Kavanaugh Accuser Open To Testifying About Sexual Assault Allegations
Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who alleges Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her at a high school party in the '80s, "wishes to testify," her lawyer says, and is discussing terms.
How Far Have We Really Come Since Anita Hill? We're About To Find Out
Anita Hill overestimated the Senate Judiciary Committee's regard for women, truth and justice when she came forward, writes Leigh Gilmore. Twenty-six years later, Christine Blasey Ford faces similar skepticism.
CBD: What It Does, Who It's For And Where It's Headed
CBD products are all the rage. What you need to know about the marijuana ingredient that’s being used for conditions including insomnia, anxiety and epilepsy.
In 'These Truths,' Historian Jill Lepore Asks If America Has Lived Up To Its Ideals
American truths, not so self-evident. Historian Jill Lepore on why the tension between fact and fiction has been with us since the nation’s founding.
Episode 1: '81 Minutes'
The heist of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is something like the holy grail of art crime. This podcast will look at why not a single artwork has been recovered.
Isabella Left These Artworks In Our Care — 'We Need To Get Them Back'
The most captivating person connected to the largest unsolved art heist is neither a suspect nor a detective, writes senior reporter and producer Kelly Horan.
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