New Hampshire Governor and U.S. Senate candidate Maggie Hassan and other Democrats are returning political contributions from a Boston-based law firm after the Boston Globe reported the Thornton Law Firm reimbursed lawyers who donated to political candidates.
At the end of the week, Massachusetts will welcome fiscal year 20-17. As it stands, it looks like state revenues are down about $750 million […]
Our panel looks at the big stories in the news.
Massachusetts U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren will campaign in Ohio next Monday with presumptive democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. The announcement comes just after news broke that Warren is on Clinton’s shortlist for vice president.
The Bloomberg poll found 35 percent were in favor of a Clinton-Warren ticket.
This week, Governor Charlie Baker is likely to announce his nominees to the Supreme Judicial Court. Plus, a very speculative look at whether the legislature will tinker with the rules to fill a U.S. Senate seat vacancy.
The Federal Government needs to be a better partner to the American people, Senator Elizabeth Warren told hundreds on Monday in western Massachusetts.
This week, public hearings begin on Governor Baker’s budget, the Senate takes up public records, and some Massachusetts politicians head to the Granite State ahead of New Hampshire’s primaries.
The “Run, Warren, Run” campaign has hit a wall. Organizers say they’re suspending the movement to draft Massachusetts U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren into the presidential race.
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.