Keller @ Large: Casual Sexism Won't Help TrumpDid Donald Trump shoot himself in the foot with his dismissal of Hillary Clinton as having "nothing going on" except her gender?
Keller @ Large: What The Primaries Told UsIt seems as good a time as any to reflect on what message the two parties are sending with their choices.
Trump Pulls Off Clean Sweep Of 5 Northeast PrimariesDonald Trump swept all five Republican primaries Tuesday. Hillary Clinton was dominant in Democratic contests in Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Keller @ Large: Baby Boomers In The White HouseJon says it appears the Baby Boomers, born between 1945 and 1965, are poised for another four to eight years of wretched political leadership.
Keller @ Large: New York Loves The FrontrunnersThere never was much doubt that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton would win New York, their home state.
Keller @ Large: Trump, Clinton Look For Wins In New York PrimaryJon says the only suspense around the New York primary is whether or not Ted Cruz and John Kasich can keep Donald Trump under 50 percent of the vote, the magic number for a big delegate haul.
Keller @ Large: Roundtable Discussion On The Week In PoliticsBoston Globe columnist Marcela Garcia and CEO of the Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts Darnell Williams joined WBZ political correspondent Jon Keller to discuss the busy week in politics.
Keller @ Large: You Do The MathWhat's that? You're hopelessly confused by the delegate math in the presidential race?
Keller @ Large: Familiarity Breeds ContemptIt is extremely unusual for the two party frontrunners to suffer decisive defeats this late in the process.
Boston Police Officer In Italian Prime Minister's Motorcade Injured During CrashA Boston Police motorcycle was involved in a crash near Boston's Museum of Science on Thursday morning.
Keller @ Large: Do Really We Care If Politicians Lie To Us?It's now legal for political candidates to lie to the voters in Ohio. But is it something we really object to?
Keller @ Large: Pols On Brussels Terror AttacksA seemingly innocuous remark by the president was enough to divide the presidential field.