Protests start small, peacefully at fortified US statehouses

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Police and National Guard troops stood sentry at newly fortified statehouses Sunday ahead of demonstrations planned for the leadup to President...

After a year when a record number of people marched for civil rights across the country, Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream of building a “world house”...

Where icons met, memorial to rise

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A major memorial honoring Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King is moving forward in Boston, where they met and studied in the 1950s. King...

Since it started last summer the Monitor’s weekly COVID tracker has sometimes had to present depressing data. Here’s the latest: At our current...

On frigid winter evenings, the hooting of a barred owl (Strix varia) serves as a reminder that the darkened forests of the Northeast are still very...

She called herself a “fighter,” tattooing the scripted word, in black ink, onto her inner forearm while fighting for her life.Her family used the...

The preseason was cut short and limited by health guidelines, and the first game was thrown on the schedule last week. So, it was no surprise that...

The Concord High wrestling team opened its season on Saturday, and at first glance, its looks like business as usual for the Crimson Tide.Concord...

Packers, Bills reach conference title games

Today

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Taron Johnson returned an interception a record-tying 101 yards for a touchdown to send the Buffalo Bills to their first AFC...

After years of competing for championships in four tiny divisions, high school Nordic skiing has been realigned into two large groups.“Reorganizing...


In the wake of the Jan. 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol by extremists and supporters of President Donald Trump, next week’s already scaled-down...

New Hampshire’s 400-member Legislature took up a pandemic-era experiment last week, meeting in a UNH parking lot in staggered spaces for a socially...

Expecting trouble, DC locks down a week before inauguration

1/14/21

WASHINGTON — All through downtown Washington, the primary sound for several blocks was the beeping of forklifts unloading more fencing. There were...

A week after a violent occupation of the U.S. Capitol building forced members of Congress to shelter in hiding, U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster says she...

She called herself a “fighter,” tattooing the scripted word, in black ink, onto her inner forearm while fighting for her life.Her family used the...

The recent world history class taught by Mr. Bowen, age 12, began in his backyard, on a rainy, snowy, muddy morning.He dressed for the day, with a...

She bounced on the bed – her bed – like a kid on a trampoline.She stuck her hand under the bathroom faucet, thrilled the water was hot. She...

Wednesday was a Rambo kind of day.You could see it on a flag waving outside the State House, along Main Street. The flag we’ve seen over and over...




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On frigid winter evenings, the hooting of a barred owl (Strix varia) serves as a reminder that the darkened forests of the Northeast are still very...





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