January 9, 2008
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Driving less as gas costs rise?
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Ever fake a phone call?
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When will It end?
It's now 44-3. Since Game 4 of the ALCS, when the Red Sox were down 3-1 to the Indians, the Sawx, Pats and Celts...
The Starbucks reverse jinx
Source: Slate With nearly 15,000 existing Starbucks stores and six new ones opening per day, it stands to reason that mom and pop coffeehouses don't...
In NH, Clinton pulls of one of the biggest upsets in American politics
Hillary Clinton was not supposed to win tonight. But she did. She took the lead in early returns because of friendly big cities and everyone,...
Local aid plan on the rocks
A plan by cities and towns to get a larger slice of the state budget appears dead, according to State House News Service. That could...
Spiritual Life Putting faith in a weight-loss plan
Senator Hillary Clinton of New York scored a narrow but impressive comeback victory in New Hampshire's Democratic presidential primary yesterday, as the Granite State again salvaged a troubled Clinton campaign and rejuvenated the former first lady's bid to return to the White House. (By Scott Helman and Susan Milligan, Boston Globe)
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Just under a month before a Feb. 5 mega-primary potentially involving half the voters in the United States, both parties are now without a clear front-runner, with two Democrats fighting for the lead and at least four Republicans jostling to establish themselves as national contenders. (By Sasha Issenberg, Boston Globe)
MORE CAMPAIGN COVERAGE
The number of license suspensions of drivers under 18 has soared over the past year because of a tough new law aimed at curbing bad driving habits by junior operators. (By Matt Carroll, Boston Globe)