Friday, December 7th 2012
From U.S. Army Band to Modeselektor.
Boston's City Hall is a building many people love to hate. Brian Sirman, who teaches a class in "reviled architecture," explains why this and many other buildings are so despised.
Voice recognition pioneers Jim and Janet Baker claim Goldman Sachs gave them bad financial advice to sell their company to a competitor that went belly up within weeks.
Howard Snell is one of a shrinking number of American veterans who survived Pearl Harbor. On Dec. 7, 1941, Snell was an 18-year-old chief petty officer in the U.S. Navy.
Boston-based Partners In Health got its start in 1987, when Dr. Paul Farmer and Ophelia Dahl helped set up a one-room clinic in Haiti. It now serves nearly 2.5 million...
The political crisis in Egypt is deepening, as clashes between supporters and opponents of President Mohammed Morsi spread beyond Cairo.
There's now a "ghost bike" at the intersection of last week's fatal bike accident that happened right outside our studios. Robin Young shares an essay.