Channeling March Madness: “You could do a playoff round where it’s almost NCAA brackets,” said Alan Schroeder, author of “Presidential Debates: 40 Years of High-Risk TV” and journalism professor at […]
A handful of dirt from a field has yielded what may be the first of a new family of antibiotics. Early tests suggest this one has the potential to be […]
All eyes were on Ferguson, Missouri this week after the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown, and the subsequent protests and police agitation. Host Melissa Harris-Perry will be talking […]
Buyback programs sometimes only remove “crime guns,” firearms not likely to be used for violence, said Jack McDevitt, a criminal justice expert and associate dean at Northeastern University in Boston. […]
On Sunday’s episode of Melissa Harris Perry, a panel of mothers joined the show to talk about their experiences with parenting across racial lines. As difficult as it is to […]
Nearly 40% of the unemployed have been out of work for 27 weeks or more, and it seems that more and more people are giving up on ever being employed […]
Trying to find a college that best suits your child’s specific interests can be overwhelming, but Kat Cohen of IvyWise is here to help, sharing the best schools for outdoor […]
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VIDEO: Professor Michael Dukakis discusses Mitt Romney’s record as governor on the Rachel Maddow Show
Prosecutors built a better than expected case before resting Thursday in the trial of a former Rutgers University student accused of using a webcam to spy on a gay sexual […]
A new report says the number of Massachusetts residents working part-time jobs has jumped 18 percent in the first eight months of the year, an indication that the economic recovery […]
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