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Team USA has 5 gold medals after the first week of the games.
We go behind the headlines with Susan Tracy and Charlie Chieppo.
Host Shira Springer talks about the school shooting in Florida and the fallout in our week in review. We also look at the breakout stars of the first week of...
Francisco Cantú's new memoir, "The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches from the Border," details his experience working as an agent for the United States Border Patrol.
We speak to a superintendent and a children's psychiatrist about how parents, teachers, and administrators can talk to children about shootings and how we can better respond to keep events...
A new poll from WBUR finds an overwhelming 71 percent of Massachusetts voters say they want to bring Amazon's second headquarters to the area.
Host Jill Kaufman talks about the school shooting in Florida and what kinds of conversations are going on in schools today. We also look at the new WBUR poll that...
Artist and Westfield State University professor Dr. Imo Nse Imeh recently spent four days painting a 6-foot tall portrait of Trayvon Martin.
A New Hampshire woman won the lottery in January, but she revoked her right to remain anonymous when she signed the ticket with her own name.
Senator Warren took on the controversy surrounding her Native American ancestry in a surprise speech to the National Congress of American Indians.
On Wednesday, Boston University announced it had dismissed 'On Point' host Tom Ashbrook.
We go through the big sports stories of the week with Only A Game's Bill Littlefield.
Host Jill Kaufman talks about the dismissal of On Point host Tom Ashbrook from WBUR. And we look at Senator Elizabeth Warren's surprise appearance at the National Congress of American...
Now, she's joined Suffolk Construction.
Norwich has produced an impressively high number of winter Olympians.
We talk to John Carroll, WBUR media analyst and professor of journalism at BU, about what the sale will mean for the Herald and local news.
Boston Globe sports columnist Tara Sullivan joins us for an update on the Olympics.
The U.S. stock market has seen two weeks of topsy-turvy gains and losses and what analysts call a "correction."
Host Anthony Brooks talks about today's auction for the Boston Herald. We also look at what the correction to the stock market means. And we check-in on the Winter Olympics...