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Mild weather continues through the day before it becomes cold and snowy Wednesday morning.
The Florida Naval Air Station shooting. The upcoming U.K. general election. North Korea says it’s preparing a "Christmas gift" for the U.S. A roundtable of top reporters look ahead to...
Here's what you need to know about soil and groundwater contamination under the future Weymouth natural gas compressor station, and the plans to clean it up.
Smart displays pair all the voice capabilities of a smart speaker with a digital touchscreen — and they're becoming more popular.
"Never tell our business to strangers." That's what Jennifer Mascia was told growing up. But it wasn't until she was an adult that she learned the reason why. Ruth Wilson...
Flash briefings are audio pieces that are usually topical and ephemeral, and almost always short. They range from news to inspirational quotes to finance tips.
The podcast "Underunderstood" looks into a photo that frequently goes viral on Reddit to figure out, once and for all, whether or not it’s a hoax.
"I’ve noticed that there is a strange hierarchy of handholding that dictates who gets to express physical affection without repercussions," Nicole Dennis-Benn writes in this week's Modern Love story. It's...
From car dashboards to smart speakers, radio is edging toward an existential crisis. Project CITRUS wants to help prepare for these tectonic shifts.
It was 56 years ago today when President John F. Kennedy was shot dead in Dallas.
On November 22nd, 1987, two TV stations in Chicago had their broadcast signals hijacked by someone wearing a Max Headroom mask. In the years since, Redditors have played an integral...
Greta Gerwig ("Little Women") reads Julia Anne Miller's essay, about sharing an unusual cab ride in New York City. This is an encore presentation.
We want to introduce you to another podcast we think you might love, called Kind World. It features stories of life-changing acts of kindness. And this week's story features a...
The former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, is testifying on Capitol Hill Friday as part of the House impeachment inquiry. ABC political director Rick Klein and "Washington Journal" host...
Kelly McCreary ("Grey's Anatomy") reads an essay about a chance meeting on a bus that leads to a decades-long relationship.
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Bob Oakes is one of the most well-known and respected news people in New England — the voice Boston wakes up to every morning.
Plus, we ask the choral group about recent criticism on the group's use of Inuit Throat Singing in one of their compositions.
Due to the wet, windy weather that's expected on Thursday night, some towns in Massachusetts and New Hampshire are delaying trick-or-treating to Friday or Saturday.