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The Massachusetts Senate voted 25 to 15 last night for legislation licensing three resort-style casinos, bringing a Commonwealth once settled by Puritans closer than ever to Vegas-style gambling. (By Noah Bierman and Travis Andersen, Globe Staff)
Spectators in the courtroom yesterday saw a Cambridge couple accused of spying for Russia. Tim and Alex Foley saw Mom and Dad. (By Jonathan Saltzman, Globe Staff)
The government’s case against a Cambridge couple accused of being Russian spies is extremely thin, a defense lawyer said yesterday in the defendants’ first response to charges that have triggered an international uproar. (By Shelley Murphy and John Ellement, Globe Staff)
State regulators wrestling with soaring health care costs yesterday held fast to a cap on prices for 137 health insurance plans up for renewal this summer, freezing rates at 2009 levels. (By Robert Weisman, Globe Staff)
A team of scientists from Boston University has discovered a way to predict with 77 percent accuracy whether someone is likely to live to be exceptionally old. (By Carolyn Y. Johnson, Globe Staff)
Nine years ago, Peter Limone walked out of prison a free man, vindicated after serving 33 years for a gangland murder he did not commit. Yesterday, he came close to returning to prison, this time for running a Mafia-affiliated crime ring. (By Milton J. Valencia, Globe Staff)
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