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Governor Deval Patrick has ordered a review of the State Police role in the investigation of the 1986 shooting death of Seth Bishop at the hands of his sister, Amy, who later became a biologist and is now accused of gunning down three of her colleagues at the University of Alabama. (By Maria Cramer and John M. Guilfoil, Globe Staff)
Over and over, televisions across America carried the image of Tiger Woods in some hermetically sealed room in Florida, standing in front of Mom Tiger and assembled cardboard cutouts who were not allowed to ask questions. (By Dan Shaughnessy, Globe Columnist)
Once touted as the bright future of the Massachusetts Republican Party, he would seem the ideal candidate to ride the new GOP wave: a former statewide officeholder who has proven he can win voters’ confidence. (By Frank Phillips, Globe Staff)
Earthquake-ravaged Haitians are facing a new threat: the upcoming rainy season. Aid workers are warning that 1.2 million people left homeless by the powerful Jan. 12 quake still lack basic shelter and latrines.
Dubbed the Boston By Night tour, the four-hour bus trip ferries philanthropists and power brokers into parts of the city they might otherwise never see, especially after dark. (By Joseph P. Kahn, Globe Staff)
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