Keller @ Large: State Auditor Suzanne Bump On MassHealth AuditBump recently conducted an audit that found $193 million in improper or questionable payments by MassHealth.
Poll: Mass. Voters Look To Gov. Baker To Lead Charge Against TrumpPoll results obtained by WBZ showed a high level of concern over the Trump administration's proposed actions.
Keller @ Large: Proof We Are Not PowerlessYou say you feel powerless, at the mercy of big time politicians, big business, and every power broker in-between?
Keller @ Large: Prepare Your Teen For Prom Season DangersIt's prom season, with graduation parties following close behind. Jon has some advice on how to cope with this time of maximum danger for teens behind the wheel.
Dropping Front Plate Requirement Could Save Mass. $2MWhen you see a car pass you with a front plate on it, what goes through your mind? Perhaps you should be thinking - what a waste!
Keller @ Large: Trump Tax Cuts - Greedy Or Good For Economy?Are the Trump tax cuts what our economy needs? Or just a boost to economic greed?
Keller @ Large: Thoughtful Trump Voters Watch And WaitJon spent some time talking with some very nice people in Billerica, one of 91 communities in Massachusetts that voted for Donald Trump last fall.
Keller @ Large: If Ivanka Trump Plays Politics, She Has To Take The HeatIf Ivanka Trump, Chelsea Clinton or any other political offspring want to jump into the arena and spin for their parent, that’s fine. But they better be ready to take the heat.
Keller @ Large: Nordstrom Selling Muddy Jeans For $425$425 for a pair of jeans seems pretty steep, but what if they come already caked with mud? Now we're talking! Jon looks at the latest marketing head-scratcher.
Keller @ Large: Trump's First 100 Days - Who Cares?As a governing tool, the first 100 days is meaningless, especially for our current president.
Keller @ Large: How A Big Lie PersistsThe U.S. government still won't admit it - what the Ottoman Turks did to the Armenians was genocide. Jon looks at how a big lie persists.
Ex-Cons Fight To Work In Marijuana IndustryAt a hearing Monday, it was argued that past offenders should be at the head of the line for a cut of the take.