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The governor's office says a state audit slamming the Department of Children and Families is too harsh.
It was the week when Republicans won on policy and Democrats lost on members, writes Tom Keane.
The tax bill is "going to give a lot of money to people who already have a lot of money" says Jim Tankersley.
The measure would let gun owners with a state-issued concealed-carry permit carry a handgun in any state that allows concealed weapons.
We go to Alabama for the homestretch of the Roy Moore-Doug Jones showdown for the Senate.
An executive editor of Time said in an interview on NPR’s On Point Thursday that President Trump was not on the verge of becoming the Person of the Year, despite...
Minnesota Senator Al Franken announces he will resign following pressure from thirty-two democratic senators amid six women's accusations of sexual misconduct.
Patrick and a few other high-profile African-Americans will campaign ahead of Tuesday's closely watched special U.S. Senate election.
The Democrats had an opportunity to reverse America’s tradition of letting powerful men get away with abusing women, and they blew it, writes Miles Howard.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's trip to Europe this week has been overshadowed by questions about his job security.
Here & Now's Robin Young checks in with Elizabeth Dunbar, reporter at Minnesota Public Radio who's been covering the Franken sexual misconduct allegations.
Over a two-year period, the Department of Children and Families was not aware of 260 incidents that involved apparent serious bodily injury to children in its care, the audit found.
Here & Now's Robin Young discusses Franken announcing his resignation from the Senate on Thursday with NPR's Jessica Taylor.
The college in Amherst, Mass., apologized to Antonia Okafor and insisted a clerical error -- not her policy views -- prompted the cancellation.
Clashes broke out between Israeli soldiers and Palestinians during protests following President Trump's decision Wednesday to recognize the city as Israel's capital.
Our show Wednesday on the Masterpiece Cakeshop case at the Supreme Court drew a huge number of comments from our listeners on the issue that will affect gay rights and...
Former Vice President Joe Biden will swear in Marty Walsh for the mayor's second term.
Trump is not going to move the U.S. embassy during his term. His announcement is a reckless attempt, writes Susan E. Reed, to gain attention and respect.
Their chamber seemingly adrift, Mass. state senators were in constant contact with each other in the days leading up to Monday night's dramatic vote to elect Harriette Chandler as acting...
Personal safety motivated one of the Russia doping whistleblowers, according to the man who wrote the report.