Wall Street Takes Over More Statehouses

Wall Street Takes Over More Statehouses

Forget the GOP -- the financial services industry was the biggest winner of the 2014 midterms. ...

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Ebola Efforts Tax Strapped Public Health Agencies

Ebola Efforts Tax Strapped Public Health Agencies

Budget cuts are endangering public health when it comes to Ebola preparedness. ...

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Progressives Don’t Need Washington All That Much

Progressives Don’t Need Washington All That Much

If Washington won't help move good ideas forward, liberals should go around it. ...

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Midterm Roundup: Coakley Collapsing Again?

Midterm Roundup: Coakley Collapsing Again?

Get all of the latest news from the campaign trail. ...

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Ebola, Pandering And Courage

Ebola, Pandering And Courage

What a Massachusetts House race can teach us about our shallow midterm campaigns. ...

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Midterm Roundup: Willie Horton 2.0

Midterm Roundup: Willie Horton 2.0

Get all of the latest news from the campaign trail. ...

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On The Road In Search Of Indie Bookstores – Northeast Edition

On The Road In Search Of Indie Bookstores – Northeast Edition

I admit it, I love shopping online as much as the next person.  It probably started with Amazon more years ago than I care to remember, and very quickly morphed into my default wa ...

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Scott Brown’s Comeback Has Been A Disaster

Scott Brown’s Comeback Has Been A Disaster

It should not be particularly surprising news that former Massachusetts senator Scott Brown is floundering in his attempt to return to Congress, this time as a senator from New Ha ...

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High-Tech Firms Focus On Energy Efficiency To Confront Climate Change

High-Tech Firms Focus On Energy Efficiency To Confront Climate Change

By Evan Halper, Tribune Washington Bureau WASHINGTON -- As President Barack Obama pushes ahead on a strategy for confronting climate change that relies heavily on energy efficienc ...

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Report: ‘Less Than 1 Percent’ Of Massachusetts Residents Are Now Uninsured

Report: ‘Less Than 1 Percent’ Of Massachusetts Residents Are Now Uninsured

As a number of Republican leaders across the nation continue to demonstrate their opposition to the Affordable Care Act by refusing to expand Medicaid in their states, one state i ...

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