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Houk had feel for young players
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...
Maxine Waters advised by Barney Frank not to help Boston-based bank
By Susan Milligan and Beth Healy, Globe Staff WASHINGTON -- Bay State Representative Barney Frank urged a Democratic colleague to keep away from a potential...
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The Department of Defense is investigating whether 80 wounded American service members in Iraq were improperly used as subjects in a test of a possible treatment for brain injuries, according to the Pentagon’s Office of Inspector General. (By Mark Arsenault, Globe Staff)
Rep. Barney Frank had urged Rep. Maxine Waters of California, who faces ethics charges, to avoid a potential conflict of interest with Boston-based OneUnited bank. (By Susan Milligan and Beth Healy, Globe Staff)
Executives at Genzyme Corp. and the French drug maker Sanofi-Aventis SA were locked in negotiations yesterday after Sanofi’s bid to buy the pioneering Cambridge company. (By Robert Weisman, Globe Staff)
House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo has put almost all of his political capital into a gambling proposal that is both deeply personal and economically significant to his district. (By Noah Bierman and Andrea Estes, Globe Staff)
Now that a recent MIT graduate has acknowledged trading multiple e-mails with the Army private who stands accused of giving the whistleblower website, WikiLeaks, thousands of pages of classified war records, the hacker community is in the spotlight. (By Carolyn Y. Johnson, Globe Staff)
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