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Through good times, bad times, and everything in between, the one industry that Massachusetts could count on to keep adding jobs was health care. Not anymore. (By Robert Gavin, Globe Staff)
For two weeks, David Filipov was our man in Moscow again, assigned to track down the Russian spies who infiltrated Cambridge before they were arrested and sent home last month. He came up empty but with a story to tell about how secrecy remains the unchecked sovereign of this otherwise much-changed land. (By David Filipov, Globe Staff)
Jolly, immense, amused, amusing, patient, thoughtful, and soon to be draped in Boston Celtics green, Shaquille O'Neal, the NBA's most celebrated giant, took on Harvard Square yesterday. It was a serious mismatch. (By Shira Springer, Globe Staff)
New Orleans' Broadmoor neighborhood is doing better than most of the other 49 neighborhoods that flooded when the levees broke during Hurricane Katrina in 2005, thanks largely to the will and drive of a determined community and assistance from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. (By Meghan E. Irons, Globe Staff)