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Informant testifies
he bribed Turner

Facing jail if he refused to testify, the prosecution’s key witness in the Chuck Turner trial reluctantly took the stand yesterday and stated unequivocally that he thrust a wad of cash into the hand of the Boston city councilor. (By Andrew Ryan and Jonathan Saltzman, Globe Staff)
THE GOVERNOR’S RACE | ON THE TRAIL

For Governor Patrick, optimism prevails

Almost everywhere Deval Patrick goes, he confronts reminders of the challenge he faces, often before he can even make his pitch. (By Eric Moskowitz, Boston Globe)

Angst, funds flood crucial Senate race

Patty Murray, a soft-spoken soccer mom turned three-term US senator from Washington, is campaigning to keep her seat against what the GOP predicts will be a Republiucan tidal wave in November. (By Donovan Slack, Globe Staff)

Jobless rate falls to 8.4% in Bay State

The unemployment rate in Massachusetts fell last month to its lowest level in more than a year, but the state’s economic recovery still showed signs of slowing as employers slashed jobs. (By Robert Gavin, Globe Staff)

Gliding far from turmoil

Haidar Nozad, Hamzah Hussein Jebur, and four other Iraqi athletes are training for the Head of the Charles Regatta this weekend. (By John Powers, Globe Staff)

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