WBUR interviewing Adil Najam, Pardee School of Global Studies/ College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “U.K. authorities have identified two suspects in the London terrorist attack that killed seven people over the weekend: Khuram Shazad Butt and Rachid Redouane…” Listen to full interview.
WBUR Cognoscenti by Sandro Galea, School of Public Health “On December 12, 2015, in Paris, representatives from 196 countries agreed to tackle the growing threat of climate change…” View full article.
WBUR interviewing Leonid Reyzin, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “When casino owners started tracking a Russian gang that was beating slot machines around the world, the owners learned a lot about their own machines and the nature of random numbers…” Expert quote: “OK. Good. Let’s go back to basics. Why does a […]
WBUR quoting Sarah Sherman-Stokes, School of Law “Under President Trump, officials with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) are casting a broader net when it comes to who they’re prioritizing for arrest…” Expert quote: “This administration is carrying out the mass deportation agenda that it promised on the campaign trail.” View full article.
WBUR Cognoscenti by John W. Mackey, College of General Studies “In an interview earlier this month with NPR’s Morning Edition, former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales expressed confidence that America’s institutions are capable of effectively handling the scandals now surrounding the Trump administration…” View full article.
WBUR interviewing Tom Whalen, College of General Studies “A great point of pride for the town of Brookline is that it is the place where the 35th president of the United States was born…” Expert quote: “He was something of a bully.” View full article.
WBUR interviewing Jessica Stern, Pardee School of Global Studies/ College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “Authorities in the U.K. are beginning to put the pieces together in the aftermath of a deadly attack at a concert in Manchester, England…” View full interview.
WBUR BU research referenced “The argument for replacing humans with machines is often that it will make companies more efficient — that it will mean more for less at the industry level which in turn, will be passed onto consumers…” View full article.
WBUR Cognoscenti by Sandro Galea, School of Public Health “Last Thursday, congressional Republicans voted to pass the American Health Care Act, the first step in fulfilling their pledge to “repeal and replace” former President Obama’s health care law, the Affordable Care Act…” View full article.
WBUR interviewing Linda Sprague Martinez, School of Social Work “Real estate racism doesn’t have to officially exist, like back in the bad old days of redlining, in order to still exist…” Listen to full interview.