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John McCain pulled out a pivotal win over Mitt Romney yesterday in Florida's Republican primary, claiming all the state's delegates and the lead as the two-man nomination race rolls toward Super Tuesday. (By Michael Levenson and Sasha Issenberg, Boston Globe)
They are younger, more diverse, and less rigid in their party loyalty. More of them are women. And they are coming out in droves. (By Scott Helman, Boston Globe)
President Bush this week declared that he has the power to bypass four laws, including a prohibition against using federal funds to establish permanent US military bases in Iraq, that Congress passed as part of a new defense bill. (By Charlie Savage, Boston Globe)
A single club seat on StubHub is listed at $19,446. Two tickets on eBay are going for $77,000. And if you want a luxury suite of your own this Sunday at Super Bowl XLII in Glendale, Ariz., you've got that option - for $224,825. (By Keith O'Brien, Boston Globe)