Accountability, Not Justice: Local Reactions to the Guilty Chauvin Verdict
We hear legal and community reactions to the guilty verdict in the murder trial of former Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin for killing George Floyd. Plus, we discuss police accountability and transparency in relation to the latest developments surrounding the Patrick Rose case.
Boston Activists And Community Members Hope Chauvin Guilty Verdict Signals More Justice To Come
As the guilty verdicts against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for the killing of George Floyd came down Tuesday, activists, organizers and politicians in Boston celebrated the step toward...
PHOTOS: Rejoicing, Reactions In Minneapolis, Other Cities After Ex-Officer Chauvin Is Found Guilty
Demonstrators and activists against police brutality took to the streets in Minneapolis and in other U.S. cities to express relief, exaltation and continued calls for justice following the verdict in...
State Lawmakers Propose Expansion of MA's Assault Weapons Ban
We hear from gun control and gun rights advocates on the new proposed legislation.
Another Patriots' Day With No Marathon
For the second year in a row, Boston will not hold its traditional April marathon. What does another marathon-less Monday mean for Patriots' Day in...
New Book Digs Into NH Scholar's Theory That Shakespeare's Work Was Inspired By A Lesser-Known Writer
We speak with investigative journalist Michael Blanding and self-taught Shakespeare scholar Dennis McCarthy.
Dams, Bridges And Paid Sick Leave: What The Mass. Delegation Hopes To Insert In Biden's Infrastructure Plan
The president's $2 trillion infrastructure plan lays out his vision of better transit, broadband and more, but it doesn't yet specify which projects could get funded. Members of Congress from...