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Hundreds of city and town employees are being laid off across Massachusetts as the recently signed state budget forces communities to cut back on librarians, police, teachers, and other workers to balance the books. (By Matt Carroll and Kathy McCabe, Globe Staff)
The dazzling spectacle of more than 15,000 fireworks last night capped Boston's storied July Fourth festivities, a nationally televised tradition that drew more than half a million spectators to the Charles River. (By Peter Schworm, Globe Staff)
The Registry of Motor Vehicles is going after hundreds of scooter owners, threatening to revoke their registrations unless they put license plates on their vehicles within 30 days. (By Peter DeMarco, Globe Correspondent)
With expressive eyebrows and transfixing blue eyes, a robot named Nexi is helping researchers understand how trust is developed. (By Carolyn Y. Johnson, Globe Staff)
A little-noticed Federal Election Commission ruling that expands the definition of “media’’ to include a partisan film production group is the latest in a series of actions eroding legislative limits on the influence of money in politics. (By Mark Arsenault, Globe Staff)
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