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A scientist from Westborough passed on trade secrets worth more than $100 million to China about a commercial insecticide developed by Dow Chemical Co. said a federal prosecutor. (By Jonathan Saltzman, Globe Staff)
Medical advances have put Amy and Pete Farrell's twin "micro-preemies" — those born at less than 26 weeks' gestation and weighing less than 2.2 pounds — on the road to good health. (By Bella English, Globe Staff)
The case against Stanley Z. Levitt, with echoes of clergy sexual abuse incidents in the Catholic Church, is a reflection, scholars say, of similar abuse cases that have taken place in the Orthodox Jewish community. (By Michael Rezendes, Globe Staff)
Kelly Ayotte — a former state AG who is a favorite of some party leaders — is scrambling in the GOP primary to replace retiring Senator Judd Gregg. (By Susan Milligan, Globe Staff)
A multistate commission will begin deciding whether to ban all lobstering from south of Cape Cod to North Carolina for five years because of the dwindling lobster population. (By Patrick G. Lee, Globe Correspondent)
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