White House Correspondent Shares Journey Of Raising Son With AutismAward-winning White House correspondent Ron Fournier joined WBZ-TV’s Liam Martin and Paula Ebben to discuss the 2016 presidential election.
Gov. Baker Has No Interest In White House RunMassachusetts voters hoping to cast a ballot for presidential candidate Charlie Baker will have to set their sights on someone else.
White House To Allow Photos, Social Media On Public ToursThe White House says visitors can now take photos or use social media during public tours of the building.
Louis Charpentier, Leominster's 'Mr. Christmas,' Dies At 104Louis Charpentier, a Leominster man who was affectionately called "Mr. Christmas for putting out his hand-carved Styrofoam displays for several decades, has died at 104.
President Obama Honors Patriots, Cracks DeflateGate JokePresident Barack Obama welcomed the Patriots to the White House on Thursday.
Roche: White House Trip Never Gets OldDan Roche reflects on his many trips to the White House following Boston's champions.
Baker To Press Case For Snow Disaster ReliefGov. Charlie Baker is headed to Washington to press the state's case for disaster relief after the record-setting winter snowfall.
Mass. Girl Helps Campaign To Put Woman On $20 BillA Massachusetts fourth grader named Sofia wants to add more female figures to U.S. currency, and she received a letter from President Barack Obama as a result of her suggestion.
The Perks Of Winning The Boston MarathonWinning the Boston Marathon is no walk in the park, so there are plenty of perks for the winners.
Chelsea Student Honored At White House Science FairA 10-year-old 5th grader from a middle school in Chelsea was honored at a science fair held by the White House after she designed a video game.
Mass. Student Scientists, Cute Pup Showcase Projects At The White HouseThe fifth annual White House Science Fair showcased Science, Techonology, Engineering and Math projects from students nationwide.
Andover Student Featured At White House Film FestivalSixteen-year-old Anna Yeo of Andover High School is among 15 students from around the country whose videos were chosen to be screened at the White House Friday during the second annual Student Film Festival.