Keller @ Large: Catching Up With Boston Globe's Jim O'SullivanWith a mayoral race coming up and the preliminary election being held on Tuesday, WBZ political analyst Jon Keller sat down with ace Boston Globe political reporter Jim O'Sullivan to set the scene.
Warren Talks To WBZ NewsRadio 1030 About North Korea, Equifax, Flood InsuranceSen. Elizabeth Warren spoke to Josh Binswanger about the North Korea nuclear threat, the Equifax security breach and flood insurance improvements.
Senators Filing Bills In Reaction To Equifax Data BreachDemocratic senators from Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island are pushing bills after credit reporting company Equifax announced 143 million Americans had their information exposed— including Social Security numbers, birthdates and address histories.
Diehl's Senate Campaign Gathering Signatures For Sales Tax Ballot QuestionState Representative Geoff Diehl says his campaign will gather 10,000 of the signatures needed to get the sales tax reduction and sales tax holiday question on the 2018 election ballot.
On Capitol Hill, Gov. Baker Touts Mass. As Example For Healthcare ReformIn his testimony Thursday on Capitol Hill, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker stressed the need for bipartisan solutions in making necessary healthcare reform.
Study: 'Highly Ideological' Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren Lead Congress In Facebook FollowersPew looked at the voting records and Facebook follower counts for members of Congress and found that the most liberal and conservative senators and representatives had more followers than their moderate colleagues.
Beth Lindstrom, Former Romney Aide, To Run Against Sen. Elizabeth WarrenBeth Lindstrom served as director of consumer affairs under former Gov. Mitt Romney and later headed the state lottery.
Sen. Warren Honing Campaign Pitch As GOP Eyes 2018 CampaignU.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren won't face voters for more than a year, but the broad outlines of the effort to unseat the Massachusetts Democrat, and her re-election pitch to voters, are taking shape.
Diehl And Warren Spar Over TownhallsRepublican U.S. Senate candidate Geoff Diehl officially began his campaign with a simple message--to put Massachusetts first.
Warren's Bill Could Make Hearing Aids A Lot CheaperAmericans with hearing loss could soon be able to buy hearing aids over the counter under a plan championed by Democratic U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Geoff Diehl Challenges Warren For SenateRepublican state Representative Geoff Diehl has formally launched his challenge to Democratic U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Keller @ Large: Elizabeth Warren Says Massachusetts Needs John McCain"We need John McCain to win this fight and come back," Warren told WBZ-TV Thursday. "We need him."

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