Peter KadzisJuly 19, 2018 03:38 PM
The Scrum: Republican Beth Lindstrom On Donald Trump And The Race Against Elizabeth WarrenThe small businesswoman and veteran GOP operative on where she'd push back against the president — and where she wouldn't
Adam ReillyJuly 3, 2018 05:23 PM
The Scrum: The Muzzle Awards, Or, The Year In Free-Speech FailuresBorn at the Boston Phoenix and resurrected at WGBH News, the Muzzles are a local rite of summer.
Adam ReillyJune 19, 2018 03:03 PM
The Scrum: The SJC, Helicopter Politics, And Dorchester's House From HellExcluding the 'millionaires' tax' from the November ballot is a blow to Democrats, what's it mean for Gov. Charlie Baker?
Adam ReillyJune 3, 2018 11:37 AM
In Worcester, Mass. Dems Rebuke Bill Galvin And Wax Ambivalent On Charlie BakerThere were two big developments at the 2018 Massachusetts Democratic Party convention: challenger Josh Zakim getting an endorsement in the secretary of state's race over six-term incumbent Bill Galvin, and Jay Gonzalez winning the endorsement for governor in resounding fashion over Bob Massie. But the convention also highlighted the awkward fact that, with the general election just five months away, Democrats aren't sure whether to attack Republican Governor Charlie Baker or ignore him. WGBH News's Adam Reilly, Peter Kadzis, and Mike Deehan size up what happened in Worcester with Zakim, Mass Dems chair Gus Bickford, and Quentin Palfrey, who won the convention's endorsement for lieutenant governor — and get some instant analysis and insight from Gintautas Dumcius of Mass Live and the Springfield Republican and Lauren Dezenski of Politico.
Adam ReillyMay 17, 2018 04:41 PM
Housing: Boston City Hall Versus The MarketCan Boston's politicians keep the city from becoming another San Francisco?
WGBH NewsApril 30, 2018 09:14 AM
GOP Rumbles In WorcesterThe surprise at the GOP convention was conservative Lively's almost 28 percent showing, which was more than double what establishment Republicans predicted.
Adam ReillyApril 12, 2018 02:00 PM
The Scrum Takes the State HouseIt’s been a tempting narrative every since Stan Roseberg’s hold on his former post began to slip away: compared to the tightly controlled, almost mechanical Massachusetts House, the Mass. Senate is a body in disarray. But does the storyline hold up? Peter Kadzis and Adam Reilly kick it around with Mike Deehan, WGBH News’s State House correspondent, and State House News Service reporter Katie Lannan.
Adam ReillyMarch 28, 2018 02:00 PM
Dan Kennedy on the Future of NewspapersDan Kennedy discusses his new book.
Adam ReillyMarch 15, 2018 12:00 PM
Deval Patrick 2020: Time to Take It SeriouslyMove over, Elizabeth Warren—there’s another #mapoli luminary stirring speculation of a 2020 presidential run. Former Governor Deval Patrick’s recent comments to an NPR affiliate in Kansas City, Missouri have stoked talk that he might be eyeing the White House, and there’s other circumstantial evidence that suggests it’s not just idle chatter. But how likely is it that Warren and Patrick would both get in the race?