Boston Mayor Marty Walsh sat down with WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller for Sunday’s Keller @ Large to reflect on his first year in office.
Washington, D.C., keeps lurching along, passing a trillion dollar spending bill.
With a month to go before he’s sworn in as Massachusetts’ 72nd governor, Republican Charlie Baker is facing an array of challenges.
The governor and some of the state’s other top elected officials could be in line for pay hikes if the recommendations of an advisory board are adopted.
In her first two years in the U.S. Senate, Elizabeth Warren has drawn praise and ire among her Capitol Hill colleagues as well as the ardent support of liberal loyalists.
When Lt. Gov.-Elect Karyn Polito takes office in January, she’ll take on a position that will have been vacant for nearly two years.
An advocacy group is asking Gov.-elect Baker to prioritize mental health issues.
Steven Kadish, a Northeastern University administrator who served under former Republican Gov. Mitt Romney, was tapped Monday by Gov.-elect Charlie Baker for the key role of chief of staff in the new administration.
During this Sunday’s Keller @ Large, Baker sat down for a one-on-one interview with WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller to lay out his plans for the beginning of his term.
The latest court hearing involving Partners HealthCare’s proposed takeover of three suburban hospitals led to a testy exchange when Attorney General Martha Coakley took offense to the judge’s suggestion that Coakley was driven by politics.