SONY Pictures cancels the Christmas Day release of The Interview, the Seth Rogen-James Franco film.
The New Hampshire Attorney General is holding a press conference regarding Nathaniel Kibby, the man accused of kidnapping Abigail Hernandez in October 2013.
New Hampshire makes it easier to get a long distance education.
The White House announced Wednesday that Cuba and the United States are rebuilding their relationship.
Thousands of people gathered at saint peter's square in the Vatican Wednesday to wish Pope Francis a happy birthday.
A new study reveals that America's teens may not be as rebellious as you might think.
AAA is predicting a banner year for holiday travel in the U.S. this holiday season.
A new report by the New Hampshire Coalition to End Homelessness released a report on the state's homelessness between 2010 and 2014.
The holidays have become synonymous with over-eating, as many of us have learned the hard way.
PetSmart was acquired in a $8.7 billion deal.
For another day, an undercast still persists around the area.
Chrysler is expanding its recall of cars and trucks made with the deadly Takata airbags.
Your biggest gift this holiday season may be found at the gas station.
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director John Brennan, said Thursday he believes the CIA did a lot of things right after the 9/11 attacks.
A study by the Department of Justice finds 80 percent of rape and sexual assaults of female college students are not reported to police.
An outage is impacting FairPoint Internet customers in Vermont and New Hampshire.
Coach or First Class, it's a common decision air travelers have to make.
You can call it a record storm, Burlington, VT receiving a daily record for most snow Wednesday. It slowly winds down with more snow showers.
Get the latest school closing and delays.
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) intelligence report was released on Tuesday.
"I behaved badly." That apology Tuesday from Economist and Obamacare Consultant Jonathan Gruber.
Giving and receiving often involves shipping and delivering, especially with online shopping expected to increase this holiday season.
Power companies are preparing for outages across the area.
There are big concerns over the release of a report on CIA torture.
Sony has been hacked again.
Grumpy Cat has turned that frown into cold, hard cash.
Lighter on and off snow showers will continue through Friday night.
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Delivery companies want to make sure your packages don't end up in the hands of thieves this holiday season.
In this week's Weather School, Meteorologist Michael Page explains weather's role in the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Instead of the predicted rain, most places saw wet snow during much of Saturday.
After a failed attempt earlier in the week, NASA successfully launched into space today.
It's been 50 years since Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer premiered on television on December 6, 1964!
It's that time of year, when you and your colleagues will gather for the annual office holiday party.
Racial violence erupted in Ferguson, Missouri and New York City following controversial no-bills on police killings of unarmed black men. Now there's a big push for police to start using body cams.
New Hampshire has joined a $3.8 million multi-state settlement with Sirius XM Radio, Inc.
It's no secret that child care is expensive.
It's the most wonderful time of the year and also the most expensive time of the year.
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As Vermont's new maple grading system takes full effect, it's being adopted in other nearby states.
The New Hampshire Senate announced their leadership team for the upcoming legislative session.
Most of us are knee-deep in our Christmas shopping, eager to find the perfect gift for everyone on our list. As you hit the stores this week, experts have some tips on the gifts to absolutely, positively avoid.
America's interest in online shopping is alive and well.
A wintry mix Tuesday night left a couple of fresh inches of snow, but led to more than 100 school delays and a road closure.
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Federal safety regulators are investigating whether Graco delayed reporting a defect that led to the largest recall of children's car seats in U.S. history.
The Claremont Police Department says a woman was arrested after giving a false report of a man with a gun walking through the Maple Avenue Elementary School parking lot.
Thin Mints, Do-si-dos, Peanut Butter Patties and other favorites will now be sold online
Snow will accumulate Tuesday night, plus there is a threat of freezing rain. Here is what you can expect.
New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan announced job training grants for six New Hampshire companies in November.