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Healey launched an investigation in March 2018 following revelations that data mining firm Cambridge Analytica used ill-gotten data from millions of Facebook users through an app, then used the data...
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Bryan Stevenson says "Just Mercy" is a call to action for people to address the racial and economic inequities that undergird the criminal justice system.
The media’s coverage of Hollywood and lessons from press coverage of Harvey Weinstein.
The show's three highest-earning competitors returned Tuesday night for their first match in an intense battle for trivia supremacy.
Following a Golden Globes award show mired in politics, we ask listeners: is it possible to escape politics?
The television show "Schitt's Creek" begins its sixth and final season tonight on POP TV.
The new year dawns with more great TV shows.
British comedian Ricky Gervais will host the 77th Golden Globe Awards this Sunday.
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Boston Globe film critic Ty Burr shares his picks for best films of 2019 and the 2010s.
The pastry chef undertakes the often Sisyphean task of recreating popular snack foods, a struggle that threatens to destroy her every time.
Between the Central Park Five, the Chernobyl disaster and R. Kelly's alleged sexual abuses, television took to task the stories that should not be forgotten.
Broadcasters in Canada edited out President Trump's cameo out of the movie "Home Alone 2: Lost In New York."
Cinematographer Roger Deakins and editor Lee Smith discuss their work in the new film "1917."
A special hour of Radio Boston, revisiting our favorite conversations about TV from 2019.
"Little Women" filmmakers made sure the details were "period-perfect."
It's been a defining decade for Hollywood.
From each of our sections, shows and podcasts, here are the stories WBUR's audience listened to, read and engaged with the most this year.
We discuss how social media users are reacting to actor Kumail Nanjiani's physical transformation.