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The Herald’s ‘None of the Above’ Endorsement Is Such a Copout

Two weeks after the Globe endorsed Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, the Herald has at last spoken up and endorsed…nobody. “With all the great talent this nation has produced, […]

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New WBUR Poll Shows More Support for Legalizing Marijuana, Keeping Charter Cap

Massachusetts voters are increasingly in favor legalizing recreational marijuana and keeping the state cap on charter school expansion this November, according to the latest poll […]

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Today’s Your Last Chance to Register to Vote in Massachusetts

Today—Wednesday, October 19—is the last day to register to vote in Massachusetts in time for the November 8 election. If you haven’t registered to vote […]

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Hillary Clinton Is Beating Donald Trump in Massachusetts by 26 Points

The sky is still blue, the sun continues to set in the west, and Hillary Clinton will win Massachusetts in the general election. So says […]

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Dems’ Fundraiser after GOP Firebombing Has Roots in Brookline

An effort to raise thousands of dollars to rebuild a North Carolina Republican headquarters firebombed over the weekend has roots in Brookline. The campaign, launched […]

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Elizabeth Warren Clucks Like a Chicken to Taunt Donald Trump

When Sen. Elizabeth Warren endorsed Hillary Clinton earlier this year, pundits speculated that she and her fiery, progressive rhetoric would serve as the Democratic nominee’s […]

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Tom Brady Says His Friend Donald Trump Always Calls Him After Patriots Games

Tom Brady caught flak last week for refusing to answer a question about his friendship with Donald Trump after the Republican presidential nominee caught bragging […]

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Charlie Baker Maintains He Still Isn’t Voting for Trump or Clinton

Despite an early disavowal of his party’s presidential nominee, Gov. Charlie Baker maintained that he still isn’t voting for Donald Trump, nor his Democratic opponent, […]

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Curt Schilling’s Political Career Off to a Fabulous Start

There likely aren’t too many people at Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s office worried about a Curt Schilling challenge in 2018. The three-time World Series champion and […]

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Mike Huckabee Has Almost Certainly Never Watched the Ending of Jaws

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee has said that his favorite movie is a toss-up between Casablanca and The Godfather, Part II. Chances are good he’s seen the endings of […]

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WikiLeaks Emails Show Clinton Camp Was Worried Warren Might Endorse Sanders

Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign grew increasingly worried that Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a powerful voice in the left-wing of the Democratic Party, might endorse her primary […]

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Rob Delaney Launches Anti-Former Trump Supporter Fundraiser

Donald Trump has said any number of shocking things over the course of his campaign. Some Republicans, such as Mitt Romney, have disavowed him from […]

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MIT Professor Behind Obamacare Calls Trump’s Policies a ‘Garbage Salad’

Jonathan Gruber, the MIT professor who was an architect of Massachusetts’ 2006 healthcare overhaul and the Affordable Care Act, has lambasted Donald Trump after he was mentioned in […]

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Joe Kelly Is Leaving Red Sox Playoffs Tickets for Debate Sensation Ken Bone

He ripped the seat of his finest olive suit, prompting him to wear his now internationally known red pullover. But a much better seat awaits presidential […]

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After Months of Support, Ayotte Calls on Trump to Step Down

One week after saying he’s “absolutely” a role model for children, Sen. Kelly Ayotte has called on Donald Trump to resign from the Republican ticket. When asked if the […]