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Mayors warn of fiscal crisis
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Senator Barack Obama decisively swept the Democratic presidential primaries yesterday in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia to seize the momentum over Senator Hillary Clinton, who has lost eight straight primaries and caucuses since Super Tuesday. (By Michael Kranish and Sasha Issenberg, Boston Globe)
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Raymond Jordan was a self-described Clinton man. He supported Bill Clinton for president in 1992 over Paul Tsongas, the former senator from Massachusetts, and worked in Clinton's administration in the 1990s. (By John C. Drake, Boston Globe)
Bo knows satire. Bo knows viral video. Bo knows his song lyrics won't fly in a family newspaper, but Bo doesn't take it personally. (By Joseph P. Kahn, Boston Globe)
The US Senate yesterday voted to shut down a series of high-profile lawsuits against telecommunications companies that facilitated President Bush's warrantless surveillance program, taking a major step toward closing the last forum in which critics have challenged the operation's legality. (By Charlie Savage, Boston Globe)