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Representatives of Caritas Christi Health Care, the private equity firm seeking to buy it, and the attorney general’s office are working on a tentative agreement to protect the retirement plans of 13,000 employees and keep the chain’s hospitals open for at least five years. (By Robert Weisman, Globe Staff)
The man charged in connection with a quadruple homicide in Mattapan agreed yesterday to be sent back to Boston, as officials planned precautions to ensure his safety and as new details about the crime emerged. (By Maria Cramer and Milton J. Valencia, Globe Staff)
With the economy sour and voters complaining that leaders in Washington don’t listen, Wisconsinites are flirting with dumping their iconoclastic liberal senator in favor of a politically untested Republican businessman, Ron Johnson. (By Mark Arsenault, Globe Staff)
The involvement of State Representative Karyn Polito, the GOP candidate for treasurer, in helping to get funds for a road near her familys property in Shrewsbury, has become the subject of an anonymous complaint to the State Ethics Commission. (By Andrea Estes, Globe Staff)
War and acting have become the inseparable strands of Ed Walsh's remarkable life. Being a Marine made him a better actor, and acting has eased the pains of war, he says. (By Joel Brown, Globe Correspondent)
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