January 10, 2011
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Anguished debate began yesterday about the caustic tone of American political rhetoric after the Arizona shooting spree Saturday that killed six and left Representative Gabrielle Giffords in critical condition. (By Mark Arsenault and Bryan Bender, Globe Staff)
Prosecutors accused Jared Lee Loughner, a troubled 22-year-old college dropout, of five serious federal charges, including the attempted assassination of a member of Congress, after a shooting Saturday morning that killed six people and left 14 wounded. (By Marc Lacey and David M. Herszenhorn, New York Times)
The MBTA is cracking down on commuters who fail to pay at parking lots, putting an end to years in which the transportation authority did little to deter parking scofflaws or collect parking debts. (By Eric Moskowitz, Globe Staff)
New England-based Sudanese rejoiced after voting in Arlington, one of eight designated sites across the country where Sudanese can cast ballots, while many in the homeland lined up to cast their ballots. (By Michele Richinick and Andrea Estes, Globe Correspondent | Globe Staff)
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