For years, Elizabeth Warren has gotten top billing as one of President Trump’s chief critics. But these days, several other Massachusetts Democrats are gaining national attention for their leading roles
The decision out of Washington last week to end a policy that protected black and brown students from unfair and often racist disciplinary practices could have easily passed with little
Massachusetts congresswomen on Tuesday introduced a bill that represents the first sweeping federal effort to address the systemic legal and workplace inequities exposed by the viral #MeToo movement — including
Alex Acosta did not deny that he broke the law when he made a plea bargain deal with sex trafficker and child rapist Jeffrey Epstein, a billionaire friend of Trump’s.
Speaking at a town hall in Cambridge last week, U.S. Rep. Katherine Clark (D-Melrose) urged her constituents to contact legislators from around the country and encourage their support for equal
As Vice Chair of the House Democratic Caucus, Katherine is focused on cleaning up corruption in politics, protecting Social Security and Medicare, and reducing health care costs. Click here to
The new federal farm bill President Trump is expected to sign into law Thursday features a provision that protects pets as part of a larger domestic violence initiative. Surrounded by
Three days before the election, Katherine Clark flipped open her bright-pink iPhone case and called up one of the Democratic candidates the party was leaning on to help regain the House majority: Angie Craig, a former health care executive running for a suburban seat in Minnesota.
The incumbent Democrat is looking to hold her 5th Congressional District seat against Republican John Hugo.
Despite new polling that shows positive signs for Republicans, Rep. Katherine Clark (D-MA), who is the co-chair of the DCCC’s “Red to Blue” program, says she senses a blue wave