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Hurricane Earl swelled yesterday into a massive storm almost the size of New England, swirling north up the Eastern Seaboard on a track expected to take it perilously close to Nantucket around midnight tonight. (By Andrew Ryan and Eric Moskowitz, Globe Staff)
In another signal that the future of the MCAS could be in doubt, a consortium of states led by Massachusetts and Florida received a $170 million federal grant yesterday to design a standardized testing system that is intended to replace a patchwork of tests used by individual states. (By James Vaznis, Globe Staff)
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority sat down to their first round of peace talks yesterday, filling a stately room on the eighth floor of the State Department with a sense of cautious optimism. (By Farah Stockman, Globe Staff)
Two men and a woman allegedly lured a pizza deliveryman into a dark, vacant Hyde Park house early yesterday, then robbed and fatally stabbed him before fleeing in his car. (By Milton J. Valencia, Globe Staff)
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