In other news Monday, the death toll reached 22 after severe flooding from weekend storms in Tennessee, Mississippi and Kentucky. Also, a boil-water advisory continues for nearly 2 million people around Boston after a water main break. Continue reading
Twenty years ago this week, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston was the site of the biggest art heist in history. Jeffrey Brown talks to Ulrich Boser, author of “The Gardner Heist” and who has been following recent developments in the case, to see if authorities are any closer to catching the thieves.
President Obama traveled to Massachusetts on Sunday to stump for Democratic candidate Martha Coakley in the increasingly tight race to fill the Senate seat of the late Edward M. Kennedy. Continue reading
Gov. Deval Patrick has set the date for a special election to finish out Edward M. Kennedy’s term in the Senate. Two Massachusetts lawmakers debate the decision. Continue reading
Mourners lined up from Cape Cod to the JFK Library in Boston to commemorate the life of Sen. Edward Kennedy. Kwame Holman reports. Continue reading
The arrest of Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates at his own home in Cambridge, Mass., made headlines again Thursday, after President Obama commented on the controversy during Wednesday’s news conference. Ray Suarez talks to analysts about the larger issues at play. Continue reading