They lost Game 1 in Winnipeg before winning four straight.
Trump says he will "demand" Justice Department investigate whether FBI infiltrated his presidential campaign - and DOJ says IG will indeed expand its probe
"My beloved dad is in Maine."
Connecticut municipalities continue to make repairs following two tornados that swept through the area
Follow along for the latest news from Saturday night at Quicken Loans Arena.
Justify emerged from the fog and sloshed his way to another impressive victory, holding off several hard-charging challengers to win the Preakness on Saturday and keep alive the chance for trainer Bob Baffert's second Triple Crown champion in four years
U.S. captain Patrick Kane failed to register a point for the first time in the championship.
ESPN reported Quinn and the Rangers have discussed a five-year, $12 million contract.
US-China trade talks produce commitment by Beijing to 'significantly increase" purchases of Americans exports
The Celtics legend tweeted on Saturday that he was OK and headed home.
Massachusetts is set to clear another hurdle on the path to its first offshore wind farm
Police say a Massachusetts man has beaten a dog with a baseball bat and has been arrested
LeBron is losing sleep and says there's nothing comfortable about being in 2-0 playoff hole
Five of the eight Massachusetts Democratic incumbents seeking re-election to the U.S. House this year are facing likely challenges in the September primary
The dust-up this past week in the House over immigration shows just how problematic and risky the issue is for the GOP at a time when the party needs unity heading into pivotal elections in November
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married Saturday at at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle.
Matthew Vacher, 36, was arrested Friday after a handgun was allegedly found in a backpack he brought to the Ross Elementary School , according to Braintree police.
The victim was shot at about 1:40 a.m. at 39 Olney St. and taken to Boston Medical Center with life-threatening injuries, said police spokeswoman Officer Rachel McGuire.
"Live Free or Die," a phrase written by a Revolutionary War hero in 1809 and adopted as New Hampshire's state motto in 1945 remains quite popular around the Statehouse, where it has been invoked during speeches at least 10 times this year