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A plane carrying the Polish president and dozens of the countrys top political and military leaders to the site of the Soviet massacre of Polish officers in World War II crashed in western Russia yesterday, killing everyone on board. (New York Times)
US officials have asked some AIDS clinics overseas to stop enrolling new patients in a US-sponsored program that provides lifesaving antiretroviral drugs, in a bid to stem the rising costs of one of the most ambitious US assistance programs, according to interviews with doctors and official correspondence. (By Farah Stockman, Globe Staff)
Tunney Lee arrived in America on a dreary day in 1938, a 7-year-old at the railing of a steamship gazing up at the Custom House Tower, an ivory-colored beacon soaring above Boston. (By Andrew Ryan, Globe Staff)
The memory of his father, and the pride of workers like him whom Massachusetts House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo met as a young man, are fueling his fierce advocacy of expanded gambling, which he sees as an economic lifeline for the commonwealth. (By Michael Levenson, Globe Staff)