Keller @ Large: What The Starbucks Philadelphia Arrest Outrage Has Taught UsJon explains what we're learning from the arrest of two black men at a Starbucks in Philadelphia.
Keller @ Large: Babies Now Allowed On Senate FloorApproval for Senate Resolution 463, authorizing a senator to bring a young son or daughter onto the floor during votes, was unanimous.
Keller @ Large: Tom Brady's Struggle For Work-Life BalanceJon says Tom Brady isn’t the first person to struggle with work-life balance.
Keller @ Large: Necco's Potential Demise Sparks Candy NostalgiaCould the Necco wafer be on the verge of extinction? It has Jon Keller talking about candy.
Keller @ Large: GOP Tax Reform Sales Pitch IntensifiesIn New Hampshire, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and Ivanka Trump intensified the public relations campaign on behalf of the GOP tax reform plan.
Keller @ Large: Sean Gannon's Murder Raises Questions About Justice SystemJon says the murder of Yarmouth police officer Sean Gannon raises questions about our justice system that must be addressed.
Keller @ Large: Mass. Republican Party Seeks To Take On Elizabeth WarrenChairperson Kristen Hughes says she hopes voters at the convention will be able to show how "flawed" Elizabeth Warren is.
Keller @ Large: White House Campaign Against ComeyIt isn't every day that a Republican National Committee website features a news clip of Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer. But these are not ordinary times.
Keller @ Large: Free-Spending EPA Chief Unites Democrats, RepublicansJon says free-spending, high-living EPA chief Scott Pruitt is accomplishing the impossible - bringing Democrats and Republicans together. 
Keller @ Large: President Trump's Missile ThreatAre you ready to go to war with Russia and Syria in the Middle East? President Trump apparently is.
Keller @ Large: Remembering And Learning From The Life Of Charlie AustinJon Keller says we can learn a lot about life by studying obituaries. Charlie Austin is a case in point.
Keller @ Large: Congress To Give Mark Zuckerberg A Well-Deserved BeatingFacebook guru Mark Zuckerberg will testify before Congress Tuesday. Jon says it could be a historic turning point.