“I would think that that’s probably the tip of the iceberg,” said Daniel Medwed. He is a professor at Northeastern University’s School of Law and says misconduct ranges from prosecutors […]
When Massachusetts’ child deaths are ruled homicides, police do a pretty good job of closing cases, records show. According to criminologist James Alan Fox of Northeastern University, state police solve […]
The NWHL’s founder and commissioner is former Northeastern University hockey player Dani Rylan. The key difference between the NWHL and CWHL is the Pride’s league is guaranteeing a $10,000 minimum […]
Three hundred cyclist crossed the Boston Marathon finish line after a grueling four-day ride from Ground Zero in New York. “It’s a fun ride, you meet a ton of people,” said […]
With ISIS drawing teenage recruits despite “theology of rape”; and holding territory against Iraqi troops, is it time for US boots to return to the battlefield? GUEST: Craig Gruber, Northeastern […]
“Over 6 million people would have probably lost their health insurance if the court had ruled the other way,” said Northeastern University’s director of health policy and law Wendy Parmet. Parmet […]
In the wake of suspected terrorist Usaamah Rahim’s death, Craig Gruber of Northeastern University’s Homeland Security program discusses how young people may become radicalized and violent.
A Boston-based startup is using technology to close a key gap in the legal world. JustiServ is run by Michael Gants and his mother, Northeastern University law professor Deborah Ramirez. “JustiServ is […]
A gold van could be a goldmine for Boston-area commuters driving on roads filled with potholes. “It helps us to identify potholes and bumps and depressions and other types of […]
Dr. Thomas Webster of Northeastern University discusses the CDC’s claim that the flu virus has mutated.
As Market Basket business negotiations go on behind closed doors, the drama of the ordeal is playing out on a very public stage. After what seemed like much silence, there came […]
The Ebola crisis is continuing to have an impact on Nigeria, taking the life of a nurse who treated a Liberian American man before he died last month. Five other people […]