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One of the new policies involves striking deals in Libya to stop migrants from reaching Italy.
Average weekday ridership on the New York City subway fell slightly last year for the first time since 2009, and has also been declining this year.
“Children should never, ever die during sedation for a dental procedure," an author in the journal Pediatrics writes. And yet, this isn’t an isolated case.
Julia Stiles ("Riviera") tells the story of a woman who has a perfect New York City apartment ... and a crush on her roommate.
After narrowly voting to become a city, Framingham selected its first mayor and city council. The mayor is a relative newcomer to politics, whose job is to bring together a...
Maine has become the first state to expand Medicaid through a voter referendum. It's a strategy activists in several other states across the country are hoping to employ in coming...
WBUR's Morning Edition broadcast
Ahead of Boston's mayoral election on Tuesday, incumbent Marty Walsh joined us for an interview.
Do we have to accept life with soft target attacks?
This is the time of year you want to bring your houseplants inside in order to save them through the harsh winter.
Trenni Kusnierek, sports reporter & anchor for NBC Sports Boston, joins host Chris Gasper to preview the upcoming Patriots game against the Chargers and react to Kyrie Irving and Al...
Boston is banking on the city's talent, education and history to lure Amazon to town.
Kimberly Hébert Gregory ("Kevin (Probably) Saves the World," "Vice Principals") reads an essay about an attempt at dirty talk gone awry.
In the aftermath of the hurricanes that devastated South Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, many people reach for their checkbooks to donate money to aid organizations.
Condos and apartment buildings are going up in cities across the country to meet housing demands. But many of these buildings look like simple, plain boxes.
Here & Now's Robin Young gets a briefing on international news stories you might have missed this week from NPR's Will Dobson.
Ann Dowd ("The Handmaid's Tale") reads Diane Daniel's essay about a woman coming to terms with her spouse's gender transition.
WBUR has installed a new antenna, expanding its radio reach by 400,000 listeners.
"On Point Live" takes place at historic Faneuil Hall in Boston at 7:30 p.m. this Friday.