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Another round of impeachment hearings in the House Judiciary Committee. We break it all down with top reporters and legal scholars.
Blackjewel committed to pay more than $5 million to miners who went without pay when the company declared bankruptcy in June. We follow up.
A report from the Washington Post chronicles "a secret history" of the war in Afghanistan: "U.S. officials constantly said they were making progress. They were not, and they knew it."
A federal appeals court in Boston will consider whether Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev received a fair trial in the city where the bombs exploded.
A U.S. official says the Saudi student who fatally shot three sailors at Naval Air Station Pensacola had hosted a dinner party earlier in the week to watch videos of...
A federal jury at U.S. District Court in Boston cleared Brandon Ziobrowski, 35, of New York City. He had faced up to five years in prison and a fine of...
A look at the week's big stories.
WBUR's Steve Brown joined Morning Edition host Bob Oakes to report.
Richard Jewell was front page news after suspicion he had planted a bomb at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. A new book and movie unpack his ordeal and innocence.
Boston Public Schools has ended an after-school youth orchestra program called The Roxbury Youth Orchestra. It was led by professional violinist David France.
Tufts University is ending its relationship with the billionaire family that owns OxyContin Purdue Pharma.
Kevin Otto, the owner of now-defunct Atlantic Drain Service, was sentenced Thursday to two years in jail.
Federal authorities say those charged were leaders, members or associates of the gang.
The latest on the impeachment inquiry, with the House Judiciary Committee holding its first hearing as part of the process.
The Boston home where late mobster James "Whitey" Bulger and his gang buried three of their victims may be torn down.
Thirty-six states have laws to prevent local governments from enacting their own firearm regulations.
A second suspect has been convicted in the September 2015 killing of a retired stockbroker from Massachusetts.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot cited an incident in October when Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson was found asleep in his car at a stop sign.
Police say the 60-year-old woman was crossing Day Boulevard near K Street when she was struck. The driver was in a newer, silver or light beige Lincoln Town Car with...
The Supreme Court heard a case challenging New York state gun laws. It's the first time the court has heard a gun control case in a decade.