Massachusetts digs out after snow storm

Residents used shovels and snow blowers to dig out of one of the biggest snow storms of the season that dumped more than a foot of precipitation accross parts of the northeastern U.S. overnight Monday. (March 4)

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Massachusetts digs out after snow storm

Massachusetts digs out after snow storm

Residents used shovels and snow blowers to dig out of one of the biggest snow storms of the season that dumped more than a foot of precipitation accross parts of the northeastern U.S. overnight Monday. (March 4)

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New York and Boston protest Trump’s national emergency

Hundreds of people gather in Union Square, New York and in Boston, Massachusetts to protest against President Donald Trump’s decision to declare a national emergency to fund a wall on the southern border with Mexico as sixteen US states have also sued the administration over the decision.

US Senator Warren makes presidential bid official

Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren made her bid for the White House official on Saturday in the working-class Massachusetts city of Lawrence. (Feb. 9)

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Today in History for February 4th

(4 Feb 2019) Highlights of this day in history: World War II’s Yalta Conference; O.J. Simpson found liable for the murders of his ex-wife and her friend; Patty Hearst kidnapped; the Massachusetts gay marriage ruling; aviator Charles Lindbergh born. (Feb. 4)

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Man hangs on moving car after road rage incident

(28 Jan 2019) Two Massachusetts men involved in an apparent case of road rage in which one drove at speeds of up to 70 mph with the other clinging to the hood of his vehicle, some of which was caught on video, have been released after their arraignments. (Jan. 28)

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How The Government Shutdown Hurt Millions Of People On Food Stamps (HBO)

The longest government shutdown in history has been much more than an inconvenience for the roughly 40 million people who rely on food stamps.

The United States Department of Agriculture, which oversees the food stamp program, coordinated with states around the country to send out February benefits before the 21st of January, several weeks earlier than normal. The move was possible because of a provision in the short-term continuing resolution, which helped fund the program for another 30 days after the onset of the shutdown.

But no one knows what’s going to happen next, and the lack of answers is creating a bubbling panic throughout the vulnerable populations, as well as the entire ecosystem that’s built around the program.

VICE News traveled to Massachusetts, where families are suddenly unsure of how to budget, and programs that are meant to help them navigate the system don’t know what to tell them.

“I just try to be careful. I try not to overspend,” said Natalie Tejada, who relies on $547 in SNAP benefits every month to stay afloat. “Sometimes I have to put my foot down when it comes to the kids and what they want.”

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Time Lapse: Snowy roads in New England

(20 Jan 2019) A large winter storm dumped snow, sleet and freezing rain across New England on Sunday. Time lapse video shows a drive between Acton, Massachusetts an Union, Connecticut on Sunday morning. (Jan. 20)

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Kevin Spacey pleads not guilty to groping charge

(7 Jan 2019) Actor Kevin Spacey entered a not guilty plea in a Massachusetts courtroom Monday to charges of felony indecent assault and battery. Spacey is accused of groping in a man in a bar in 2016. Spacey was ordered to have no contact with the victim. (Jan. 7)

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