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Lawrence’s ‘Uncommon Threads’ Is On A Mission Beyond Clothes
Second-hand shops are a favorite for many, offering designer goods at a fraction of the original cost. But as Liz Neisloss reports, some shops, like one in Lawrence, are going far beyond fashion. 28 Jan 2020, 23:55
3 hours 3:39
IMHO: The Cost Of Climate Change
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on how Sec. Steven Mnuchin’s feigned ignorance about climate change is costing all of us. 28 Jan 2020, 23:53
3 hours 8:26
Babson College Employee Fired For Social Media Post Warns Of Chilling Effect On College Campuses
After local Babson College employee Asheen Phansey posted a satirical joke on his personal Facebook page in response to a tweet from President Trump about bombing Iran, the post was published by the | 28 Jan 2020, 23:47
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District Attorney Rachael Rollins On SJC Siding With Her Handling Of Immigrant Case
The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts ruled Tuesday in favor of Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins, saying she had not misstepped in her move to dismiss a 2011 theft charge | 28 Jan 2020, 23:34
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Gretchen Carlson & Sen. Diana DiZoglio On Working To Ban NDAs In Sexual Harassment Cases
Although former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson’s sexual harassment suit against her previous employer started the avalanche that ended the career of serial offender Roger Ailes, she still cannot | 27 Jan 2020, 23:41
1 day 11:18
Nicholas Kristof & Sheryl WuDunn On The Many Americans Walking On A ‘Tightrope’
In their new book, ‘Tightrope: Americans Reaching For Hope,’ journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn write about the systemic causes of poverty and inequality plaguing working-class Americans | 27 Jan 2020, 23:36
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IMHO: Pompeo Vs. The Press
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on Sec. Pompeo lashing out against an NPR reporter. 27 Jan 2020, 23:35
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Rants & Raves: 01/24/20
The panel reviews this week in media. 24 Jan 2020, 23:16
4 days 5:12
Journalism Debate: Can Reporters Vote?
An old debate within media circles was reopened this week when Kelly McBride of the Poynter Institute posed the question about whether journalists should vote. 24 Jan 2020, 23:14
4 days 5:12
Did The Saudi Crown Prince Hack Jeff Bezos’ Phone?
Last year’s exposé of the billionaire’s affair and leaked intimate photos was news again this week when a United Nations report backed up allegations that the Saudi Crown Prince had hacked Bezos’ | 24 Jan 2020, 23:09
4 days 5:47
A New Kind Of NYT Election Endorsement
The New York Times editorial page broke with precedent this week by endorsing not one, but two candidates for the Democratic presidential ticket — and packaging it all in a slick TV show. 24 Jan 2020, 23:04
4 days 5:20
Impeachment Trial Presents A Dilemma For Networks
Television networks reached different conclusions this week about how much of the Senate impeachment trial they should carry, and how much public appetite there is to watch the proceedings live. 24 Jan 2020, 23:02
5 days 9:14
Steve Inskeep On The Forgotten History Of John Fremont, The Original Celebrity Politician I
In his new book, NPR Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep tells the story of a celebrity politician who rose to power in a time of deep-seated racial divisions, growing anti-immigrant fervor, and | 24 Jan 2020, 0:06
5 days 3:03
IMHO: Impeachment Oddities
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on the strange precedents and rules of the Senate, including the large number of glasses of milk that lawmakers have been spotted with this week. 24 Jan 2020, 0:03
5 days 14:39
Democrats Make The Case For President Trump’s Abuse Of Power In Second Day Of Arguments
With the Senate impeachment rules punting for now the question of whether to bring any new witnesses, Democrats had to move ahead this week with their argument based on testimony from the House | 24 Jan 2020, 0:00
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IMHO: Make School Lunch Great Again
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on the Trump administration’s latest efforts to give kids starchy, salty, fatty meals. 23 Jan 2020, 0:02
6 days 3:39
This New Hampshire College Town Went For Bernie In 2016. Will It Again?
Four years ago, Secretary Clinton cruised to victory over Donald Trump in the college town of Hanover, New Hampshire — but only after first losing to primary challenger Bernie Sanders by a wide | 22 Jan 2020, 23:57
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Calls for MIT President To Resign Intensify Following Report On Epstein Money
It’s been more than five months since Jeffrey Epstein died in a New York jail cell, where he was awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges, but several major institutions are still grappling today | 22 Jan 2020, 23:55
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Former Governor And 2020 Candidate Deval Patrick Calls On Democrats To “Take The Long View”
The presidential candidate and former Massachusetts governor sat down with 'Greater Boston' to discuss his optimism about the upcoming New Hampshire primary, his views on the impacts of the Trump | 22 Jan 2020, 23:45
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Color of Public Money
Discussion with investigative reporters from WGBH News about their ongoing series about Massachusetts' failure to include minority-owned businesses in lucrative public contracts. 22 Jan 2020, 17:46
7 days 11:05
First-In-The-Nation New Hampshire Voters Split Ahead Of Primary
With three weeks to go until the New Hampshire primary, the front-runners are neck and neck and, as Adam Reilly found out, opinions on how the Democrats will best stack up against Trump are varied. 22 Jan 2020, 0:15
7 days 11:54
As Impeachment Trial Gets Underway, A Fierce Debate About The Rules
The Senate impeachment trial kicked off Tuesday with a fierce debate over the rules that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell put forth for the proceedings. 21 Jan 2020, 23:58
7 days 3:17
Imho: Era in The Usa
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on why it’s past time for an Equal Rights Amendment. 21 Jan 2020, 23:48
7 days 3:07
A Close Race In New Hampshire As Democratic Primary Nears
With three weeks to go until the New Hampshire primary, the front-runners are neck-and-neck and, as Adam Reilly found out, opinions on how the Democrats will best stack up against Trump are varied. 21 Jan 2020, 23:32
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6 Minutes On Politics, History, And Women With Gail Collins
WGBH News Digital Managing Editor Laura Colarusso talks with author and journalist Gail Collins about her new book, "No Stopping Us Now: The Adventures of Older Women in American History," and | 21 Jan 2020, 19:37
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Rants & Raves: 01/17/20
The panel reviews this week in media. 17 Jan 2020, 23:48
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Harvard’s Lawrence Lessig Sues NYT, Claiming Defamation
Lessig claims the paper used a headline that did not accurately reflect his position on MIT accepting donations from convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. 17 Jan 2020, 23:40
11 days 5:49
Did CNN Ask Loaded Questions At The Democratic Debate?
CNN debate moderators were panned this week for their framing of questions at the Democratic presidential debate — particularly one inquiry that accepted Senator Elizabeth Warren’s version of events | 17 Jan 2020, 23:35
11 days 4:57
Massive Layoffs At iHeart Media
When iHeart Media acquired several Boston radio stations in 2017, it was known that the company would need to make massive cuts at some point to deal with its multi-billion dollar debt. 17 Jan 2020, 23:27
11 days 6:46
Why Did The MLB Scandal Catch The Media Off-Guard?
The sign-stealing scandal that embroiled the Red Sox this week appeared to explode out of nowhere with the departure of manager Alex Cora, but there were hints that something was brewing as far back | 17 Jan 2020, 23:20
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