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The late Ralph Houk was a surprisingly good manager for the Red Sox. He had a feel for young players, and he helped set the...
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By Matt Viser, Globe Staff WASHINGTON The US House this afternoon narrowly approved legislation that would overhaul oil drilling regulations -- lifting a...
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A casino bill won overwhelming approval in the Legislature, yet it appeared all but doomed because of a lingering disagreement between the governor and legislative leaders as the session’s midnight deadline passed. (By Andrea Estes and Kathy McCabe, Globe Staff)
Thirty-seven years after a court decree forced minority hiring, many Boston units and firehouses are starkly and increasingly segregated. Old rules and city inaction have put diversity gains in peril. (By Danielle Ossher, Courtney Brooks, and Walter V. Robinson, Globe Correspondents)
On the banks of the Rapid River, deep in the woods of far western Maine, veterans have found refuge from the wars that still haunt them. (By Brian MacQuarrie, Globe Staff)