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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.
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...
House Democrats will also begin amending impeachment articles on Wednesday night.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has given President Trump an end of the year deadline to make concessions in denuclearization talks.
Kansas City, Missouri, is moving forward with a plan to become the largest city in the U.S. to eliminate bus fares.
The executive order would recognize Judaism as a nationality or a race.
The newspaper published documents that reveal the U.S. government lied to the American people about the war in Afghanistan.
We discuss the politics of impeachment and the Inspector General's report on the origins of the Russia investigation.
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.
Harvard Kennedy School Professor and former NATO Ambassador Nicholas Burns is one of the report's subjects, and joined us to share his reflections.
House Democrats have unveiled articles of impeachment against President Trump.
Historian Julian Zelizer joins us to talk about this moment in the country's history and how it compares to past impeachments.