State Auditor Suzanne Bump was in Springfield Thursday, days after releasing her blockbuster report on the state’s welfare department. Speaking to the Republican newspaper, Bump disputed allegations by Governor Patrick that her work wasn’t accurate. Bump’s audit compared welfare rolls with Social Security data and represented a snapshot in time. It revealed widespread problems, involving several million in welfare benefits, including those being paid to more than a thousand dead people.
The number of troops in Afghanistan next year will be larger than originally thought to fill a gap left in the NATO mission.
Dinner will be cut short: The department store chain will open at 6 p.m., two hours earlier than last year.
Ever wonder what happened to those turkeys that got a Thanksgiving reprieve from the President?
A nor'easter headed up the East Coast could cause havoc for millions of Thanksgiving travelers.