DEAR ABBY: My brother, who lives 1,000 miles away, is thinking of moving back to our hometown to be around family and “start over.” I love him. He’s not a bad person, but he was a terrible father. He is now a widower, and he suffers from depression.
When lawmakers met on the lacrosse field at the University of New Hampshire on Dec. 2, at least 61 state representatives ignored orders, ordinances and policies requiring them to wear facemasks, according to a Union Leader tally.
A gifted middle schooler in Mont Vernon, a beloved Bedford teacher, and the son of a U.S congressman have died by suicide in recent days, leaving family and those close to them struggling to understand.
PLYMOUTH — An artificial-intelligence entity known as “Alex” is training Plymouth State students to become better salespeople, helping them get pre-graduation face time with prospective employers — and winning them acclaim in a national competition.
WASHINGTON — The presidency comes with a lot of perks: a house, a private jet, a vacation spot next to Maryland’s world-famous Catoctin Mountain (elevation: 1,900 feet), butlers, chefs and, for a lucky few, a bottomless supply of loyalty in Congress.
Q: I am not ready to retire, but I would like to step away from the day-to-day management and operation of my company. What steps can I take to make the transition to the next generation of leadership smoother?
Smaller states like New Hampshire might not be getting a fair share of funding for vaccine distribution from the second COVID-19 relief bill, potentially hobbling their efforts to vaccinate their populations.
Q: I’ve been taking opioid pain medication for five months to relieve the chronic pain of arthritis in my spine. It seemed to help at first, but now I swear the pain is worse and I am loath to increase my dose. How do I ease the pain and get off these scary drugs?
An Air Force veteran from Southern California and ardent conspiracy theorist bent on war against the government. An Army psychological operations officer at Ft. Bragg, N.C. A decorated, retired Air Force officer of 18 years from Texas who served in Afghanistan and Iraq.
DEAR ABBY: A friend of mine from college (I graduated four years ago) is incredibly kind but terrible at keeping in touch. She has never been good at responding to texts, but now that we no longer live in the same area, we don’t communicate.
WILMINGTON, Del. — President-elect Joe Biden will cap a busy day of inauguration pageantry by using the powers of his new office to push policy changes on housing, student loans, climate change and immigration, a top aide said on Saturday.
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. — The U.S. government carried out the 13th and final federal execution under President Donald Trump’s administration early on Saturday, days before his successor Joe Biden takes office with a promise to try to end the death penalty.
CONCORD — An Amherst man charged last week with leaving voicemail threats for six congressmen also targeted at least one New Hampshire state representative, claiming patriots would drag him from his bed and hang him, federal prosecutors said.
WILMINGTON, Del. — President-elect Joe Biden on Friday said he would order increased production of syringes and other supplies to ramp up vaccinations against COVID-19 and improve upon the Trump administration rollout that he called a “dismal failure.”
WASHINGTON — The federal auto regulator said this week it would delay an increase in fines imposed on manufacturers that fail to meet emissions standards designed to curb global warming, even after the Trump administration has lost two lawsuits over the issue.