Michael Bloomberg Makes $50 Million Gift To Boston's Museum Of ScienceFormer New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's charitable foundation has made the largest gift ever to Boston's Museum of Science.
Daily Talker: Should The FAA Extend Flight Ban To Israel?For the first time since the Gulf War in 1991, US airlines are not flying to Israel. The FAA imposed a 24-hour ban, scheduled to end at Noon on Wednesday, because of rocket fire from Gaza landing close to Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport.
George H.W. Bush, Aretha Franklin Honored At Harvard GraduationA former president and the Queen of Soul have received honorary degrees from Harvard University.
Keller @ Large: Government Makes A Bad NannyLet’s make a quick list together of human behaviors we’re good and sick of and would like to see eliminated.
Brighton Marathoner Seeks To Raise Money For Sandy Victims The New York Marathon was cancelled following Hurricane Sandy and the destruction she brought to the New York area. But even without the opportunity to run the official, one Brighton resident is hoping to use his athletic gifts to help those in need.
Independent New York Mayor Bloomberg Backs Scott Brown For SenateMichael Bloomberg, an independent, plans to host a fundraiser in New York for Brown next month.
Menino, Bloomberg Team Up In Gun Control Ad For Super BowlThe mayors of New York and Boston are rooting for opposing teams in the Super Bowl. But they're on the same side when it comes to pushing for stricter gun-control laws.
Mayors Menino, Bloomberg Make Super Bowl BetThere's a lot more on the line between the mayors of Boston and New York than some chowder when it comes this year's Super Bowl bet.
Mayor Menino To Urge Congress To Toughen Nation's Gun LawsBoston Mayor Tom Menino is taking his fight to toughen the nation's gun laws straight to Washington.
Keller @ Large: Rich Just Get RicherDuring a year when so many struggled, 65 percent of the 400 richest Americans enjoyed gains in their wealth, while only 18 percent suffered setbacks.
9/11 First Responders Fight For Recognition At Tenth Anniversary New York’s first responders haven’t been formally invited to the Ground Zero memorial ceremony.