On the failed bid, Walsh said, "I think they panicked that I wouldn't sign the document." "I don't think we were treated the way we should have been." On his visit to Rome, Walsh said, "When the Pope walked into the room you could just feel his presence."
This weekend marks four weeks since the body of a little girl was found in a garbage bag along a rocky shoreline on Deer Island.
Officials have received hundreds of tips and leads since but the identity of the girl is still unknown.
So earlier this week, WGBH Special Correspondent Emily Rooney (@EmilyRooneyWGBH) went to Deer Island to get a better sense of what may have happened, with the help of forensic neuropsychologist, Robert Mendoza.
"She probably was a well cared for child," said Rooney. "I'd want the local police involved."
When I stopped by Donald Trump’s New Hampshire headquarters in Manchester this week, the volunteers there were doing damage control. Their mission: Find veterans willing to make a public show of support for their candidate, who recently said of John McCain, the 2008 Republican nominee: "He was a war hero because he was captured. I like people who weren't captured."
A gap toothed smile spreads across the face of eight-year-old Delila McKinney as she carefully peals back a piece of white paper to reveal her creation: a vivid pink and purple ink print. She inhales deeply and lets out an excited “Oh my gosh."
He’s a fiscal and social hard-liner beloved by conservatives, and loathed by many liberals. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walkeralso polls near the top of the Republican pack, nationally and in New Hampshire.
Today he made his first visit to the Granite State as an official presidential candidate, and WGBH's Adam Reilly (@reillyadam)was there.
Many rejoiced when the Supreme Court last month issued landmark rulings on same-sex marriage and President Obama's universal healthcare law, with both of those fights originated in Massachusetts. Former House Speaker Sal DiMasi was a leader on both issues.