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'Turning point': Women of color increasingly leading Boston
For the better part of a century, the iconic image of a Boston mayor typically conjured up the figure of James Michael Curley — the real-life Irish-American ...
When Something Breaks, Moms Pick Up the Pieces. What Happens When Moms Break?
I literally have no options.’” Meng believes if there were more moms of young children in Congress, “our policies and our legislation would be a lot more family-friendly.” As it is, the imbalance of ...
Dartmouth bound: Two Newmarket seniors get Ivy League acceptance
Zoe McGuirk and Taylor Kenison were both accepted as part of the Ivy League school’s early admissions program.
Swampscott's intrepid reporter, Adam Reilly, talks politics, formative years
Swampscott resident and GBH Reporter Adam Reilly talks about his journalism career covering media and politics.
POLITICO Playbook: Scoop: Anti-Big Tech crusader poised to join Biden admin
TIMOTHY WU, the Columbia University professor and antitrust crusader who coined the term “net neutrality,” is likely to join the White House National Economic Council, according to sources familiar ...
Pelosi is the GOP’s campaign villain. Can Marjorie Taylor Greene fill that role for Democrats?
Democrats have spent years trying — and mostly failing — to find a Republican lawmaker to use as a national campaign boogeyman.
How Progressives Are Building Power in the Biden White House
Progressives are a big part of our party and making sure their voices are heard here at the White House is a big part of my job,” Chief of Staff Ron Klain told The Daily Beast.
Inside Biden’s Left-Wing Brain Trust
In order to understand just how open the lines of communication are between the progressive left and President Joe Biden, look no further than White House chief of staff Ron Klain’s call log. Klain ...
The Deep Rot of the Massachusetts Democratic Party
The Bay State’s deep-blue reputation obscures a cynical political establishment that’s more interested in accruing power than in advancing progressive policies.
How Biden United a Fractious Party Under One Tent
President Biden and progressive Democrats are united by a moment of national crisis and the lingering influence of his predecessor. But the moment of harmony may be fragile.
Inside Andrew Yang's presidential campaign which former employees say was rife with sexism and a hostile 'bro culture'
"We didn't account for how much our male-dominated culture alienated female and non-binary employees. I wish we had," Andrew Yang told Insider in a statement.
Dave Chappelle’s endorsement matters, but not in the way Andrew Yang wants
The comedian was doing the unglamorous grunt work of phone banking last week on behalf of businessman Andrew Yang, the underdog Democratic presidential candidate who Chappelle has endorsed. A woman ...