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The Justice Department sought yesterday to continue, at least for now, the “don’t ask, don’t tell’’ policy barring openly gay soldiers from the military, saying this week’s court order to end the rule immediately would disrupt military preparedness. (By Matt Viser and Farah Stockman, Globe Staff)
Massachusetts General Hospital has raised $1 billion as part of a $1.5 billion fund-raising campaign — despite the tattered economy and turmoil in the hospital industry — putting it on track to set what is believed to be a New England record. (By Liz Kowalczyk, Globe Staff)
CAMPAIGN 2010 | AROUND THE NATION
Once painted as a renegade in moderate Pennsylvania, Pat Toomey is finding that his once-spurned conservative message is now resonating across the heartland of the Keystone State. (By Mark Arsenault, Boston Globe)
Five months ago, Pir D. Khan was arrested by federal agents as part of a sweeping investigation into the failed terrorist attack in Times Square. Yesterday, Khan said he had been cleared of wrongdoing and is trying to rebuild his life. (By Shelley Murphy, Globe Staff)
Katherine Gundelfinger says she has collected the 200 signatures needed to pose what might be the state's most unusual ballot question in the Nov. 2 election -- a gender-neutral nudity law. (By Brian MacQuarrie, Globe Staff)
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