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Obama, GOP look
to rein in benefits

President Obama will call this week for new curbs on Medicare and Medicaid spending, an aide said yesterday, while a top House Republican predicted that a bipartisan deal on reducing Social Security costs is possible this summer. (By Matt Viser, Globe Staff)

African Union says
Khadafy OK’s cease-fire

A delegation of African leaders said the Libyan leader has accepted their plan for a cease-fire with rebels, who will be given the proposal today. (By Hadeel Al-Shalchi and Sebastian Abbot, Associated Press)

A student favorite named Summers

Two years after decamping Harvard for the Obama administration, Lawrence Summers is back on campus. It is here, in front of the classroom, where the economics guru and controversial former university president appears most at ease. (By Tracy Jan, Globe Staff)

Touch of rays and sharks
added to aquarium visit

Already drawing oohs and aahs from New England Aquarium members allowed access to the exhibit, the inhabitants of the new Trust Family Foundation Shark and Ray Touch Tank, in which visitors can dip their hands to make contact with sharks and rays, clearly possess star potential. (By Joseph P. Kahn, Globe Staff)

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