Four Marlborough girls participated in the 60th annual session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women.Read More
Marlborough’s endowment, 50 percent of which is invested in the stock market, was affected by the recent volatility in the stock market.
Students speak out against racial discrimination in school policy and the classroom.
The Korean Central News Agency released claims of a possible hydrogen bomb detonation in the Democratic Republic of North Korea on Wednesday, Jan. 6.
Over the past year, the rates of violence in El Salvador toward women, including gang rape, abduction and murder have increased dramatically.
On the night of Friday Nov. 13, terrorists who have since been identified as members of the Islamic State, or Daesh, committed a series of six coordinated shootings and bombings in Paris, France.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced on Dec. 3 that the military will open all combat roles to women, and each branch has submitted a proposal for integration that are currently pending approval by the Pentagon.
Pope Francis spoke to a joint congress at the House Chamber, becoming the first pontiff to speak to both the Senate and the House of Representatives.
Hundreds of thousands of migrants entered the European Union over the summer, fleeing largely due to Middle Eastern and African civil wars.