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The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association said Thursday that the former New Hampshire senator is stepping down as CEO after taking that position in May. He'll be replaced as CEO by Ken Bentsen, a former president of the group, which represents Bank of America Corp. and Goldman Sachs Group, among many other banks and securities ... (more)
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Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown has been hinting at a bid in the New Hampshire Senatorial race for at least six months now, and now the state's GOP officials are beginning to take him seriously.
It's not clear if former Senator Scott Brown, once the shining star of Massachusetts Republicans, is serious about running for Senate in New Hampshire.
Assistant U.S. Attorney, Brian Kelly, who prosecuted infamous mobster "Whitey" Bulger, has joined Nixon Peabody LLP, the law firm announced this week.
Sen. John Cornyn responds to a question as GOP senators hold a media availability following the Senate Republican Annual meeting January 27, 2010 in Washington, DC.
The raft of stories over the last week, the latest being today's piece in Business Insider, about Democratic Party infighting has nicely illustrated something conservatives have known for a while.
Republican operatives cede Dold's race will be tough in 2014, but they also argue that if any Republican can win in Illinois' 10th District, it's him.
The high-powered Hub law firm that earlier this year lured Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone away from law enforcement and made former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown a network personality has now pirated the federal prosecutor who put mob monster James "Whitey" Bulger away for life.
With a new White House push to promote the Affordable Care Act well underway, the question is whether an improved HealthCare.gov site and onslaught of positive talking points will be enough to bolster Senate Democrats facing tough races in 2014.
By Marc Fortier: Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown took a shot at his former political rival, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, during a stop in Londonderry on Thursday night.
Sen. Rand Paul said Sunday he opposes extending unemployment benefits for workers, arguing that it would be a "disservice" to jobless individuals.
After an ill-fated first stab at filling a vacancy in this city's federal court, the dysfunctional U.S. Senate may yet propel first-term Hampden District Attorney Mark G. Mastroianni to the bench.
State Sen. Katherine M. Clark has whipped through $1.2 million despite being the front-runner in the race for Edward J. Markey's congressional seat, a breakneck spending spree experts call the latest Democratic effort to beat back the ghost of Martha Coakley past.