Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) on Tuesday once again used Equal Pay Day to signal her support for equalizing the gender pay gap between men and women—without addressing her own history of failing to pay Senate staffers equally.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) on Thursday offered a half-answer when questioned by reporters in Massachusetts about her political future.
Two of the most liberal states in the country killed off legislation that would have legalized assisted suicide.
A Massachusetts state lawmaker wants to remove a tribute to Civil War General Joe Hooker, arguing it might be offensive to women.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick (D.) reflected last week on the Democratic Party’s failures in 2016 and said he’s considering a 2020 presidential run.
The 10 most popular governors in the U.S. are all Republicans, according to a newly released survey.
Doctors in Massachusetts are speaking out against a proposal to approve physician-assisted suicide, arguing that its End of Life Options Act could force all doctors to participate in doling out lethal medication and pressure patients into suicide.
The three Democrats gunning for Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker’s (R.) job in 2018 revealed Saturday that they are ready to jump on the single-payer bandwagon.
The Federal Election Commission has fined a federal contractor $34,000 for unlawfully donating to a pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC during the 2016 presidential election.