Dan Winslow wins FEC ruling on donations from gay couples: The Federal Election Commission ruled Thursday that married gay couples must receive equal treatment under election laws. Jim O'Sullivan reports.
Archives shed light on Robert Kennedy's tenure as AG: 7,500 pages of records were released Wednesday from Robert F. Kennedy's tenure as US attorney general in the 1960s, long-contested documents that scholars have been anticipating for years. Peter Schworm details the records.
Kennedy alone in delegation with vote backing NSA: US Representative Joseph P. Kennedy III, the only member of the Massachusetts House delegation to vote against legislation curtailing the government's data snooping power, said Thursday he would be "adamant" in advocating for increased congressional oversight of such programs. Jim O'Sullivan reports.
Candidates try to stand out: When you're one of a dozen people running for mayor, extreme measures must be taken to capture attention. Andrew Ryan details the different campaigns.