Advocates say the city needs to allocate more funding and take more proactive steps to redesign crash "hot spots" in order to achieve its Vision Zero goal.
The cuts affect anti-addiction programs, literacy outreach efforts, computer-science education and more.
A campus-wide email sent Friday says the school has issued "cease and desist" orders to four fraternities.
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WBUR legal analyst Nancy Gertner looks at the ongoing legal battles between Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey and ExxonMobil, as well as how President-elect Donald Trump could reshape the Supreme Court.
Healey says Massachusetts has a record of opposing the federal government and she'll use the powers of her office to block efforts that would roll back progress on civil rights, health care, the environment and immigrant rights.
Starring in "Things to Come" and "Elle," two highly acclaimed films that are oddly similar in surface specifics and yet wildly divergent in tone, Huppert is able to show off her talents, writes critic Sean Burns.