Keller @ Large: Despite Coronavirus Challenges, Gov. Baker's Approval Rating Remains Sky HighA new MassINC poll of nearly 800 registered voters here finds 81% approve of Baker’s crisis management. Only 14% disapprove.
Keller @ Large: Markey Still Struggling To Deflect Kennedy AttacksJon said it was surprising how much Sen. Ed Markey continued to struggle to deflect Rep. Joe Kennedy’s attacks in their latest debate.
Keller @ Large: Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone Calls State's Coronavirus Measures A 'Failure'Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone was critical of the state’s coronavirus measures, calling them a “failure” and saying there is “no leadership.”
Keller @ Large: No Federal Aid Could Hurt Massachusetts Recovery For YearsThe message from top D.C. Republicans to states and local communities remains clear: Don’t expect another aid package from us.
Keller @ Large: Discrimination In Renting Apartments In Greater BostonJon talks to Richard Rothstein, author of "The Color of Law" about a recent Suffolk University Law School investigation.
Keller @ Large: Are You Ready To Send Your Kids Back To School?A new poll finds almost three-quarters of American parents see kids going back to school as a large or moderate health risk.
Keller @ Large: Gov. Charlie Baker On How Massachusetts Schools Can Safely ReopenWBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller talks to Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker.
Keller @ Large: Trump Will Eventually Face Consequences On Tax ReturnsJon says President Trump will eventually have to face the consequences for whatever wrongdoing may be documented in his tax returns.
Keller @ Large: 2020 'Muzzle Awards' For People And Organizations That Diminish Free SpeechNortheastern journalism professor Dan Kennedy joined WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller to discuss Kennedy’s annual “New England Muzzle Awards.”
Keller @ Large: Support From Corporations To Black Organizations 'Something We Haven't Seen Before'WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller spoke to Segun Idowu, the executive director of the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts.
Keller @ Large: Walsh On Economic 'Uncertainty And Unpredictability' Caused By CoronavirusMayor Marty Walsh said there as a great deal of “uncertainty and unpredictability” surrounding how the economy will rebound following the coronavirus pandemic.