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Students at at least 40 middle and high schools from Eastham to Williamstown are planning to participate in a national school walkout on March 14.
Despite the record-breaking warmth, the Frog Pond on Boston Common was still open for ice-skating.
WBUR's All Things Considered host Lisa Mullins talked with Hunter about his life and his music.
A campaign on GoFundMe raised more than $30,000 to send young people to the movies to see "Black Panther."
Dan Linskey, a former Boston police chief who is now a managing director at the security risk management firm Kroll, said the lack of action in the case of the...
This flu season is starting to break records, and specialists advise patients to particularly watch out for serious changes in breathing, thinking and drinking.
A new study out of Rhode Island shows a dramatic reduction in overdose deaths among inmates who were offered medication to help combat their addictions.
Additionally, Boston University's investigation concluded that Ashbrook's conduct, while unwelcome, "was not sexual in nature and did not constitute sexual harassment under the school's Sexual Misconduct/Title IX policy."
Growing up, Jordan Greenway didn't have many players who looked like him to inspire him. But he hopes the next generation will.
Professor Barry Bluestone apologized for his remarks. We talk about why he said it.
To address questions around complex identities, Melissa and Maya Ludtke developed a multimedia curriculum that teaches students about population control policies and more.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission met today to discuss the future of Wynn Boston Harbor in Everett.
This is the first time two orchestras on two continents have joined in such a musical and cultural alliance.
WBUR's Shira Springer joined WBUR's All Things Considered host Lisa Mullins for a preview of the game.
Despite worries among other researchers, Dr. Reisa Sperling is forging ahead with studying the treatment of amyloid plaques as a way to treat Alzheimer's disease.
The New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee voted unanimously to deny Eversource's controversial Northern Pass project a permit.
"These allegations against Wynn seemed to blindside the commission, and raises questions about the thoroughness of the vetting process" for casino licenses, reports WBUR's Steve Brown.
WBUR's Shira Springer reports on the going-ons in Minnesota ahead of the Patriots' big game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
A Massachusetts pharmacist convicted for his role in a meningitis outbreak was sentenced Wednesday to eight years in prison for racketeering and fraud.