Mass. Rep. Capuano Says Someone 'Spoofed' His Office PhoneMassachusetts Congressman Michael Capuano wants his constituents to know that, while it appeared that someone called them from his Washington office talking about drugs and sex, it wasn't him.
Keller @ Large: Capuano Says Funding For Green Line Project Not In JeopardyU.S. Rep. Michael Capuano of Somerville tells WBZ political analyst Jon Keller that federal funding should be safe for the MBTA's plans.
Mass. Rep. Calls For Change Following I-Team Report On Driver's Mistaken IdentityA Massachusetts Congressman is asking for changes to a national database after an I-Team report revealed the nightmare experienced by innocent drivers trying to clear up cases of mistaken identity.
I-Team: Cargo, Passenger Plane Pilots Held To Different Rest RequirementsCargo plane pilots can fly almost twice as long as passenger pilots before getting a mandatory rest.
All Things Travel: Boston Harbor Improvements PlannedA $400 million dollar project to deepen Boston Harbor over the next three years will bring larger cargo and cruise ships to the region and create thousands of new jobs.
NightSide - Representative Michael Capuano Checks In With NightSide NationRepresentative Capuano Joins the Show
Obama Budget Includes Money For MBTA's Green LinePresident Barack Obama has included money in his federal budget proposal for the extension of the MBTA's Green Line.
Mike Capuano Not Running For SenateCongressman Mike Capuano says he's not going to run for John Kerry's Senate seat, if Kerry is confirmed as Secretary of State.
Faneuil Hall Opens New Visitor CenterBoston's Faneuil Hall is celebrating the opening of a new visitor's center.
Mass. Senate OK's Congressional Redistricting MapThe map, which won final approval in the House and Senate, is now awaiting Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick's signature.
Capuano Not Running For Brown’s Senate SeatCongressman Michael Capuano announced Friday that he will not run for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Senator Scott Brown.
Local Politicians React To Giffords ShootingHours after Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was shot in the head and critically wounded at an event in Tuscon on Saturday, some members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation sent along their prayers for her recovery.

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