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Scott Brown's much anticipated Granite State brawl with Sen. Jeanne Shaheen has turned out to be more of a Granite State bust.
Incoming House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy has high hopes for the GOP come November, predicting a two to 12 seat gain in the House and an 80 percent chance of the Senate flipping.
Forecasters say more powerful thunderstorms with strong winds and heavy rain could affect portions of Massachusetts, even as the region cleans up from the latest round of severe storms.
After the U.S. Supreme Court's 9-0 McCullen v. Coakley ruling struck down Massachusetts's abortion center "buffer zone" law in June, the state legislature rushed another, slightly watered-down version through the House last week.
The campaign of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley is lashing out at rival Steve Grossman after an attack ad released by a SuperPAC supporting Grossman.
Former presidential nominee Mitt Romney would win the popular vote if a rematch of the 2012 election against President Obama were held today, a CNN/ORC poll has revealed.
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney apparently mixed up two prominent African-American women during the 2012 campaign, according to The New York Times.
Gov. Deval Patrick has signed into law a bill that gives the stores permission to begin doing business at 10 a.m. instead of at noon.
A recent lawsuit claiming that Uber, the fast-growing online ride-matching service, is misclassifying drivers as independent contractors could only be filed in Massachusetts.
With the Probation Department trial in the books with guilty verdicts, where do prosecutors go next to find corruption in Massachusetts state government? There are a lot of candidates - starting with the Legislature, obviously - but here are a few other places history shows might warrant a few subpoenas: With more than 6,000 employees, including ... (more)
Republicans hoping to loosen the Democratic party's tight grip on state government say the verdict in the probation department trial points to the dangers of one-party dominance in Massachusetts.
Health law opponents and conservative academics are highlighting a two-year-old video of Gruber - who has advised both the Obama administration and then-Gov. Mitt Romney's Massachusetts health reform effort - in which he seems to agree that the law's health insurance subsidies can't be awarded through federal-run exchanges, only through the ... (more)
The 204,750-square-foot class A office building is 95 percent leased to tenants including the state Executive Office of Health and Human Services, the Department of Transitional Assistance and the Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Council.
The percentage of teens receiving the human papillomavirus vaccine remains ''unacceptably low'' and doctors' failure to recommend it as strongly as other vaccines may be partly to blame, officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday.
Massachusetts is offering to house hundreds of unaccompanied minors who've been detained crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 07:45 am
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