WBZ TV's Jon Keller talks to Natalia Linos, who's one of 9 Democrats running to fill Rep. Joe Kennedy's 4th Congressional District seat.
WBZ TV's Jon Keller talks to Alan Khazei, who's one of 9 Democrats running to fill Rep. Joe Kennedy's 4th Congressional District seat.
WBZ TV's Jon Keller talks to Ben Sigel, who's one of 9 Democrats running to fill Rep. Joe Kennedy's 4th Congressional District seat.
Craig Sandler, the CEO of State House News, said he believes Gov. Charlie Baker is in a position to make changes to the state's reopening plan if needed.
President Trump suggested in a tweet Thursday morning that the 2020 presidential election be delayed.
“Places receiving federal funding won't have to show that they’re supporting integration."
A new MassINC poll of nearly 800 registered voters here finds 81% approve of Baker’s crisis management. Only 14% disapprove.
Jon said it was surprising how much Sen. Ed Markey continued to struggle to deflect Rep. Joe Kennedy’s attacks in their latest debate.
Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone was critical of the state’s coronavirus measures, calling them a “failure” and saying there is “no leadership.”
The message from top D.C. Republicans to states and local communities remains clear: Don’t expect another aid package from us.
The numbers don’t lie – it was the suburbs that elected Donald Trump four years ago.
WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller talks to Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker.
Jon Keller answers questions about current political and policy issues.
Northeastern journalism professor Dan Kennedy joined WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller to discuss Kennedy’s annual “New England Muzzle Awards.”
WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller spoke to Segun Idowu, the executive director of the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts.
Mayor Marty Walsh said there as a great deal of “uncertainty and unpredictability” surrounding how the economy will rebound following the coronavirus pandemic.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh told WBZ-TV Friday he advised against the Boston Police Commissioner's meeting with Attorney General William Barr.
In the weeks since the death of George Floyd, many companies have pledged to address racial inequality. But will it really happen?
How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected the mood and outlook of Americans? A massive national poll has been measuring that, and some of their findings may surprise you.
Ed Davis said he does not believe President Trump will be able to help with police reform, and instead change will come at the local level.
Marketing expert John Carroll said there is a risk in the rush to be righteous.
Current and past polling sketch the outlines of striking change in public attitudes toward police violence against civilians.
Within minutes of the start of the debate, Sen. Ed Markey was on the attack against Rep. Joe Kennedy with an intensity lacking in last week’s Western Massachusetts debate.
WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller talks to former Massachusetts senator and current U.S. Ambassador to New Zealand Scott Brown.
With the sharp erosion of his support over his handling of the pandemic and the collapse of the economy, the president may feel he has nowhere else to turn.
Rep. Joe Kennedy was on the attack from the start. Inexplicably, Sen. Ed Markey never pushed back.
President Trump lectured governors grappling with street violence, repeatedly accusing them of being weak.
Jon Hurst, the president of the Retailers Association of Massachusetts, said up to 30% of small businesses may not reopen due to coronavirus shutdowns.
Social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook have been reluctant to take costly and controversial steps to weed out lies and slander on their platforms.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren said coronavirus reopening in the stat must be based on data, adding that “we’re going to have to learn as we go along.”
President Trump is threatening to hold up federal funding to Michigan after the state announced every registered voter will receive an application for an absentee ballot in the mail.
WBZ-TV political analyst talks to Boston NAACP president Tanisha Sullivan about the convention being postponed due to coronavirus.
A new CBS News poll shows confidence in President Trump's handling of the coronavirus outbreak has slipped, with independents deserting him in droves.
Without federal aid soon, Harvard economist Jeffrey Frankel says we could be facing a bloodbath.
It was billed as one of the hottest primary races in the country. Then all of a sudden, the pandemic intervened.
Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins said she is concerned about a recent uptick in gun violence in Boston.
WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller answers viewer questions about the coronavirus.
Jon Keller takes a closer look at a new poll that shows most of Massachusetts approves of Gov. Baker’s handling of the coronavirus crisis.
Jon says Elizabeth Warren for vice president is not going to happen.
Political analyst Jon Keller talked to Liz Walker, former WBZ-TV anchor and current senior pastor at Roxbury Presbyterian Church.