Keller @ Large: With Donald Trump As President, Capitol Riot Not A SurpriseJon Keller said the Capitol riot was not surprising based on President Trump's past.
Keller @ Large: Capitol Hill Rioters Enabled By 'Gross Incompetence By Law Enforcement'As violent protesters breached the Capitol Building, WBZ-TV's Jon Keller said they were enabled by "gross incompetence by law enforcement" in Washington, D.C.
Keller @ Large: As Extremists Fill Washington Streets, Moderation Wins AgainJon says moderation won in November and won again Tuesday in the US Senate races in Georgia.
Keller @ Large: Trump Turns Effort To Overturn Election Into Loyalty TestThe president is throwing everything in sight in the path of his imminent ouster, including putting his ultimate loyalist on the spot.
Keller @ Large: Baker's Decision On Possible Third Term As Governor Remains 'Big Question Mark'What do the futures of Gov. Charlie Baker and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh have in store?
Keller @ Large: Top 4 Political Stories Of 2020 In MassachusettsThere’s no denying this was a monumental year for landmark news events, no more so than in the world of Massachusetts politics.
Keller @ Large: Robert DeLeo Had Critics, But Got The Job DoneThere were critics of Robert DeLeo during his tenure as House Speaker, but Jon Keller says he helped deliver impressive accomplishments.
Keller @ Large: How Gov. Charlie Baker's Approval Rating Remains High Despite COVID ChallengesJon Keller is joined by Katie Lannan and Matt Murphy of State House news to discuss the top local politics stories of 2020.
Keller @ Large: Chairman Of Mass. Democratic Party Calls On Gov. Baker To Implement Tighter COVID RestrictionsMassachusetts Democratic Party chairman Gus Bickford said Gov. Charlie Baker “has not been willing to actually have a backbone” and implement stricter COVID guidelines.
Keller @ Large: Clear The Snow Off Of Your Car!Jon Keller says people who don't clear the snow off their cars are "driving a live hand grenade."
NH Sen. Maggie Hassan: Would Be 'Unconscionable' Not To Pass COVID Aid PackageIt’s been almost nine months since Congress approved the CARES Act, $2.2 trillion worth of unemployment benefits and other forms of aid to Americans economically decimated by the pandemic.