Keller @ Large: With Rise In Evictions, Boston Mayoral Candidates Debate Rent ControlIt's been 28 years since Massachusetts voters threw out rent control, and but now the topic is back up for discussion among Mayoral candidates.
Keller @ Large: Massachusetts Still 'Very Much Right In The Thick' Of COVID PandemicAs a State Representative, emergency room doctor, and former candidate for Mayor of Boston, Jon Santiago is very familiar with the political and health impacts of COVID-19.
Keller @ Large: Some Republicans Ramp Up Appeals To Get Vaccinated, But Not So Much In MassachusettsWhile there are many Democrats still unvaccinated, nearly five times more Republicans than Democrats say they won't get the vaccine.
Tucker Carlson, Black Lives Matter Protesters Among Recipients Of 'Muzzle' AwardsEach year, Northeastern University journalism professor Dan Kennedy releases the New England Muzzles, to “to call attention to outrages against freedom of speech and of the press.
Keller @ Large: Tokyo Protests Resemble Backlash Against Plans For Boston 2024 OlympicsIf a barrage of loud street protests against the Tokyo Olympics in recent days have seemed familiar, it's with good reason.
Keller @ Large: Stopping COVID Misinformation Could Be As Hard As Stopping The VirusThe barrage of vaccine falsehoods has been constant on TV and online, no more so than on Facebook, the biggest outlet of all.
Keller @ Large: Examining What Matters To Voters In The Boston Mayoral ElectionGender? Race? Exam schools admissions policy? Jon Keller speaks with two reporters on the issues surrounding this mayoral election in Boston.
Keller @ Large: Economic Damage From COVID-19 Isn't Over Yet; Boston Struggles With Tourism SlumpThe president of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce wants to see quick action by local and national politicians.
Keller @ Large: Have Racial Equity Promises Made Following George Floyd's Death Been Kept?WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller was joined by Segun Idowu, CEO of the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts, to look at what has happened over the last year.
Keller @ Large: What Is Critical Race Theory?The decades-old body of academic inquiry has become a red-hot political issue, with some states even banning it from their classrooms.
Keller @ Large: Does Gov. Baker's 2-Month Sales Tax Holiday Stand A Chance With Lawmakers?Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker is proposing a 2-month sales tax holiday in August and September, but there's already been pushback.
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.