Zoe Mathews, WGBH

Zoe Mathews


Boston, MA, United States

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Past articles by Zoe:

Mayor Wu: Boston has become a target for white supremacists and right-wing extremists

"We represent what progress looks like, and how you can pretty quickly incorporate voices from all across our communities and that makes a difference." → Read More

Michelle Wu: Mandating Vaccines For City Workers — And Others — 'Is Urgent'

"The administration needs to catch up" on vaccine mandates, Wu said today on BPR. → Read More

Janey Commissioned A Report Into BPD's Handling Of Patrick Rose. Where Is It?

A review of Boston Police Department's internal affairs policies is complete, but not yet available to the public. → Read More

Rep. Richard Neal Isn't Ready To Commit To Taxing The Rich

President Joe Biden wants to pay for government services through higher tax rates, but the House Ways and Means chair isn't sold. → Read More

Healey: Vaccination Rollout Has Been 'Frustrating,' 'Huge Failure' At Times

Healey called Gov. Baker out for blaming the rollout's problems on limited supply. → Read More

Andrea Campbell Is 'Seriously Considering' Running For Boston Mayor

Campbell would join fellow city councilor Michelle Wu in the race. Incumbent Mayor Marty Walsh has not confirmed whether he's running for reelection. → Read More

AG Maura Healey Calls For Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's Resignation, Moves Forward With USPS Lawsuit

Despite Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's promise to defer changes to the USPS operations until after election season, Healey says she wants to keep the pressure on. → Read More

The Four Seasons Trains Employees To Treat Guests Like Family. Many Of Them Say They Should Extend That Courtesy To Their Staff.

After the Four Seasons laid off nearly half of its staff, prominent guests are questioning their patronage. → Read More

Michael Cutone: Police Can Foster 'Laboratory Of Innovation' To Help Communities

Can a policing strategy adapted from the military be part of a reformists' toolkit? → Read More

As Massachusetts Reopens, Will Boston Reclaim Its Worst Traffic In The Nation Status?

As the city and state moves forward with reopening, will Boston once again be the most congested region in the country? → Read More

Devin Leonard On The Postal Service: 'I'm Optimistic' It Will Be Saved

The US Postal Service is failing financially, and nobody seems to be prioritizing it right now. → Read More

Sy Montgomery On Llama Antibodies, And How They Might Help Fight COVID-19

'Llamas produce a special class of antibodies that are better than human ones,' the naturalist said. → Read More

John King On The Possibility Of Another Stimulus Package

"In short, I think there will be more. When? I think it's going to be a little while." → Read More

Chuck Todd: Is The President Mainstream, Or Is He An 'Outside Agitator?' The Media Still Isn't Sure.

If conspiracy theories are being disseminated from the highest political office, does that make them mainstream? → Read More

Art Caplan: Trump's Defunding Of WHO Is 'Boneheaded'

The World Health Organization is small and imperfect, but it's the world's best bet to monitor the global spread of COVID-19, Caplan said. → Read More

John King Hopes Wisconsin Primary Opens Dialogue About Remote Voting

Voters are waiting in long lines to vote in the presidential primary on Tuesday, as the Governor's push to delay the election in the name of public health was denied. → Read More

Corby Kummer: Ordering Food Delivery Online Won't Protect You From Getting Sick

"Plenty of hands are touching the food that comes to you and the groceries that come to you," from online orders, food writer Corby Kummer says. → Read More

AG Maura Healey Wins Facebook Faceoff Over Subpoenaed Data

A judge has ordered Facebook to turn over data requested from the attorney general regarding the social media company's use of consumer information. → Read More

Healey Accuses 8 Online E-Cig Retailers Of Selling Banned Products In Mass.

Healey is suing eight out-of-state online retailers for allegedly selling flavored tobacco products in the wake of new Massachusetts law. → Read More

Baker: The Idea The State Is Not Investing In Public Transit 'Just Isn’t True'

Gov. Charlie Baker stands by his transit plans, he said Thursday. → Read More