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US military supply contracts fund corruption, the Taliban, according to report
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Several major philanthropic organizations in Boston will give $27 million to a new partnership, being announced today, that aims to greatly accelerate student achievement across the city, from “cradle to career.’’ (By James Vaznis, Globe Staff)
Four Boston libraries targeted for closing at the end of the summer won a temporary reprieve and will remain open at least through the winter, the Menino administration announced. (By Andrew Ryan, Globe Staff)
As the tight job market forces the unemployed to apply for lower-level positions, more job seekers are “dumbing down” credentials, wiping graduate degrees and high-level experience off their resumes, recruiters say. (By Katie Johnston Chase, Globe Staff)
A group of mostly Democratic senators is looking to end the practice of allowing any single senator to hold up bills or nominations anonymously. Senator Scott Brown is one of nine Republicans to join the group. (By Mark Arsenault, Globe Staff)
Margaret Sullivan, the Boston police archivist, found the existence of African-American Sergeant Horatio Julius Homer, appointed in 1878, buried deep in the files of the BPD and newspaper archives and the Boston Public Library. (By Kevin Cullen, Globe Columnist)
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