Donald Trump Jr. On New Book, Family, Politics And ImpeachmentIn an interview about his new book "Triggered," WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben asked Donald Trump, Jr. about his father's rhetoric and whether it may alienate undecided voters in the 2020 election.
Woburn High School Offers More Classes To Teach Critical Thinking, 'Soft Skills'A recent study by a local education company found a significant number of college-educated people could not tell the difference between real and fake information.
Devin And Jason McCourty Strong Defenders Of Education Funding BillTwo high-profile supporters of the Student Opportunity Act are Devin and Jason McCourty of the New England Patriots.
'I Am More Than This': Art Exhibit Confronts Mental Health ChallengesThey are portraits of adversity and hope, showing people with mental illness, addiction and a wide range of disabilities, but they are all more than their challenges.
Airbnb Co-Founder Donates $1M To Boston Latin AcademyThe co-founder of travel site Airbnb has donated $1 million to Boston Latin Academy.
Running Helps Oncology Nurse Through Cancer BattleDiagnosed with breast cancer five years ago, Colleen Chin credits running with getting her through the harsh treatments she's endured.
Eye On Education: New Roxbury Prep Principal Is 'Living The Legacy'Roxbury Prep's goal is to prepare every student to graduate from college and this year the new principal is a graduate herself.
Sanders On NH Primary Campaign, Impeachment Inquiry Against 'Extremely Corrupt' TrumpWBZ’s Paula Ebben interviewed Sen. Bernie Sanders in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Trump Communications Director Says Impeachment Inquiry Is 'Witch Hunt'In an interview with WBZ-TV, Marc Lotter said the Democrats have made a mistake moving forward with an impeachment inquiry.
Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito On Challenges Facing Massachusetts Education SystemLt. Gov. Karyn Polito spoke with WBZ-TV’s Paula Ebben about how she is taking on the challenges we face with education in Massachusetts.
Brookline Kindergarten Teachers Fight For More Play-Based LearningSchool is back in session, yet a summer debate over the way kindergarten should be taught continues in Brookline.
Andover Students Give Back As School Year BeginsIt was a day to give back at the St. Augustine School, and a way to teach the Golden Rule.
Pet Peeves: Globe Travel Writer On Barefoot Plane PassengersBoston Globe Travel Writer Christopher Muther wrote an article about passengers displaying bare feet on airplanes.
Hull Art Walk Aims To Bring Beauty And Life To The OceanfrontHull's Art Walk project takes a dilapidated pedestrian walkway and brings it to life with nine murals by local artists.
'Cradles To Crayons' Stuffs Thousands Of Backpacks In BostonThe annual Cradles to Crayons backpack-a-thon is making sure thousands of kids in need have the right supplies to be ready for the new school year.