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James Driscoll matched the Puerto Rico Open record with a 9-under 63 on Friday to take a one-stroke lead after the second round.
Brian Stuard birdied seven his first 12 holes in windy conditions Thursday to take the first-round lead in the Puerto Rico Open.
Former Sen. Scott Brown said that all the Democratic Party attacks that have been unleashed against him in recent weeks aimed at driving him from the political stage are really having the opposite effect.
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When Martha Coakley graduated from law school, her father gave her a plaque that read "sometimes the best man for the job is a woman." She's spent the past several decades trying to prove him right.
Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown's half brother pleaded guilty Monday to impersonating a federal law enforcement officer, authorities said, describing how he stopped boaters off the Connecticut coast and an incident in which he investigated youths for drugs.
Former Mass. Sen. Scott Brown and Fox News renewed a contract deal that puts the ex-politico back on air as an official contributor, a cable network executive said Wednesday.
Former Sen. Scott Brown broke ties with Fox News just a year after coming aboard as an official contributor, fueling more talk of a new bid for political office.
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren's political action committee has reported raising more than half a million dollars in 2013, money she says will go in part to trying to block a Republican takeover of the Senate.
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown took part in the "Penguin Plunge" in New Hampshire over the weekend to raise money for the Special Olympics — adding to the speculation that he will run for Senate.
Now that it's legal for special interest groups to raise and spend unlimited amounts of cash on elections, candidates for Rhode Island governor are looking for ways to rein in their political influence.
It is news that should secretly please Mitt Romney, a man who insists he won't ever run again for president, and so there. Some voters, however, have not forgotten him, and Mitt nostalgia lingers.
Voters appear to have a message for Scott Brown. So, run already, OK? The fickle former Massachusetts senator has carried on a serious flirtation with New Hampshire in recent months, prompting speculation that the pickup-driving, former Cosmopolitan centerfold would run for the U.S. Senate seat in the Granite State against incumbent Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.
KAPALUA, Hawaii (AP) — Jordan Spieth thought the Plantation Course was a blast to play when he arrived at Kapalua. He had even more fun Friday.
There is a noteworthy dimension to Larry Klayman's zeal to be a vigilant government watchdog. The Creator is a presence for the conservative attorney who is ever ready to file a lawsuit to underscore the presence of corruption or ethical lapses within federal agencies.
The attacks are only fueling him to jump in the Senate race in New Hampshire, he said, Politico reported.
Mr. Brown, 54, also said the ads weren't "discouraging me, that's for sure.