Supporters of efforts to amend the state constitution to include a victims' bill of rights suffered a significant setback in the House on Wednesday. 0
In an attempt to rescue the House-passed family medical leave bill from near certain death in the Senate, Sen. Dan Feltes, D-Concord, has introduced an amendment that attempts to address the concerns... 0
There were school shootings before Columbine, but the massacre at a high school in Littleton, Colorado, on April 20, 1999, shocked the nation's conscience into grief — and attention. 0
BOSTON — A Brazilian who has lived in New Hampshire for 28 years is slated for deportation today, after an appeals court denied a further stay of relief for the 65-year-old grandfather of two,... 0
AUGUSTA, Maine — A legislative committee split Tuesday on a bill that would allow a judge to order individuals to temporarily surrender their guns if they are deemed to pose a threat to... 0
A federal appeals court on Wednesday blocked an Ohio law that would cut federal taxpayer funding to 28 Planned Parenthood clinics, holding that conditions it imposed that denied funds to abortion... 0
Despite decades of pushing to create a welcoming coffeehouse culture in the U.S., Starbucks has left many Americans behind. McDonald's may be ready to pick up the pieces. 0
HAMPTON — A soup kitchen that was destroyed in a three-alarm fire earlier this month was reopened Monday evening at the Hampton Beach Fire Station. 0
LACONIA — A Northfield man was sentenced on drugs and weapons charges in Belknap County Superior Court on Tuesday. 0
DURHAM - A University of New Hampshire Presidential Task Force final report on the state of race relations at the school has been made public. 0
Unless the full Senate decides to override the recommendation of its Finance Committee, the paid family and medical leave insurance bill is dead for this legislative session. 0
Starbucks Corp. will close 8,000 company-owned U.S. cafes for the afternoon on May 29 so 175,000 employees can undergo racial tolerance training in response to protests and calls for boycotts after... 0
WASHINGTON — A provision in U.S. law requiring the deportation of immigrants convicted of crimes of violence is unconstitutionally vague, the Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday in a decision that... 0
To the Editor: I was impressed with Irving Glater's letter enlightening us to the fact that a mother's womb houses a parasite, and not a baby. It didn't of course reach its logical conclusion. He... 0
CONCORD — Imprisoned women were transported from the crowded state women’s prison in Goffstown to the new, $50 million New Hampshire Correctional Facility for Women in Concord on... 0
LEXINGTON, Ky. — Wenyen Gabriel, of Manchester, N.H., joined four University of Kentucky players in announcing Wednesday his intention of...
DURHAM – Major League Baseball has reached out to USA Baseball to look into allegations that a local coach threatened to have an 11-year-old...
Despite decades of pushing to create a welcoming coffeehouse culture in the U.S., Starbucks has left many Americans behind. McDonald's may be ready...
Public officials from one end of the political spectrum to the other fondly recalled first lady Barbara Bush — who died Tuesday at 92 —...
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Nothing about this story is true, as evidenced by the fact that the article included no links to or information about the “popular teen YouTuber's” previous work, the locale referenced in... 0
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