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Houk had feel for young players
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Senator John F. Kerry announced yesterday that he will voluntarily pay $500,000 on his luxury yacht, a pledge made hours after officials had begun inquiring into whether he attempted to evade the payment by docking the boat in Rhode Island. (By Donovan Slack, Globe Staff)
As the injured list has grown and the Sox have settled into third place in the American League East, more listeners and viewers seem to be finding other ways to spend a few hours on a summer evening. (By D.C. Denison and Alexandria McMahon, Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent)
Chelsea Clinton’s wedding, rumored to cost as much as $2 million, has cast a bright light on Boston-based event planner Bryan Rafanelli. (By Mark Shanahan, Globe Staff)
As former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling prepares to move his video game company to Rhode Island, politicians and executives are debating whether more could — and should — have been done to keep the company in Massachusetts. (By Hiawatha Bray, Globe Staff)
A bitterly divided House approved $37 billion in new spending yesterday for the war in Afghanistan after a heated floor debate about whether the conflict is unnecessary. (By Matt Viser, Globe Staff)
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