When it comes to the race for president, is America’s glass half full — or half empty?
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A Trump victory is contrary to conventional wisdom, as well as the betting odds. But Trump has surprised before and I think he’ll surprise again.
A woman lands on the $20 bill just as paper money becomes obsolete. That sounds about right.
One wonders whether the backlash is more an effort to garner good PR than it is genuine, deep-seated offense at egregious public policy.
As everything changes, (thankfully) baseball stays the same.
While much has been made of the humanitarian and geopolitical rationales for America’s thaw with Cuba, the real driver is something altogether different.
A President Trump will discover — as have many presidents before him — just how weak his office really is.
In this election year, policy matters far less than attitude.
Waiting would be a calculated risk for Democrats, but the payoff makes it a worthwhile consideration.
If you’re Bloomberg, right now your mind is a swirl of emotions: horror, anticipation, excitement.
Hillary Clinton was no more the winner in Iowa than her husband was “the comeback kid” in the 1992 New Hampshire primary.
Picking apart Donald Trump’s trademark slogan, which — as it turns out — was also used by Ronald Reagan at one point.
Some thought the new football drama, “Concussion,” might do real damage to the sport. That appears to be a very unlikely outcome.
Both the Democrats and the GOP face big issues internally. Tom Keane offers a modest proposal on behalf of the Bay State.
Today’s Republicans remember the GOP as the party of Lincoln and wonder where it has gone. Trump may be just the one, perversely, to help bring those glory days back.
Lofty words about being green ultimately run up against blunt economic realities.
President Donald Trump? The unthinkable becomes more thinkable by the day.
Just because a restaurant gets an “A,” it doesn’t mean you should actually eat there.
If not to carbo-load for a Black Friday mall run, what is Thanksgiving for?
The state inspector general is right. The BRA’s 2013 land deal with the Red Sox could have been handled better. But the result still would have been the same.
A little over a year before voters go to the polls, a taking stock of the race for the White House.
The space adventure book-turned-movie offers a valuable lesson in how politics and public policy should be conducted: as a shared endeavor aimed at problem solving.
Just as the wonders of technology have changed everything from taking taxis to making travel plans, so too our digital age is transforming the lowly parking meter.
In recent months, Gov. Baker and Mayor Walsh have both refused to release their text messages. Tom Keane argues they are right to do so.
Are we in a time warp, somehow thrown back to the 1970s? Women in all-male bastions? Heavens-to-Betsy, what a shocking and bold move!