Rep. Joe Kennedy To Introduce Bill To Limit Supreme Court Terms To 18 YearsHouse Democrats plan to introduce a bill next week that would limit US Supreme Court justices' lifetime appointments to 18 years.
Keller @ Large: Questions About Judge Amy Coney BarrettJon Keller said there are two major areas of concern about Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
'Wrong Charlie!' President Trump Fires Back At Baker After Mass. Governor's CriticismPresident Donald Trump took a shot a Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker on Twitter Friday morning, a day after Baker ripped the president.
'Appalling And Outrageous': Baker Slams Trump For Not Committing To Peaceful Transfer Of PowerA fired-up Gov. Charlie Baker took aim at President Donald Trump for not committing to a peaceful transfer of power should he lose November's election.
Gov. Sununu Calls Trump Take On Transfer Of Power 'Very Inappropriate'Republican Gov. Chris Sununu said President Donald Trump made "a very inappropriate comment."
Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell Running For MayorBoston city councilor Andrea Campbell announced Thursday she’s running for mayor.
Maine Voters Request More Than 230,000 Absentee Ballots For NovemberThe number of absentee ballot requests in Maine has topped 233,000, and Democrats continue to outnumber Republicans in requesting the ballots.
Fenway Park Expected To Be Approved As Voting VenueElection officials in Boston are expected to approve Fenway Park as an early voting venue when they meet Thursday.
Angry Baker Wants Congress To Focus On Coronavirus Relief Not Supreme CourtAn angry Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker slammed Congress, including fellow members of the Republican party, for putting more of their focus on the Supreme Court than the coronavirus pandemic.
Massachusetts Voters Can Now Request A Mail-In Ballot OnlineSec. Galvin said he hopes the online option will allow voters to get their ballots sooner. 
Keller @ Large: Mitt Romney's Decision To Vote On President Trump’s Nominee Isn't SurprisingThis power grab - which is fully within the rules of the Senate - is just the latest in a long string of bitterly partisan performances surrounding judicial appointments by both parties.