Keller: Campaign More Worried About Trump University Case Than Vet DonationsWBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller called Tuesday's Trump event "clever politics."
Keller @ Large: Bill Weld's Blown OpportunityJon says William Weld had a chance to open some eyes in response to a Donald Trump comment.
Keller @ Large: The Costs Of War, Domestic And ForeignOn a day like this, when we honor our nation’s 1.3 million war dead, Jon says it gets you thinking about war, and heroism, and how we define both these days.
Keller @ Large: What Can Candidates' Body Language Tell Us?WBZ body language expert Don Khoury says he has developed an algorithm to predict how candidates' non-verbal communication can affect voters.
Keller @ Large: Remember True Meaning Of Memorial DayJon has a look at the increasingly forgotten meaning of the holiday.
Keller @ Large: Trump-Sanders And Other Fantasy DebatesWhile the Trump-Sanders debate will likely never occur, we can certainly speculate about other appealing matchups that might have a better chance of happening.
Keller @ Large: Massachusetts Finally Improves Public Records LawKudos go out to the Massachusetts House and Senate for voting to bring the state’s public records law into the 20th century.
Keller @ Large: Want To Be President? Follow The RulesA State Department audit says Hillary Clinton didn't follow the rules when she ran the place. Jon says that's a huge problem.
Keller @ Large: Enjoy The Summer-Like Weather CarefullyOver the years I’ve come to realize something about my fellow Bostonians – we don’t necessarily handle seasonal transitions well.
Keller @ Large: New Ads May Heighten Your Disgust With Presidential RaceJon says two new attack ads in the presidential campaign may heighten your disgust with the race.
Keller @ Large: Why Wasn't Jorge Zambrano In Prison?Jon says we are in deep trouble of we lack the ability to distinguish chronically-violent thugs from less-dangerous criminals.
Keller @ Large: At-Risk Veterans Not Comparable To Disneyland TouristsJon says maybe it was a mistake to sit Veterans Affairs Secretary Bob McDonald down with a bunch of reporters.