Advocates are pushing for radical salary transparency in some of the nation's largest banks as a way to eliminate the pay gap between men and women, and help get more women in leadership positions.
The settlement is in connection with Santander's role in funding what the state attorney general called "unfair and unaffordable auto loans."
President Trump will tap Gov. Charlie Baker to serve on a new commission to address the nation's opioid addiction epidemic which will be led by Baker friend Gov. Chris Christie.
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These Massachusetts-based companies have boards where at least half the members are women and minorities.
Following a WBUR report, a state agency has suspended Jean Morose Viliena's school bus driver certificate.
Clearing will take place today and sunshine is in the forecast for Thursday before a new nor'easter affects the area late this week and to start the weekend.
Faith was her steady companion. Children were too.
We visit Monson, where customers wait in line for hours to purchase beer from Tree House Brewing Co.
A rare archive of the 1940s Lodz Ghetto in Poland, buried underground to survive the war, and later used in the trial of Nazi leader Adolf Eichmann, comes to Boston’s MFA.
The city needs to stop its giveaway of our waterfront commons and prioritize public space over private greed, writes Bradley Campbell.
When Boston composer Lainey Schooltree set out to write a rock opera in 2013, she had no idea what she was getting into.
The play presents a portrait of Golda Meir, Israel's first female prime minister, from her modest beginnings to her days navigating the male-dominated corridors of power.
Advocates say an increase in state funding is needed in the face of proposed cuts by the Trump administration.
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We speak with Mark Harvey about how the Boston jazz scene has evolved as the genre has changed in sound, style and visibility over the decades.
We talk with theologian Thomas Groome about whether the Democratic Party should rethink its stance on abortion.
"If these sanctuary cities are going to harbor and conceal criminal illegal aliens," Sheriff Thomas Hodgson said, "federal arrest warrants should be issued for their elected officials."
RIZE Massachusetts has already attracted $13 million in funding commitments to support innovative efforts to fight opioid addiction and substance abuse. Its goal is to raise $50 million over the next three years.
A group of MIT has researchers released a set of eight, key cybersecurity recommendations for President Trump.