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Before The Debate: We Want Your Questions

On Wednesday, April 10 at 7 p.m., the three Republican candidates for U.S. Senate will debate live in the WBZ studios. Jon Keller wants your questions.


Rep. Stephen Lynch and Rep. Ed Markey (Photos courtesy: Lynch and Paul Morigi/Getty Images)

Mass. Democratic US Senate Hopefuls Spar In Debate

U.S. Reps. Edward Markey and Stephen Lynch sparred on drone strikes, student debt, health care and campaign spending.


Rep. Stephen Lynch and Rep. Ed Markey (Photos courtesy: Lynch and Paul Morigi/Getty Images)

Markey, Lynch To Debate At UMass-Lowell

The public is invited on a first-come, first-seated basis and can submit questions for the candidates via Twitter.


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Outside Spending Tops $1.25 Million In Mass. Campaign For Senate

Spending by outside groups in Massachusetts’ special U.S. Senate election has topped $1.25 million, with the largest amount going to support Democratic candidate Edward Markey.


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Lynch Makes It Clear He Has No Interest In Running For Boston Mayor

U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch is making clear that he has no intention of dropping his campaign for the U.S. Senate and instead trying to succeed Boston Mayor Thomas Menino.


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Mass. U.S. Senate Hopefuls Face Off In Debate

On Wednesday night, the two Democrats and three Republicans faced off in their first televised debates.


Rep. Stephen Lynch and Rep. Ed Markey (Photos courtesy: Lynch and Paul Morigi/Getty Images)

Pelosi Mum On Mass. US Senate Primary

House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi isn’t saying which Democratic candidate she prefers in the party’s primary in Massachusetts special U.S. Senate election.


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Race Against Time As Mass. Senate Candidates Hit The Campaign Trail

Candidates in Massachusetts special U.S. Senate race are hitting the campaign trail with the primary election just five weeks away.


Siyani Chambers #1 and Laurent Rivard #0 of the Harvard Crimson celebrate as the Crimson defeat the New Mexico Lobos 68-62 during the second round of the 2013 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Soundbytes Of The Week: 3/22

Soundbytes from the top news stories of the past week.


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Lynch: ‘We Moved Too Quickly’ On Iraq, Saddam Hussein

On the 10th anniversary of the start of the war in Iraq, Rep. Stephen Lynch said only time will tell if it was worth the cost.





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