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DEVASTATION IN JAPAN

Workers at Japan reactors
leave as radiation spikes

Japan suspended operations to prevent a stricken nuclear plant from melting down today after a surge in radiation made it too dangerous for workers to remain at the facility. (By Eric Talmadge and Shino Yuasa, Associated Press)

Nation’s response could
avert crisis like Chernobyl’s

Local radiation specialists say that while the health and environmental impact of the escalating crisis in Japan is uncertain, one thing seems clear: The situation is dramatically different than the Chernobyl reactor explosion 25 years ago. (By Carolyn Y. Johnson, Globe Staff)

Fidelity to shift more out of Mass.

Fidelity Investments will shutter its offices in Marlborough by the end of next year and move almost all of the 1,100 jobs there out of state, a spokeswoman said yesterday. (By Todd Wallack, Globe Staff)

Impostor charged in ’85 slaying in Calif.

The long saga of the man known as Clark Rockefeller took another turn yesterday when he was charged with murder in the 1985 slaying of his former landlord in California. (By Maria Cramer, Globe Staff)

Out of spotlight, Yastrzemski
stays in game his way

Carl Yastrzemski is not big on reminiscing or the attention he gets as a Red Sox legend, but he enjoys working with young players, such as his grandson Mike. (By Dan Shaughnessy, Globe Columnist)

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