The late Senator Kennedy continues to cost taxpayers money from the grave.
Some media organizations are doing stories this week about the Cape Wind energy project, which for so long was opposed by Sen. Ted Kennedy.
Young Patrick Kennedy's projections.
What did Ted Kennedy's memoir say about his Catholicism?
Can Scott Brown follow in the populist conservative footsteps of Massachusetts' Republican class of 1990?
As health care legislation clears a key hurdle in the Senate, Democrats are already promising more government intervention in the years to come.
On health care and a host of other issues, Paul Kirk is all in the family.
Rep. Stephen Lynch's decision not to run for Ted Kennedy's seat shows pro-life Democrats know their place in the party.
That's what a Rasmussen poll of Massachusetts voters discovered about the potential Senate candidacy of former Red Sox World Series hero.
Jim offers a good analysis of why Ted Kennedy's Senate seat is unlikely to fall into Republican hands unless a "novelty candidate" like Curt Schilling runs. Of course, as Jim says, Schilling would have to register as a Republican first, "finesse the social issues" and "aggressively painting the Democratic nominee as too far to the left."