Rep. Jim McGovern: Republicans Who Voted Against Gold Medals For Police Protecting Capitol During Riots Are 'Cowards'Massachusetts Rep. Jim McGovern said 21 House Republicans are “cowards” for voting against a measure to award four medals of honor to officers who protected the Capitol during the January 6 riots.
Keller @ Large: Home Prices Continue To Skyrocket In MassachusettsThe median price of a single-family home in Massachusetts was $525,000 last month, the second straight month over the half-million-dollar plateau.
'Stop The Stubbornness': Mass. GOP Official Urges Fellow Conservatives To Get VaccinatedAfter nearly dying from COVID-19, Tom Mountain has become a self-described evangelist for his fellow conservatives to get vaccinated.
Janey Did 'The Only Thing She Could Do' In Firing Dennis White, Former BPD Commissioner Ed Davis SaysFormer Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis said he believes Acting Mayor Kim Janey did “the only thing she could do” when she fired embattled Police Commissioner Dennis White.
Keller @ Large: Marty Walsh Grilled On Unemployment Benefits, Handling Of Dennis White AppointmentWhile Marty Walsh's nomination hearing last March was a love-fest, this was anything but. WBZ-TV's Jon Keller reports.
Keller @ Large: Debate Over Millionaire Tax Heats Up In Massachusetts As Beacon Hill Gets Ready To VoteSome say the tax is a matter of fairness; others say it will impede economic growth.
Keller @ Large: Marty Walsh Says Economy 'Going In The Right Direction'Marty Walsh sits down with WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller for his first formal Boston TV interview since stepping down as mayor to become Labor Secretary.
Keller @ Large: Police-Friendly Brand May Boost Boston Mayoral Candidate Essaibi-GeorgeMany mayoral candidates advocate shifting police funds from police to social services.
Keller @ Large: States Offering Cash, Guns As Incentive To Get COVID VaccinesSome state governments are using cash and prize giveaways as an inducement to coax the large numbers of unvaccinated Americans to go get their COVID-19 shots.
'Morale Is Very Low,' Boston Police Patrolmen's Association President SaysLarry Calderone, president of the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association, said morale is “very low” in the department amid calls from some to defund the police, a movement he called a “foolish argument.”
Keller @ Large: Failure To Compromise On Capitol Hill Is All Too FamiliarFinding the middle ground on almost any major issue remains elusive for the D.C. political establishment.
Keller @ Large: AG Maura Healey Says Dartmouth Detention Center Had Committed 'Serious Civil Rights Violations'AG Healey says that the Immigration Detention Center in North Dartmouth that used to detain immigrants committed "serious civil rights violations".
Keller @ Large: Democrats Who Want Commission To Look Into Capitol Riots May Not Have Dance PartnerHowever, solid majorities of the American public want to know what happened.
Keller @ Large: Poll Shows People Divided Over Extra Government Aid For UnemployedAsked if the $300 a week unemployment supplement should continue, the response was a virtual tie, 43% for ending the bonus, 41% for keeping it in place.
Keller @ Large: Candidate Jon Santiago Says Boston Mayoral Race 'Transcends Politics'WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller talks to Boston mayoral candidate Jon Santiago.