A piece of landing gear believed to be from one of the planes destroyed in the Sept. 11 attacks has been discovered wedged between a New York City mosque and another building.
The man accused of plotting to attack the Pentagon and the US Capitol was previously asked to leave every mosque in the city of Boston, according to a leader at the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center.
The superintendent of schools in Wellesley is apologizing to parents of a sixth grade social studies class who were videotaped taking part in a prayer service at the Islamic Society of Boston’s mosque.
Controversy over a class field trip to a mosque; Tufts named as the most dangerous university. Details on these and more top morning stories on WBZ.
No plans by a Florida pastor to burn a copy of the Quran, maybe. Details on this and more top morning stories on WBZ.
People of all faiths will be taking part in a rally outsie the statehouse in support of religious freedom for all and respect for all religious traditions. One of the organizers is the Reverend Nancy […]
WBZ’s Ed Walsh talks with New York Post State Editor Fred Dicker about the latest in the Ground Zero mosque controversy.
The Suffolk DA talks jail policy, and President Obama stands his ground on the mosque debate.
WBZ’S Deb Lawler talked with Jeffrey Birnbaum of the Washington Post, about President Obama and the NYC mosque debate.
Independent candidate for Governor Tim Cahill explains his opposition to a mosque in lower Manhattan.