It was supposed to close 22 years ago. Now an aging waste incinerator landfill north of Boston has been given the go-ahead to add a half million tons of fly ash and bottom ash to its collection of materials — and local residents and community leaders are not happy about it.
Bren Bataclan is a Filipino American artist who first came to the US when he was 12 years old. Now, he's a professional artist who shares his immigrant experience through his paintings. He's also gives his paintings away to make people smile.
Men’s Ice Hockey at this year’s Winter Olympics is going to look pretty different — gone are the stars. For the first time in 20 years, the NHL won’t be going on hiatus and allowing its players to represent their nations. And that has Team USA, as well as Team Canada and others, sending line-ups of largely unknowns.
The images and tales of 9/11 are absorbed into mainstream culture. Jeff Melnick, professor of American studies at Babson College has studied the process. He put some of those thoughts into a book, called 9-11 Culture. He speaks with anchor Marco Werman.
Anchor Marco Werman talks with Erica Hirshler, a Senior Curator at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston about the Parisian background of painter John Singer Sargent's 1882 masterpiece ï¿½The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit.ï¿½
A man has been charged with terrorism-related offenses that include plotting to kill people in an American shopping mall. Tarek Mehanna was charged with conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. Matthew Bell reports.
A new opera will premiere in Boston on Friday. It's based on the ancient Chinese legend that has never been brought to a Western audience. Sung in English with projected English and Chinese titles. The World's Adeline Sire has more.
The federal government is allowing undocumented Haitians to apply for temporary protected status. It will allow them to get jobs and come out of the shadows. The World's Katy Clark recently met some Haitians in the Boston area who were applying for TPS.