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We bring you special live coverage of Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker's 2021 State of the Commonwealth address.
Plus, Tom Brady might have left the Patriots, but he's still headed to the Super Bowl. What gives?
We talk about this microcosm of environmental justice with WBUR's Miriam Wasser and Roseann Bongiovanni, executive director of the environmental nonprofit Greenroots Chelsea.
With so many mixed messaged around new coronavirus variants and the vaccine, are things getting better or worse? We ask two local doctors.
With former New England Patriot Tom Brady headed to his 10th Super Bowl, and former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling teetering on the edge of the Baseball Hall of Fame,...
We get the latest from WBUR senior State House reporter Steve Brown and WBUR Commonhealth editor Carey Goldberg.
We talk with Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and advisor to seven presidents, including President Joe Biden.
We discuss with Jennifer Horn, the former chair of the New Hampshire GOP and a co-founder of the Lincoln Project, and WBUR's Anthony Brooks.
We ask Dr. Fauci about the vaccine rollout in Massachusetts and nationally, President Biden's plan to distribute 100 million doses in 100 days, and what his biggest concerns are right...
We take listener calls on the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, Governor Baker's decision to start rolling back COVID restrictions, and the state's vaccine rollout.
We catch up with Rep. Ayanna Pressley, who represents Massachusetts' 7th District.
Our Week In Review panelists talk about the new administration in Washington, COVID numbers ticking down in Massachusetts, and Phase 1 of the vaccine rollouts fully underway.
We hear from two voices on the ground in Chelsea, a community disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus.
We get the latest from WBUR's Shannon Dooling, and check in with two local DACA recipients.
Plus, we hear from individuals affected by President Biden's executive order dealing with the DACA program.
We get the latest from WBUR's Zeninjor Enwemeka, and analysis from former Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation Jim Aloisi.
Plus, we check in with Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine Clark.
Massachusetts Rep. Katherine Clark shares her thoughts on the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
In the waning hours of the Trump administration, we speak with Yale Professor Jason Stanley, the author of "How Propaganda Works" and "How Fascism Works."
U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling talks with us about people from Massachusetts arrested in connection with the Capitol riots.