Massachusetts Lawmakers OK Bill To Extend Mail-In, Early VotingThe Massachusetts House and Senate have given final approval to a bill that extends mail-in and early voting options through the end of June.
Permanent Daylight Saving Time? Bipartisan Group Of Senators Files 'Sunshine Protection Act'Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey is among a bipartisan group of senators that is reintroducing a bill that would make daylight saving time permanent across the country.
Keller @ Large: Record Number Of Unaccompanied Children In Custody At BorderThe Texas border is seeing a record-shattering influx of unaccompanied children, overwhelming the government’s shelter capacity.
State Should Allow Health Departments To Vaccinate Teachers, Mass. Senate President Karen Spilka SaysMassachusetts Senate President Karen Spilka said educators should be prioritized in the state's COVID vaccine plan.
Governor Charlie Baker, Wife In Florida Following Death In FamilyGovernor Charlie Baker has traveled out of Massachusetts following a death in the family.
John Barros, Boston's Former Chief Of Economic Development, Joins Mayoral RaceJohn Barros, Boston's former Chief of Economic Development, is now the fifth person to throw their hat into the mayoral race.
Did Dead People Vote For Joe Biden? Jon Keller Answers Your QuestionsYou've got questions about politics and public policy, WBZ-TV Political Analyst Jon Keller has answers.
Senate Confirms Raimondo As Biden Commerce SecretaryThe Senate voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to confirm Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo to serve as President Joe Biden's commerce secretary.
Mitt Romney Taken To Hospital For 'A Lot Of Stitches' After Fall In BostonSen. Mitt Romney was knocked unconscious and taken to the hospital for "a lot of stitches" on his eyebrow and eyelid after a fall over the weekend, he told reporters Monday.
Elizabeth Warren Introduces 'Ultra-Millionaire Tax Act'Warren and other progressive Democrats want the ultra-wealthy to pay for new spending.
Boston Will Avoid Holding Multiple Mayoral ElectionsA measure aimed at eliminating the need for a special election in Boston if Mayor Marty Walsh steps down to become labor secretary was signed into law.
Supply Is Biggest Issue Baker Tells Panel Examining Bumpy Vaccine RolloutGovernor Charlie Baker testified late Thursday morning before the oversight committee looking into the state's bumpy vaccination rollout.
Former State Rep. David Nangle Pleads Guilty To Fraud ChargesThe 60-year-old Democrat from Lowell who was arrested last February changed his plea to "guilty" on Wednesday.
Direct Payments, Minimum Wage Hike: Where The Economic Relief Bill StandsThings usually move slowly in Washington D.C. but the $1.9 trillion pandemic relief/stimulus package proposed by President Biden is on a fast track.
State Representative Dr. Jon Santiago Joins Boston Mayor's RaceState Representative and emergency room doctor Jon Santiago is joining the race for mayor of Boston.