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We opened up the lines to hear how our listeners felt about Amazon’s decision not to locate HQ2 in Boston.
We asked NBC Sports Reporter Trenni Kusnierek if, after Sunday’s loss to the Tennessee Titans, it’s time for Tom Brady to hang up the cleats.
Sue O’Connell, host of NECN’s “The Take,” stopped by the Boston Public Library to give us the details on the controversy surrounding Chick-fil-A’s decision to open a restaurant in Boston.
After the Vatican intervened on a meeting of American bishops in Baltimore and asked them to delay a vote on measures that would hold bishops accountable for failing to protect children from sexual abuse, we opened up the lines to hear how our listeners felt about this.
We sat down with photographer Jess Dugan and sociologist Vanessa Fabbre to discuss their new book “To Survive on This Shore: Photographs and Interviews With Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Older Adults.”
We spoke with CNN’s Chief National Correspondent John King about Nancy Pelosi’s run for speaker of the House again, and what to expect from the 116th Congress.
Harvard historian Nancy Koehn joined us to talk about how the results of World War I are still influencing modern global politics today.
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