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A closer look at Attorney General William Barr. He opposes the inspector general, but is absolute in his support for the president.
Once this markup process is complete, the Judiciary Committee must then vote on whether to refer the articles to the full House of Representatives for a vote.
Comptroller Andrew Maylor has temporarily backed off his threat to unilaterally sweep more than a $1 billion in surplus revenues from last year into the state's "rainy day" account.
The changes come amid revelations that Boston police have been closely coordinating with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for years despite the 5-year-old Trust Act.
The Massachusetts Public Health Council voted today to rescind Gov. Charlie Baker's emergency ban on vaping sales, and to approve a number of regulations on vaping in the state.
We hear from Anthony Brooks, WBUR's senior political reporter, on a new WBUR poll that finds Pete Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend, Indiana, and former Vice President Joe Biden leading...
After a three-day recount, the Boston Election Aommission announced Monday that Julia Mejia was the winner of the fourth and final at-large seat on the Boston City Council by one...
Legislative leaders have been mum about what is keeping them from agreeing on a bill to close the books on the fiscal year that ended almost six months ago, but...
Kansas City, Missouri, is moving forward with a plan to become the largest city in the U.S. to eliminate bus fares.
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A MassINC poll found that a majority of registered voters in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Virginia strongly or somewhat support their state's participation in the...
Tsarnaev's attorneys focused their appeal on where the trial was held, issues with the jury and evidence about the alleged previous crimes of older brother and co-conspirator Tamerlan Tsarnaev.
Snow this morning will end and it will turn colder and dry overnight.
A few themes are emerging from listening tours with Boston School Superintendent Brenda Casselius: equity and opportunity. Cassellius said the community sessions will help her make her strategic plan due...
Voters were divided on whether Trump did anything wrong in his dealings with Ukraine. Only 19% of Republicans said Trump did something wrong, compared to 80% of Democrats.
But the new WBUR poll suggests the first-in-the-nation primary race continues to be highly unsettled.
If Sarah Pitlyk had her way, writes Cloe Axelson, I wouldn't have been able to bear children, and neither would thousands of other women who struggle with infertility.
On October 19, 1974, two gunmen shot six people at my local bakery, writes Sandra A. Miller. It has haunted me for decades.
Uber’s own safety report reveals nearly 6,000 cases of sexual assault in two years. We look at the gig economy’s sexual assault problem and how to fix it.
A Boston jury found 33-year-old Bampumim Teixeira guilty Tuesday in the May 2017 stabbing deaths of Dr. Richard Field and Dr. Lina Bolanos.