WBZ-UMass Poll: Voters Favor More Charter Schools, But Many Still UndecidedA closer look inside the poll suggests the final outcome may well be linked to voter turnout in this presidential election year.
Keller @ Large: Superhero Costumes Next Target Of PC Police?According to the National Retail Federation, superheroes are the most popular kids' Halloween attire.
Keller @ Large: Good Times, Bad Times Or Something In Between?Are these the best of times, the worst of times, or something in between? Why that question is crucial to the election outcome.
WBZ-UMass Poll: Voters Favor Legal Recreational Marijuana, But Have ReservationsThe ballot question which would legalize recreational use of pot in Massachusetts enjoys a 53-to-40 percent lead, with seven-percent still unsure.
Keller @ Large: Not So Optimistic After Clinton-Trump DebateTwo more debates like this and I’m going to have to start telling my dismayed friends that they may not be dismayed enough.
Keller @ Large: Debate Excited Clinton, Trump Bases, But Didn't Expand ThemJon says the presidential debate was a tale of two universes.
WBZ-UMass Poll Shows 'Shocking' Enthusiasm Gap For Hillary ClintonA new WBZ-TV, WBZ NewsRadio, UMass Amherst Poll of 700 likely Massachusetts voters has good news – and bad news – for Hillary Clinton.
Keller @ Large: What To Watch For In Clinton-Trump DebateWhat should you be watching for in tonight’s debate if you are that highly sought-after commodity, a truly undecided voter?
Keller @ Large: Mass. House Speaker Robert DeLeoThe Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, State Rep. Robert DeLeo, sat down with WBZ political analyst Jon Keller to discuss the goings-on in the House.
Keller @ Large: A Repeatable News Story That's A Sign Of WeaknessThere are some modern-day evergreen stories that aren’t the least bit funny.
Keller @ Large: How To Get Ready For Clinton-Trump DebateJon has some helpful tips on how to prepare for Monday night's Clinton-Trump debate.
Keller @ Large: Blame Game Is Out Of ControlGuess how many people blame themselves for their problems?