Joshua Miller

A Massachusetts native and graduate of Bowdoin College, Joshua Miller covers politics for the Globe. He worked in Washington, D.C., at The Atlantic, ABC News, and the Capitol Hill newspaper Roll Call before joining the Globe in 2013.

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Bernie Sanders tells N.H. voters why he can beat Trump

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As the Vermont senator kicked off a new chapter of his presidential campaign, his pitch was as much about plausibility — that his plans and his candidacy were likely to succeed — as passion.

Don’t count on legal sports gambling in Mass. this football season

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Part of lawmakers’ hesitation stems from concerns that betting on games might yield a relatively small amount of tax revenue in the context of a $43 billion state budget.

Kennedy confirms he’s interested in Senate primary: ‘I’m not sure this is a moment for waiting’

By , Globe Staff

The congressman acknowledged Monday he is considering a run for US Senate in 2020, raising the prospect he will challenge the incumbent Edward J. Markey in a Democratic primary.

A year later, MGM Springfield slow to make inroads in crowded gambling market

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MGM’s gambling revenues have come in far below projections. The number of employees has fallen sharply. “For lease” signs still hang in storefront windows downtown. What happened?