We hear from Mayor Marty Walsh about the Boston Marathon, the bombing trial, the city’s Olympic bid, diversity in city hall and more.
A look at the fierce competition among elite runners of this year’s Boston Marathon.
We’re joined live, in the studio, by the Boston-based band The Ballroom Thieves, who are about to release their first full-length album.
WBUR’s Bruce Gellerman has been investigating what happened in Watertown and created an audio timeline of the events.
Among the 30,000 runners expected at the Boston Marathon on Monday, about 40 are listed as blind or visually impaired. One of them is 48-year-old Randy Pierce of Nashua, New Hampshire.
Wednesday’s guilty verdict raises new troubling questions for the NFL about violence on and off the field.
What will the EU’s antitrust case against Google mean for Internet users?
We take a tour of the Museum of Fine Arts’ new exhibition of drawings, “Leonardo da Vinci and the Idea of Beauty.”
Wednesday, people across the city are marking the anniversary with acts of service and a moment of silence and the ringing of church bells across the city at 2:49 p.m. to mark when the bombs went off.
On Bolyston Street Wednesday, there’s traffic and people coming and going on a beautiful spring day. Yet, you can’t escape reminders of what happened two years ago, like a team of police officers conducting what looks like a security sweep.
Mike Leeper served as juror number five in the trial of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, the last person to receive a federal death sentence. While confident and proud of his decision, Leeper is still dealing with the effects of serving on the trial.
With the news that Aaron Hernandez has been convicted of first-degree murder, where does that leave the Patriots?
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