- Mass., Conn., RI senators highlight climate change Updated: Mar-08-14 4:16 pm
- Sen. Markey to discuss drug abuse crisis in Mass. Updated: Mar-07-14 3:02 am
- Heroin uptick in Mass. sparks national reaction Updated: Feb-24-14 5:45 pm
- Mass. congress members stockpiling campaign cash Updated: Feb-22-14 2:19 pm
- White House drug policy adviser plans Mass. talk Updated: Feb-22-14 9:19 am
- US Sen. Markey calls for "personalized" gun law Updated: Feb-19-14 3:42 pm
- Sen. Markey stockpiling cash for re-election bid Updated: Feb-15-14 1:27 pm
- Inspector general focuses on coal leasing problems Updated: Feb-08-14 12:10 am
HARTFORD, Connecticut - U.S. senators from Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island are among 28 lawmakers who are preparing to hold the Senate floor all night long to urge congressional action on climate change.
TAUNTON, Massachusetts - Drug addiction must be treated as a disease and the country can't arrest its way out of a heroin and prescription drug epidemic, White House Drug Policy Director Gil Kerlikowske said Monday as officials gathered to discuss a recent spike in heroin overdoses in Taunton.
BOSTON - Members of Massachusetts' all-Democratic congressional delegation are stockpiling campaign cash as they head into another election year, with many relying heavily on contributions from political action committees as they try to hold off Republicans intent on breaking their grip.
TAUNTON, Massachusetts - U.S. Sen. Edward Markey is set to join President Barack Obama's drug czar in Massachusetts to discuss ways of curbing fatalities caused by prescription drug abuse and an epidemic of heroin deaths this year.
BOSTON - U.S. Sen. Edward Markey has unveiled a gun control bill he says will help reduce firearm violence by requiring all new guns be "personalized" so they can only be fired by their owners or other authorized users.
BOSTON - U.S. Sen. Edward Markey is ramping up his fundraising efforts as he gears up a re-election bid this year.
BILLINGS, Montana - Coal sales in Western states are getting more scrutiny from federal lawmakers amid new revelations Friday about officials accepting below-market bids for some coal sales and possibly illegally negotiating with companies over prices.