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Starting Monday, trucks carrying hazardous materials will once again be allowed to rumble along crowded Boston streets at all hours. (By Michael Levenson, Globe Staff)
Roxbury's Resurrection Lutheran, founded 136 years ago by a tightknit community of Swedish immigrants, is a study in the changing demographics of Christianity in Boston and throughout the world. (By Lisa Wangsness, Globe Staff)
Republicans have opened an assault on the nomination of Harvard professor Donald Berwick to lead the huge agency that runs Medicare and Medicaid, calling Berwick an advocate for “rationing’’ health care. (By Susan Milligan, Globe Staff)
The extent of Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan's legal prowess is difficult to quantify because she has not been a judge and has authored relatively few scholarly articles. (By Mark Arsenault, Globe Staff)
Massachusetts is poised to become the first state in the nation to force retailers to prominently display graphic warnings about the perils of smoking right where cigarettes are sold. (By Stephen Smith, Globe Staff)
Just two weeks after losing the Senate race, Attorney General Martha Coakley began attending a slew of Democratic caucuses to make a case for reelection and to face her critics head-on. (By Stephanie Ebbert, Globe Staff)
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