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NightSide - Is Narcissism Actually A Good Thing?09/04/15
The word narcissism is almost always used in a negative way. But Dr. Craig Malkin, clinical psychologist and instructor at Harvard Medical School, believes we need to reevaluate the way we think about narcissism. Rather than an all-or-nothing trait,...
NightSide - Brady Vindicated
Judge Richard Berman officially overturned Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four game suspension today, declaring that the process used by the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell was unfair. The ruling means that Brady will be eligible to play for the...
September 3, 2015 Reporters Roundup
The Deflategate decision is in. An in-depth look at the top stories of today with Kendall Buhl in for Rod Fritz.
Legal Expert Calls Tom Brady Decision A 'Spanking' For The...
Federal judge Richard Berman overturned Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's 4-game suspension.
Futures In The Green
Christine Armstrong reports good economic news pushes futures in positive territory.
Keller @ Large: Human Flaws Interfering With Technology
Perhaps one day in the future, spiffy new technology will be created that will overcome human flaws.
NightSide - Time To End Common Core?
The Common Core state standards were intended to help raise the bar and improve our struggling education system across the country. But, despite the fact that most states have adopted the standards, they have not been well received by the public. Some...
NightSide - Is There A War On Police?
There have been a few high profile stories involving police officers who were killed in the line of duty over the last week. This has resulted in a lot of talk about whether or not there is currently a war on police. In fact, a new Rasmussen poll says...
Attorney Says Former Burlington Housing Director Made...
Former Burlington Housing Authority executive director Maureen Lynch appeared in court on charges she misused taxpayer funds.
Woman With Rare Lung Disease To Bike In Cape Cod Race
A 70-year-old Rockland woman afflicted by a rare lung disease is giving her all, riding her bike to find a cure for herself and others.
Keller @ Large: Murder Makes A Comeback
We have a shredded moral fabric problem that no gun control laws or police crackdown can contain.
NightSide - Can The President Move Mountains?
Or, if not move them, rename them? President Obama is getting some push-back after he announced yesterday that Mt. McKinley would return to its original name, Mt. Denali. The state of Alaska has been asking for the change since 1975, but delegates...
NightSide - SJC Says No To Town Restrictions On Where Sex...
A number of cities and towns, both here in Massachusetts and across the country, have passed ordinances restricting where sex offenders can live. Usually setting a certain minimum distance from parks or schools, the ordinances are intended to help...
Pope Francis Calls For Temporary Change To Catholic...
In Boston, parish priests are already allowed to forgive women who undergo abortions.
NightSide - The Fight Against Opioid Addiction!
Massachusetts is facing a serious epidemic, and the death count from opioid overdose continues to skyrocket. Health and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders sits down with Dan to talk about the challenges in fighting this growing problem, and what...
September 1, 2015 Reporters Roundup
Mary Blake fills in for Rod Fritz.
Hanover Mall Exhibit Shows 'Hidden' Opioid Use Warning...
The mock teenage bedroom is designed to educate parents about substance abuse signals.
Bryant University Building Under Construction Collapses; 6...
Workers were installing steel beams on a new indoor practice facility for Bryant University in Smithfield at around 8:15 a.m. when the beams collapsed
Rough Opening For The Dow
Christine Armstrong, in for Dave, reports on what traditionally is a tough month for the stock market.
Keller @ Large: Red Sox, NESN Need To Keep Don Orsillo
Jon likes him better than Dave O’Brien, the talented radio voice who will replace Orsillo if Red Sox and NESN management get their way.
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