Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley’s decision to jump into the 2014 governor’s race is expected to touch off a scramble to fill her seat as the state’s top law enforcement official.
Martha Coakley, the popular Democratic state attorney general who lost the 2010 U.S. Senate special election to Scott Brown, is joining the race for Massachusetts governor.
She may not win this race. But if she does lose, her spectacular failure three years ago won’t be the reason why.
Attorney General Martha Coakley will announce a run for governor on Monday.
Attorney General Martha Coakley has given a constitutional OK to the majority of proposed ballot questions activists are hoping to put before voters next year, including a minimum wage hike and cut in the state sales tax.
The president and his national security team are spending this Labor Day laying out the president’s case for a military response to Syria.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is suing Lawrence Mayor William Lantigua for allegedly accepting thousands of dollars in potentially illegal cash and corporate contributions.
The murder case involving the son of Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy has led Attorney General Martha Coakley to call for a re-examination of the state’s domestic violence laws.
The Shipyard Quarters Marina was deemed unsafe by the city three years ago.
The former owner of a now-closed Waltham driving school has been ordered to pay more than $282,000 for enrolling students who paid up front for lessons they never received.