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Court documents filed in Boston federal court reveal the inner workings of Harvard University's admissions process.
Trump addressed immigration policy, tariffs, Thursday's FBI inspector general's report and more.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson talks with the school's dean of admissions about why it made the move, and whether other top-tier universities might do the same.
China announced retaliatory levies on American products shortly after the White House confirmed it would go ahead with a 25 percent tariff on high-tech Chinese imports.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks about how these stories and others are capturing attention this week on social media with Femi Oke of Al Jazeera English.
NPR's Ruth Sherlock was able to cross inside a rebel-held area so isolated from the rest of Syria that it feels like a different country.
NBC senior politics editor Beth Fouhy and NPR White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe join Here & Now's Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson to discuss.
Parishioners at two of Dorchester’s remaining Catholic churches met this week to begin a summer-long examination of worsening financial problems that could result in more cost-cutting measures and even potential...
As many as 20 employees of Whittier Street Health Center in Roxbury were fired Thursday, according to a major state health care workers union that characterized the downsizing as retribution...
Small private colleges are often largely dependent on tuition. But a few in Greater Boston are diversifying their revenue streams to make sure they avoid the same fate as Mount...
Friday will stay cool, but this weekend looks great for the beach.
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Edwin Sumpter's story touches nerves about race and the legacy of public spaces around Boston. It shows us how collective memory is passed down through generations, about our perceptions of...
Comey and the Clinton email report. Implied verification and North Korea. The Supreme Court and voter registration. The news roundtable weighs in.
The World Cup kicks off in Russia. The U.S. team didn’t make the cut but there are plenty of teams to watch and politics to unpack.
State Sen. Kathleen O'Connor Ives said she is hopeful the state's attorney general will investigate several aspects of the moves of the trustees of the small private school before its...
None of the 50-plus license applications from 28 businesses were presented for approval to the board regulating the state's new legal cannabis industry on Thursday.
We review the major headlines and takeaways from the inspector general's report.
Here & Now's Robin Young hears reaction to President Trump's remarks in the wake of his summit with Kim Jong Un from Jane Harman, director of the Wilson Center.