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Retired State Trooper Brian L. Howe said he repeatedly asked Braintree police for their files on the 1986 shooting of Seth Bishop by his sister, Amy, but never got them, then closed the case and ruled it accidental based on police statements. (By Donovan Slack, Globe Staff)
A federal judge’s decision in the Bernard Madoff bankruptcy case could mean Carl Shapiro, the Boston philanthropist who reaped $1 billion in profits from investments with the swindler, is closer to having to return a portion of that money. (By Beth Healy, Globe Staff)
Thousands of would-be brides and grooms and hundreds of vendors registered for a heavily advertised bridal show that was to start Friday evening at the Hynes Convention Center, but, according to Boston police, the entire event was a sham. (By Jonathan Saltzman, Globe Staff)
Two studies published yesterday are expected to reignite an emotionally charged debate about whether young athletes should be screened with a heart test to reduce the small risk of sudden death from an undiagnosed heart problem. (By Kay Lazar, Globe Staff)
As Mitt Romney sets out this week to promote his new book, “No Apology,’’ he is also auditioning for a rapidly disappearing role in American politics: a politician who is speaking out against the “temptations of populism.’’ (By Sasha Issenberg, Globe Correspondent)
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