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The luckiest guy on earth (hint: it’s Scott Brown)

The former senator is living his best life as ambassador in COVID-vanquishing New Zealand. Ask about his Independence Day rager. → Read More

Here are some of Friday’s front pages with coronavirus news about President Trump

'TRUMP HAS VIRUS,' one headline says. → Read More

Here’s the early reaction to President Trump’s announcement he tested positive for COVID-19

“We are now in the midst of a national security crisis," said journalist Carl Bernstein. → Read More

Democratic Senate candidates to debate on June 1

US Senator Edward J. Markey and his primary challenger, Congressman Joseph P. Kennedy III, are set to tangle in a live televised debate at 7 p.m. on Monday, June 1, that will broadcast from Western Mass News in Springfield. → Read More

SJC rules in favor of UMass student newspaper editor in defamation case

The Supreme Judicial Court said Cady Vishniac can’t be held liable for publishing a synopsis of a police blotter item alongside photos police released. → Read More

Here’s what Massachusetts political leaders are resolving to do in 2020

We asked: What’s your New Year’s resolution? → Read More

Bernie Sanders tells N.H. voters why he can beat Trump

As the Vermont senator kicked off a new chapter of his presidential campaign, his pitch was as much about plausibility — that his plans and his candidacy were likely to succeed — as passion. → Read More

Don’t count on legal sports gambling in Mass. this football season

Part of lawmakers’ hesitation stems from concerns that betting on games might yield a relatively small amount of tax revenue in the context of a $43 billion state budget. → Read More

Kennedy confirms he’s interested in Senate primary: ‘I’m not sure this is a moment for waiting’

Representative Joe Kennedy III acknowledged on Monday he is considering a run for US Senate in 2020, raising the prospect he will challenge the incumbent, Senator Edward J. Markey, in a Democratic primary. → Read More

A year later, MGM Springfield slow to make inroads in crowded gambling market

MGM’s gambling revenues have come in far below projections. The number of employees has fallen sharply. “For lease” signs still hang in storefront windows downtown. What happened? → Read More

Ed Markey brings on top campaign aide — as consultant in controversy departs

A former state party chairman will be the senator’s top campaign aide as a campaign adviser who retweeted a nasty attack on Representative Joe Kennedy’s family leaves. → Read More

In Framingham, voters are split on the prospect of a Joe Kennedy run against Ed Markey

“Good idea!” one voter said a potential Kennedy run. Said another about the possibility: “The whole idea is craziness.” → Read More

Shedding jobs and lagging on revenue, Springfield casino is still on right path, president says

“I feel good about the trajectory,” Michael Mathis told reporters Monday. → Read More

Encore’s rich flora blooms thanks to one man’s botanic expertise

Patrick Chadwick is the flower foreman, shrub whisperer, tree tender-in-chief at the Everett casino. He aims to deliver “a transcendental garden experience” at Encore Boston Harbor. → Read More

Majority of Mass. members of Congress backing Ed Markey’s reelection bid

Six of Markey’s Massachusetts colleagues in Congress have endorsed his 2020 bid for another six-year term. → Read More

At Encore Boston Harbor, gamblers are all-in on table games

Encore Boston Harbor has raked in the majority of its gambling revenue from table games. That’s a surprising marker in the casino industry, which typically relies on slot machines for most of its cash. → Read More

Sorry, Charlie! Ongoing spat between Baker, state GOP leaves governor’s political operation locked out

The ongoing spat has left the governor’s team locked out of fund-raising databases for a month. → Read More

After intraparty GOP spat becomes public, Baker fund-raiser for state party canceled

Governor Baker was set to headline the event with MassGOP chairman Jim Lyons, but the Globe reported Thursday that the MassGOP and Baker’s committee are feuding over access to lucrative donor databases. → Read More

Mike Pence set to attend Nantucket fund-raiser on Saturday

Governor Charlie Baker is set to greet Pence at the airport, according to Baker aides. Baker is doing so in his official capacity and won’t attend the fund-raiser, they said. → Read More

MassGOP and Charlie Baker’s political team clash over donor databases

In a letter sent to software giant Salesforce.com, a MassGOP lawyer said the company had “unlawfully” blocked the party from its databases and “knowingly allowed access by unauthorized third parties,” in an apparent reference to Baker’s political team. → Read More