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The MBTA agreed to spend $115 million to buy 20 new locomotives for its commuter rail lines, saying the purchase should improve on-time performance of trains that daily carry 70,000 people between Boston and its suburbs. (By Eric Moskowitz, Globe Staff)
The question of whether eggs should be harvested from a woman on life support has plunged specialists into tough medical and ethical terrain. (By Stephen Smith, Globe Staff)
Mitt Romney has raised nearly $3.5 million for his political action committee in the first half of the year, a sum that dwarfs that of other possible 2012 Republican presidential candidates and establishes him as a potent political force. (By Sasha Issenberg, Globe Correspondent)
Senator John Kerry opened files on committee meetings that occurred during the Vietnam War, out of a belief that the lively debates offer lessons for how to grapple today with the war in Afghanistan and other hot spots. (By Bryan Bender, Globe Staff)
A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel recommended yesterday that the diabetes drug Avandia be allowed to remain on the market despite a variety of studies that show it poses elevated risks of heart attack. (By Christopher Rowland, Globe Staff)
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