After a second Boston University men's ice hockey player was charged with sexual assault, this week Boston University President Robert Brown announced an investigation into the culture of the team.
Meanwhile, a participant in a 2010 Mattapan robbery that left four dead, including a 2-year-old boy, took the witness stand to testify against the two men charged in the shooting. Kimani Washington agreed to testify against co-defendants Edward Washington and Dwayne Moore in exchange for a plea deal.
Plus, the return of former speaker Sal DiMasi — now known as inmate number 27371-038 — cast a shadow over Beacon Hill.
And Senator Scott Brown and Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren took to the media to air their differences over contraception and religion.
Radio Boston discusses the week's top news stories.
- Joan Vennochi, columnist, Rhe Boston Globe.
- Peter Gelzinis, columnist, the Boston Herald.
This segment aired on February 24, 2012.