The opioid crisis is a tragedy with some unlikely side effects. In this case, one of those side effects is uniting Democrats from Massachusetts with Republicans from the Midwest.
Generating little attention this year is the election for U.S. senator in Massachusetts. Democratic incumbent Ed Markey faces former Hopkinton selectman, Republican Brian Herr.
About twice as many voters view Warren as more effective than Markey in a UMass poll released Thursday.
Last week the Senate blocked a bill that would have stripped senior military commanders of their authority to prosecute rapes and other serious offenses in the ranks. Another bill dealing with some of the same issues is slated to come up for a vote Monday and Massachusetts U.S. Senator Ed Markey says he’ll support it.
U.S Senator Ed Markey appeared in Holyoke alongside other public officials, law enforcement, and health care providers to discuss what he calls an opiate “overdose epidemic.”
Massachusetts U.S. Sen. Ed Markey picked up a Republican challenger Wednesday. Brian Herr is a Select Board member from Hopkinton. Markey was just elected to […]
Massachusetts U.S. Sen. Ed Markey delivered his first speech to the Senate Wednesday.
The U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted Wednesday to give President Obama the authority to use military force against Syria.
President Barack Obama arrived in Boston Wednesday to headline a campaign rally for Democrat Ed Markey, hoping to give him a boost over Republican Gabriel Gomez in the state’s special election for
Massachusetts Democratic U.S Senate candidates Congressmen Stephen Lynch and Ed Markey squared off in another heated debate last night — their second in as many days, this time in Springfield.
Newly-elected U-S Senator Elizabeth Warren opened a western Massachusetts office Tuesday in downtown Springfield. Warren says the office will be her link to the region.