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The State of the Union speech, the annual spectacle that forces members of Congress to bob up and down and clap like seals begging for fish...

In legend and literature, the injunction to “abandon hope all ye who enter here” appears above the gates of Hell, not above the columns that frame...

The moment it went up, the Hotel Concord sign – its large white letters lit from within – became the most visible announcement that travelers on...

There are nights, when the air is still, that their eerie howling can be heard in most parts of the city. Coyotes hunt the woods behind Concord...

Today, put angst over government dysfunction aside and consider stuff, and how most of us have way too much of it. Marie Kondo is the Japanese star...

The U.S. Senate is slated to vote today on two bills that could conceivably lead to an end to the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. One,...

The presidential candidates have begun to arrive. The stage is set, but for what? A confrontation or, in ways unimaginable until recently, a...

If education were a patient brought into the emergency room by first responders, and N.H. Department of Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut was...

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