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How has the pandemic changed your summer vacation plans?
Plus, we hear from a local co-founder of the Lincoln Project, and talk about summer food and travel in the midst of a global pandemic.
We speak with Jennifer Horn, one of the co-founders of the Lincoln Project and a former chair of the New Hampshire GOP.
Will Boston see another death penalty trial for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev?
We take listener calls on the week's stories at the intersection of the pandemic and politics.
Plus we catch up on the latest immigration news.
President Trump does not have the power himself to move the date of the election, which was set by an 1845 federal law.
We hear from a Massachusetts family whose lives were intertwined with Lewis and the fight for social justice.
We catch up on the latest immigration news with WBUR's Shannon Dooling.
Less than a week into its restart, Major League Baseball has already had to temporarily suspend the season for two teams due to a coronavirus outbreak. Radio Boston's Chris Citorik...
We speak with two book lovers about their favorite stories about overcoming adversity.
Thirty years into the Americans With Disabilities Act, we're in the midst of economic upheaval and a global pandemic. Where are we today on disability rights and equality, and what...
Plus: two local opera singers who have staged a performance entirely within the world of Nintendo's Animal Crossing.
How a small Boston-based opera company staged a production of an opera entirely within the world of Animal Crossing.
Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley joins us to talk about taking the baton from her colleague, civil rights leader and Congressman John Lewis.
Plus: Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley joins us to talk about taking the baton from her colleague, civil rights leader and Congressman John Lewis.
There were nearly 500 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in the state over the weekend, and the percentage of positive tests has ticked upward in the last several days after...
Teachers would use the extra two weeks to plan for all the possible scenarios this fall could bring, from a full return to the classroom, to an all-remote learning plan,...
Plus: WBUR's Anthony Brooks on the latest in the Senate race between Senator Ed Markey and Rep. Joe Kennedy.