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DeLeo agrees to cost review

House Speaker Robert DeLeo agreed to hire a lawyer to review more than $350,000 in taxpayer-funded legal bills stemming from the federal investigation of Sal DiMasi. (By Frank Phillips, Globe Staff)

Public option out, Democrats press on

Senate leaders abandoned the last vestige of a government health plan but pledged to move ahead on a sweeping overhaul, infuriating many liberals but pleasing President Obama, who said victory was within sight. (By Lisa Wangsness and Susan Milligan, Globe Staff)

Office party no longer so hearty

As the economy continues to sputter, some companies are rethinking their traditional holiday parties - holding modest affairs at the office or canceling them altogether. Even organizations that have not had cutbacks are conscious of the image an extravagant party would project. (By Katie Johnston Chase, Globe Staff)

MIT team peddles more power per pedal

Developed at a Massachsetts Institute of Technology lab, the motorized Copenhagen Wheel will fit into any existing bike frame, offering extra horsepower for hills. (By Beth Daley, Globe Staff)

Firetruck parts not correct, police say

A report of a fatal Boston firetruck crash concludes the wrong parts were installed on the truck's brakes months before the Jan. 9 crash. (By Donovan Slack, Globe Staff)

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