Warren insists she’s not interested in the White House.
The Globe devoted a big chunk of its editorial pages Sunday to an assortment of exhortations to Sen. Elizabeth Warren to run for president.
Progressive activists hoping to draft Sen. Elizabeth Warren into the 2016 presidential race will hold their first meeting in the key early-voting state of New Hampshire on Saturday.
Warren said financial institutions are still getting ‘too big to fail.’
In an exclusive interview, Senator Warren presses her case against corporate influence over Washington insiders.
A $400 million dollar project to deepen Boston Harbor over the next three years will bring larger cargo and cruise ships to the region and create thousands of new jobs.
A prominent liberal group is urging Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren to run for president in 2016.
In her first two years in the U.S. Senate, Elizabeth Warren has drawn praise and ire among her Capitol Hill colleagues as well as the ardent support of liberal loyalists.
Despite her criticism, Warren said she will not involve herself in the dispute.
Elizabeth Warren would have to be nuts to run for president in 2016.