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Police yesterday shifted the focus of their investigation of a grisly Mattapan shooting from the street where five people were gunned down early Tuesday morning to a house around the corner, where one of the victims lived and another may have come to purchase drugs. (By Maria Cramer and Andrew Ryan, Globe Staff)
As police continued an intensive search for the killers and sought to unravel the circumstances behind the killings, details emerged of the lives of the five Mattapan shooting victims, although what brought them all together remained unexplained. (By Peter Schworm and Milton J. Valencia, Globe Staff)
Police officers statewide say they face a challenge in distinguishing whether someone is texting or dialing while behind the wheel, but say they are committed to using the state’s new law to remove distracted drivers from the road. (By Shelley Murphy, Globe Staff)
President Obama’s urgent call for Congress to immediately extend tax breaks for the middle class was supposed to create a defining Democratic issue and cast Republicans as defenders of the rich on the eve of crucial midterm elections. Now, three weeks later, Democrats are further divided and Republicans are using the tax cut issue to their advantage. (By Matt Viser, Globe Staff)
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