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New case quotas for immigration judges to speed deportations, along with increased incidents of detention, writes Carol Rose, are an attack on human rights and due process.
An engine explodes, causing an emergency landing. Comey takes on the Trump. Lessons from Starbucks. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
Nancy Gertner, a former federal judge in Boston and a WBUR legal analyst, wrote an op-ed in the New York Times recently, defending the special counsel.
A Massachusetts woman who alleges her Uber driver raped says she's furious after a court oversight allowed the driver to post bail and flee the country.
The court says the Department of Correction overstepped its authority by using dogs to search prison visitors for drugs without allowing public to weigh in.
There have been protests in northern India this week over the rape and murder of an 8-year-old Muslim girl in January. The case has taken a political turn.
Denise Ezekiel, of Holbrook, was charged Wednesday with larceny of over $250 for allegedly stealing money from the department.
Co-owner Kai Grant says the neighborhood has been targeted by vandals before but this is the first time it has had racial tones.
We talk with a member of the Harvard Black Law Students Association about the forceful arrest of a Harvard student captured on video.
Members of Massachusetts State Police Troop F earned up to $13,000 per year in previously undisclosed per diem payments.
The death of Sean Gannon, a Yarmouth K-9 officer who was fatally shot while serving an arrest warrant, has again raised the issue in Massachusetts.
Sean Gannon was fatally shot while serving a warrant in Barnstable last week. He was 32.
Larry Krasner has been in office since January, and is already taking steps to change the way the city looks at sentencing, parole, bail and incarceration.
Since the caliphate fell last year, Russian Muslims who joined, and their families, have vanished — and families back in Russia are desperate for news.
Chemical weapons inspectors still haven't entered Douma, where the U.S., U.K. and France say the Syrian government used poison gas to kill more than 40 people on April 7.
A federal jury has found three men guilty of plotting to bomb a mosque and apartment complex housing Somali refugees in Garden City, Kansas.
The gang known has become President Trump’s symbol of what’s wrong with illegal immigration. The criminal case in Boston is the largest in the country against MS-13.
Attorney General Maura Healey also discusses her recent victories against ExxonMobil and assault-style weapons.
The Supreme Judicial Court stayed the effect of the ruling for 60 days, leaving the ban in place to give legislators time to regulate the ownership of stun guns.
State officials in South Carolina are still piecing together what happened at a deadly prison riot Sunday night at Lee Correctional Institution, a maximum security state prison.