Host Emily Rooney and guests examine the news of the day, offering in-depth analysis and local perspectives. Greater Boston airs weeknights at 7pm on WGBH 2 and online. Watch segments anytime at WGBHnews.org.:
Obamacare consultant Jonathan Gruber appeared on Greater Boston this week to talk about his recent controversial comments caught on tape. But Rush Limbaugh didn't think Emily Rooney was tough enough on him.
This week, we're taking on ourselves. Radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh doesn’t think Emily Rooney was tough enough on Obamacare Architect Jonathon Gruber, who was caught on tape calling the American people stupid.
Massachusetts doctor Richard Sacra shares his story of surviving Ebola and weighs in on the controversial efforts to keep the disease from spreading outside West Africa.
Talking politics: Republican candidate for governor of Massachusetts, Charlie Baker, has made inroads with the state's black population, and it's neck and neck in New Hampshire's senate race between Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and her Republican challenger, Scott Brown.
Katharine Graham, left, publisher of The Washington Post, and Ben Bradlee, executive editor of The Washington Post, leave U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., on June 21, 1971. The newspaper got the go-ahead to print Pentagon papers on Vietnam.
"Black Prophetic Fire": Provocative political activist Cornel West on the state of Black America in the era of Obama.
Emily Rooney sits down with Aerosmith lead guitarist Joe Perry for an extended interview about his Boston roots, his creative process, and his turbulent relationship with flamboyant frontman, Steven Tyler.
Tune in to Greater Boston next week for Emily Rooney's one-on-one interview with Aerosmith lead guitarist Joe Perry. You can see him yourself this weekend at The Paper Store in Framingham, where he’ll sign copies of his new memoir.