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The Pentagon is scaling back one of its largest efforts to develop treatments for troops and civilians infected in a germ warfare attack after a $1 billion, five-year program fell short of its primary goal. (By Bryan Bender, Globe Staff)
Jets 28, Patriots 21 > Dan Shaughnessy
The Patriots were shocked by the hated New York Jets, 28-21, in the divisional round of the playoffs at Gillette Stadium yesterday. Less than six weeks after beating the Jets, 45-3, the Patriots saw the curtain fall on their 14-2 season. (By Dan Shaughnessy, Globe Columnist)
In 1965, Jonathan Daniels was a seminary student when he answered Martin Luther King Jr.’s call to go south and march, becoming a civil rights activist. Daniels was shot and killed protecting Ruby Sales, then 16, from a gunman at an Alabama store. (By Adrian Walker, Globe Columnist)
International affiliates of Fidelity Investments scrambled to make sure hundreds of employees at Tunisia operations are safe from the street violence that erupted over the weekend after the ouster of the North African nation’s longtime president. (By Beth Healy and Todd Wallack, Globe Staff)
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