Current law gives border patrol a 100-mile-wide area extending from any international border where the patrol can stop people without reasonable suspicion. The bill would change that number from 100 miles to 25 miles.
NEW YORK — Fed up with being overlooked as a female scientist despite wading through mud carting heavy equipment and working twice as hard as her male colleagues, Dr. Ellen Currano is on a drive for change — by donning a beard.
HONG KONG — China said on Wednesday Hong Kong’s protest movement had reached “near terrorism” and more street clashes followed ugly scenes the previous day when protesters set upon men they suspected of being government sympathizers.
A federal judge on Friday awarded more than $700,000 to a former American University student government president who accused the founder of a well-known neo-Nazi website of directing his followers to threaten her with racist online messages.
CONCORD — State Rep. Katherine Rogers said she might have been the only person who thought Gov. Chris Sununu would not veto a trio of gun-control bills passed along party lines in the state Legislature.
LOS ANGELES — Universal Pictures on Saturday canceled the release of “The Hunt,” a satirical thriller about a group of Americans who are captured to be hunted and killed for sport, following apparent criticism by President Donald Trump and a recent series of mass shootings.
OSSIPEE — Saying she never admitted guilt or liability, a Jackson innkeeper who recently entered into a settlement with the state over allegations of violating the New Hampshire Civil Rights Act wants to back out of the pact because she says the state’s press release about it was misleading.
CONCORD — No racial taunts or slurs immediately preceded the incident that took place in Claremont two summers ago when an 8-year-old biracial boy suffered injuries to his neck when he was pushed from behind off a picnic table with a rope looped around his neck, state officials said Wednesday.
CONCORD -- Nine former Dartmouth psychology students have settled a lawsuit with the college. The suit alleged three professors harassed and assaulted students, and the college did little to intervene. The $14 million settlement was announced Tuesday.
BOSTON — A federal judge in Boston has granted class-action status to immigrants who appear in a federal immigration court in Boston — including immigrants from New Hampshire — in a lawsuit that challenges procedures for releasing ICE detainees from custody before trial, according to the Ame…
For most of us — not just in America, but worldwide — the accepted norm for an elevator ride is this: Get in and position yourself as far from others as possible, face forward, be still, stand up straight and stare silently at the door, or your cellphone, until you get to your floor.
CONCORD — Retired New Hampshire Superior Court judge Robert Morrill is mediating a settlement between Dartmouth College and nine women suing the Ivy League school for sexual harassment and misconduct at the hands of three former psychology professors.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Monday renewed his attacks on a prominent black lawmaker from Baltimore and slammed black civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton, further fueling racial tensions as he linked his attacks to his 2020 reelection bid.
EXETER — Police Chief Stephan Poulin is threatening to prosecute anyone engaging in hate crimes after some students at elite Phillips Exeter Academy reported racially charged comments being hurled at them — and even cigarettes.
Concord Coach Lines — the state’s largest passenger bus company — said it will not block Customs and Border Patrol agents from accessing its buses, despite being urged to do so by the American Civil Liberties Union.
More people are using highways to harm themselves, including the 40-year-old man who jumped to his death off the South Willow Street bridge over Interstate 293 on Monday, according to a New Hampshire State Police official.