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Mass. vies for Fla.’s spurned rail funds

When the Obama administration awarded $10.4 billion for high-speed rail projects last year, Florida scooped up 20 times as much money as Massachusetts. But now that Florida’s new governor has rejected his state’s $2.4 billion, Massachusetts officials are racing to make another pitch to Washington. (By Eric Moskowitz, Globe Staff)
Baseball 2011

For team doctors, a tight spot

In an age when baseball stars command a king’s ransom and team doctors serve both the players and club owners, their triangular relationship has turned the company physician’s office into an arena ripe for high-stakes conflicts. (By Bob Hohler, Globe Staff)

Looking at a second chance

Two years after surgeons at Brigham and Women’s Hospital attached a donor’s face where his used to be, James Maki no longer shuns public excursions and is settling into a new routine. (By Liz Kowalczyk, Globe Staff)

Connected, exhausted

Michael Rich, director of Children’s Hospital Boston’s Center on Media and Child Health, is starting to see young patients who come in exhausted by being “on call’’ or semi-alert all night as they wait for their phones to vibrate or ring with a text. (By Beth Teitell, Globe Staff)

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