Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Joshua Miller and Matt Stout Globe Staff November 14, 2018 And now . . . 2022.In Massachusetts, where politics is both blood sport and parlor game, it’s never too early to think about who might run for governor in four years.Okay, okay, it’s too early! But days after Governor Charlie Baker won a resounding reelection victory, political insiders, prodded by the Globe, are already talking about who might run next time around. Advertisement In interviews with 22 of them (22 on ’22!), Attorney General Maura T. Healey, a Democrat who just won a second term, is beloved by the grass roots, and has cut something of a national profile, is running a mile ahead of the pack. Get Metro Headlines in your inbox: The 10 top local news stories from metro Boston and around New England delivered daily. Thank you for signing up! Sign up for more … [Read more...] about You’ll hate-read this story that speculates about who might run for Massachusetts governor in 2022
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | Meet Ruth Buffalo, Who Beat the Sponsor of North Dakota’s ID Law Supported by ByMaggie Astor Nov. 13, 2018 In the end, the Native American tribes of North Dakota could not save their preferred candidate, Senator Heidi Heitkamp, from a double-digit loss. But, galvanized by anger over the state’s voter ID law and aided by the intensive efforts of tribal leaders and advocacy groups, they turned out for last week’s election in numbers unprecedented even for a presidential election, much less a midterm. In Sioux County, where the Standing Rock Indian Reservation is, turnout was up 105 percent from the last midterm elections in 2014 and 17 percent from the 2016 presidential election, according to data from the North Dakota secretary of state’s office. In Rolette County, home to the … [Read more...] about Meet Ruth Buffalo, Who Beat the Sponsor of North Dakota’s ID Law
CAMBRIDGE — The 60-plus Harvard Law School professors who filed into an auditorium-style room on the first floor of Pound Hall on that February 1993 afternoon had a significant question to answer: Should they offer a job to Elizabeth Warren?The atmosphere was a little fraught. Outside the hall, students held a silent vigil to demand the law school add more minorities and women to a faculty dominated by white men. Related Links What Harvard professors say about Elizabeth Warren’s hiring The discussion among Harvard professors inside that room is supposed to remain a secret, but it’s still being dissected a quarter of a century later because the resulting vote set Warren on her way to becoming a national figure and a favored target for conservative critics, among them, notably and caustically, President Trump.Was Warren on the agenda because, as her critics say, she had decided to self-identify as a Native American woman and Harvard saw a chance to diversify … [Read more...] about Did claiming Native American heritage actually help Elizabeth Warren get ahead? No, but it’s complicated
"Self-upgrader" forcibly removed from Korean Air business class Chris McGinnis Updated 10:33 pm PDT, Wednesday, August 1, 2018 Photo: Chris McGinnis In Seoul, a woman was reportedly dragged out of business class on a Korean Air 777 like this one parked at SFO In Seoul, a woman was reportedly dragged out of business class on a... An American woman was forcibly removed from a business-class seat on a Korean Air flight bound for San Francisco International Airport this week, according to various sources. A video of the incident has been posted on the Korea JoongAng Daily YouTube page. (Note: The original video, now disabled, was not pixelated, and was more dramatic because it showed facial expressions. But you can still get a good idea of the incident from the pixelated version.) Korean website AllKPop.com reports: "The woman, who originally booked an economy seat, sat down in the business class seating … [Read more...] about American woman dragged off SFO-bound flight from Seoul [VIDEO]
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