DA Rachael Rollins Criticizes Boston Globe, Michael O'Keefe For Op-Ed
Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins criticized The Boston Globe's decision to publish a column in its opinion pages last week by Cape and Islands District Attorney Michael O'Keefe that — without naming Rollins — criticized a new generation of prosecutors that he characterized as "social justice" district attorneys.

Boston Police Start Wearing Body Cameras
Five years ago, officers in the Western Massachusetts town of Gill became the first in the state to wear body cameras, with more than a dozen Massachusetts departments following suit. This week Boston Police started wearing body cameras, a move that advocates have long said would help reduce abuses of power and racial profiling. Tina Martin reports.

Three Boston City Council Candidates — 2 Running Against Each Other — Share Office, Resources
It's not unusual for political candidates to pick running mates that campaign for office on the same ticket, like presidents and vice presidents. But a group of candidates all vying for seats on the Boston City Council are forming a different kind of coalition, with three candidates — two incumbents and a hopeful — all sharing office space and resources. Incumbents Kim Janey and Michelle Wu are sharing a campaign office with candidate Alejandra St. Guillen, who is running for the same seat as Wu. They say the move is a new model of doing local politics that emphasizes supporting each other with the goal of advancing a shared vision for the city.

Jim Braude was joined by City Councilors Michelle Wu and Kim Janey, and candidate for City Council At-Large Alejandra St. Guillen.

IMHO: It’s The Economy, Trump
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on why a recent report on the impact of Trump’s tax cuts might not be great news for the president’s 2020 run.