Brookline citizens push ban on secret settlements as town pledges data...

After a stream of revelations of secret harassment and discrimination settlements, the town of Brookline has decided it will annually release information about settlements...

After 38 years in prison, the shackles are gone but the...

This is Part 2 of a two-part series. Read Part 1 here. For nearly 38 years, every time Fred Clay left prison for a court hearing,...

Interview: Chris Burrell and the Fred Clay case

From The Takeaway, a public radio production from PRI and WNYC: In August last year, Frederick Clay was released after serving 38 years in prison...

Wrongfully jailed for 38 years, Fred Clay rebuilds his life in...

Hypnosis helped send Fred Clay to prison almost 40 years ago when police used the now-discredited technique to sharpen the fuzzy memory of a...

Police investigating alleged overtime scam at Boston Public Library

Custodians at the Boston Public Library have routinely been paid for overtime hours they did not work, according to a library janitor who said...

For too many people, the ‘recovery’ never happened

Frances Louis unlawfully walked into an unlocked vacant townhouse in Roxbury in 2009 claiming that the new owners owed her a moral debt to...

Aging and dying in prison

A Massachusetts state prison is expanding the graveyard where it buries inmates who die in custody, one consequence of the state's huge increase in...

Retirees Struggle to Locate Billions in Lost Pensions

By Liam Knox And Lucas Smolcic Larson Deborah Imondi knows pensions. The 66-year-old retiree from Johnston, Rhode Island, managed a large corporate pension fund for...

For WWI centennial, city Of Malden adds African Americans and women...

By Lucas Smolcic Larson For the first time in 100 years, the city of Malden will publicly honor local women and African-American World War I...