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Several measures that passed the legislature in the last-minute rush remain in a sort of legislative limbo — with no clear indication what might happen next.
The state's 6.25 percent sales tax will be excluded Saturday and Sunday on most items sold in retail stores.
We get the latest from Beacon Hill on what the Governor has signed into law, and what is still waiting for his final approval.
We heard from listeners who wanted to share their experiences in and out of the workplace in relation to gender roles, family dynamics, abuses of power and more. Here's what...
Bird has defied the city's order to suspend operations, but some of the scooters it advertises in Cambridge do not exist.
Cambridge and Somerville city officials continue to push back on e-scooters, like ones produced by California-based company Bird.
The regulations put a cap on how many vehicles can provide the services, and ensure drivers get a minimum hourly wage.
Here & Now's Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson round up the latest media stories with NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik.
PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi is stepping down. With the number of female CEOs dropping, we'll take a hard look at the glass ceiling to the C-suite.
Juul's answer to accusations of marketing to minors is an anti-smoking marketing campaign targeted at young people. But, will the ads — some of which stress that Juuls are just...
Construction workers die of opioid overdose at rates six times higher than the average worker.
Bernadette Coughlin hopes she is the last person in Massachusetts to be fired for having a toke of pot at home off work hours.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with WBUR business reporter Callum Borchers about the electric car maker's options.
You may not realize this, but when you get that financial aid letter from a college, nothing is set in stone.
One Dalton, in Boston's Back Bay, is the tallest residential building in New England, at 742 feet.
State regulators will consider seven applications for legal marijuana business licenses on Thursday, including two for cultivation and three for retail shops.
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani called the return of U.S. sanctions against the country "psychological warfare."
Major automakers recently reported disappointing sales for new cars in July. The threat of tariffs is partly to blame.
In her latest column, tech journalist Kara Swisher called Facebook and other Silicon Valley giants "digital arms dealers."