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President Hosni Mubarak told the Egyptian people late last night that he would delegate authority to Vice President Omar Suleiman but that he would not resign, enraging hundreds of thousands gathered to hail his departure and setting in motion a volatile new stage in the three-week uprising. (By Anthony Shadid and David D. Kirkpatrick, New York Times)
Across Massachusetts yesterday, jubilation turned to dread among Egyptian immigrants after Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak dashed hopes that he was on the verge of resigning by declaring that he would stay until September, despite nearly three weeks of massive protests demanding an end to his 30-year regime. (By Maria Sacchetti, Globe Staff)
Federal prosecutors have included Governor Deval Patrick and three former aides on their list of potential witnesses for the upcoming corruption trial of former House speaker Salvatore F. DiMasi, setting the stage for a rare appearance of the state’s chief executive at a criminal trial. (By Andrea Estes and Shelley Murphy, Globe Staff)
If it hadn’t been for a strange turn of events at the state’s highest court, sensitive details about the vast wealth of secretive Boston investment firm Wellington Management Co. might have never seen the light of day. (By Steven Syre, Globe Columnist)
The Big Story Legendary shipwreck discovered | Graphic
Remains of an 1800s Nantucket whaling ship with a poignant tie to the book “Moby-Dick’’ have been discovered on a remote reef almost 600 miles northwest of Honolulu. (By Beth Daley, Globe Staff)
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