U.S. Sen. Edward Markey, D-Mass., offered praise for the Pentagon’s decision Saturday to return most furloughed Department of Defense civilians workers to their jobs after the weekend.
Protesters are rallying in Boston to oppose any U.S. or NATO military action in Syria.
Members of Congress from Massachusetts and New Hampshire are backing Obama’s decision to consult with lawmakers before launching any attack on Syria.
With the Obama administration considering military intervention in Syria after an apparent chemical weapons attack outside Damascus, U.S. Sen. Edward Markey, D-Mass., is urging caution.
Pointing out contrasts between Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Edward Markey and his opponent, Republican Gabriel Gomez, former President Bill Clinton called on Markey supporters Saturday to vote in the coming special election — and to avoid a repeat of the surprise election result that sent Republican Scott Brown to the Senate in 2010.
Candidates in Massachusetts special U.S. Senate race are hitting the campaign trail with the primary election just five weeks away.
The Massachusetts AFL-CIO has decided not to make an endorsement in the Democratic primary in the U.S. Senate special election.
Four of five Massachusetts U.S. Senate hopefuls say they have either collected more than enough signatures or are confident they will have enough to land a spot on the April 30 primary ballot.
Massachusetts Republicans are scrambling to find a candidate for John Kerry’s Senate seat now that would-be GOP front-runner, former Sen. Scott Brown, has opted out of the campaign.
The Boston Democrat has been privately telling supporters of his plans to run, although he publicly said last week that he had not made a final decision.