In our end-of-week round-up, our panel chats about Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Amtrak and Tom Brady’s battle with the NFL.
It happens every election season. Reporters try to parse ambiguous language coming from politicians.
Between Patrick administration officials searching for jobs and Governor-elect Charlie Baker’s hunt for talent to join him in the executive branch, the coffee shops and restaurants of Beacon Hill are humming with human resources activity.
The liberal activist group MoveOn.org is polling its members on whether to spend a million dollars to convince Massachusetts U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren to run for president.
Members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation are weighing in on US air strikes in Northern Iraq. While the White House is billing these as humanitarian operations, lawmakers are concerned they could lead to increased military action.
Massachusetts U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren would not directly say whether she supports a plan to house migrant children from Central America at Westover Air Reserve base in Chicopee.
About twice as many voters view Warren as more effective than Markey in a UMass poll released Thursday.
Massachusetts U.S. Sen. Ed Markey delivered his first speech to the Senate Wednesday.
As President Barack Obama considers possible military intervention in Syria, members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation are urging varying levels of caution.
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.
Elizabeth Warren’s successful U-S Senate campaign could be a big dividend for Western Massachusetts and Congressman Richard Neal.
With less than two months left before Election Day, the U.S.
Massachusetts Democrat and candidate for U.S. Senate Elizabeth Warren traveled to West Springfield today to greet residents.
Massachusetts Democrat and candidate for U.S. Senate Elizabeth Warren made two appearances in the Western part of the state Thursday.
Warren first appeared at a luncheon at the Westover Job Corps Center in Chicopee, talking to vocational students about their career aspirations.