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Nation girds for a shutdown

The federal government began warning its scientists, park employees, tax collectors, environmental enforcers, and hundreds of thousands of other employees yesterday to prepare to be furloughed as negotiations among congressional leaders and President Obama continued to sputter. (By Theo Emery and Mark Arsenault, Globe Staff)

State’s federal employees
brace for bumpy times

Officials at the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association, a Washington-based advocacy group, said about 25 percent of the state’s federal employees are unlikely to receive paychecks if the government closes. (By David Abel, Globe Staff)

0-6 Red Sox, fans get set for Yankees

Boston’s beloved Red Sox, forever the symbol of spring’s renewal in New England, will open their home schedule today at Fenway Park as the preseason favorites to win the World Series. (By Bob Hohler, Globe Staff)

A golden era, caught for all

Today, the Boston Public Library will publish on the Internet the first 100 of a trove of nearly 3,000 rarely seen baseball photographs taken by Leslie Jones, who worked for the Boston Herald and the Boston Traveler from 1917 to 1956. (By Andrew Ryan, Globe Staff)

2 more ex-campers allege abuse,
but not by man who took own life

More former campers stepped forward yesterday alleging they were sexually abused at Camp Good News, bringing the total to six who have brought accusations against two different employees. (By Shelley Murphy and Akilah Johnson, Globe Staff)

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