The woolly mammoth last roamed the earth more than three thousand years ago. But what if they returned now? That’s the idea behind best-selling author Ben Mezrich’s latest book, “Woolly: The True Story of the De-Extinction of One of History’s Most Iconic Creatures.” Based on the true story of legendary Harvard geneticist George Church, the book chronicles the scientific effort to resurrect this distant relative of the modern-day elephant – in an attempt to battle climate change. Jim Braude sat down with Mezrich and Church to discuss.
Bill ChappellSeptember 17, 2018 11:59 AM
'Travel Not Advised' In Large Swath Of North Carolina As Rivers Continue To FloodAbout 1,100 of the state's roads are closed on Monday, including parts of I-95 and I-40. President Trump has issued disaster declarations for both North and South Carolina.
Shannon Van SantSeptember 16, 2018 05:37 PM
With "Angry Waters" Rising, Officials Warn Of Risk To Life From FlorenceFlorence was downgraded to a tropical depression on Sunday, but officials say the storm has never been more dangerous for residents than it is right now. At least 14 have already died.
Under The Radar StaffSeptember 14, 2018 05:25 PM
Local News: Jon Santiago, A Safer Solution For Morton-Gallivan and Sen. Warren on MarijuanaCallie sits down with local reporters Jennifer Smith, Gin Dumcius, and Seth Daniel to discuss the latest Greater Boston news you might have missed.
Anya KamenetzSeptember 4, 2018 06:00 AM
10 Education Stories You May Have Missed This SummerThe school shootings that weren't; a student loan watchdog quits; the number of chronically absent students is on the rise; and the top high school play and musical.