’s State of the Union Address A rising politicalRead More →

Rep. Walter Jones Jr., a 13-term Republican from eastern North Carolina whose about-face on the Iraq War came to define his congressional service, died Sunday on his 76th birthday, his congressional office confirmed. No cause of death was announced. Jones entered hospice care last month as his health sharply declinedRead More →

Founded in 2005, BDS calls for “recognizing the fundamental rights of the Arab-Palestinian citizens of Israel to full equality.” It also advocates for the return of millions of Palestinians to the homes their ancestors left or were forced from when Israel was established in 1948. Israeli officials allege the BDSRead More →

Hours after Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax again denied two claims of sexual assault, the two women accusing him said they would be willing to testify at a possible impeachment hearing as the Virginia Democrat faces calls to resign and a threat of impeachment. A lawyer for Meredith Watson, aRead More →

Democrats’ calls for an investigation into sex assault claims against Virginia’s Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax dissolved into demands for resignation and threats of impeachment after a second woman publicly accused him. A number of leaders called for a thorough investigation after Vanessa Tyson, a college professor in California, said publiclyRead More →