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Retired federal judge Nancy Gertner joins us to discuss two Supreme Court decisions.
A Massachusetts woman who lived in a home where authorities found the remains of three dead babies has been cleared of second-degree murder.
The court ruled Thursday that a 40-foot cross — a World War I monument — can remain on public land in Bladensburg, Maryland.
Whether or not you agree that the detention centers are concentration camps, a terrible ground reality remains: We are torturing humans inside them, writes Miles Howard.
Broken bathrooms. Expired food. Severe overcrowding. We look at conditions at U.S. detention centers.
Dominican officials say the shooting was orchestrated by a member of Mexico's Gulf Cartel, who remains on the run. They said the intended target was a man sitting at the...
Professors say law students have shown increased interest in immigration law. Across the U.S., law schools are responding by creating or expanding immigrants' rights programs.
The Supreme Court upholds the rule that allows states and the federal government to prosecute for the same crime. That could blunt President Trump's pardon powers.
Darrell Jones spent 32 years of a life sentence in Massachusetts prisons for the 1985 murder of Guillermo Rodriguez, a crime Jones has always maintained he did not commit.
Curtatone says reporter Kirk Minihane violated wiretapping laws when Minihane pretended to be a Boston Globe reporter and recorded a 20-minute interview.
More than 1,600 lawsuits filed by cities, counties and Native American tribes have been bundled together in a single case to be heard in October.
A hearing is set to begin Tuesday for the the Massachusetts teen charged with murder.
One man died at the scene and the other died at a hospital, a Boston police officer said.
WBUR's Nancy Gertner breaks down the four decisions released today, and look ahead to the other major cases that are still pending.
Police say a 16-year-old boy has been arrested and charged with "assault to murder" in the stabbing of another juvenile at a home in Whitman Sunday night.
Activists and survivors of solitary confinement are on a hunger strike to try to convince New York state lawmakers to end long-term solitary confinement.
One victim was taken to the hospital where he later died.
Students at the school aren't just learning about Islam, but also how to defend their faith from misconceptions.
Biden and Trump trade barbs in Iowa. Federal watchdog seeks Kellyane Conway's firing. Sarah Sanders to leave the White House. Trump says he'd taken foreign campaign help.
"Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile" is the new Netflix movie about charismatic serial killer Ted Bundy. We speak with director Joe Berlinger.