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BC faces dilemma
over Irish archive

A US. government subpoena for interviews with IRA members is fueling ethical and legal concerns for a secret Boston College oral history project. (By Lisa Wangsness and Tracy Jan, Globe Staff)

The painful price of peace

The relationship between the Episcopal nuns of the Society of St. Margaret's in Roxbury and the neighborhood has been sorely tested by the nuns’ attempt to sell their serene hilltop convent to a new charter school. (By Lisa Wangsness, Globe Staff)

Patrick says Romney plays
both sides on health care

Governor Deval Patrick says Mitt Romney was playing politics in a Thursday speech in which the former governor stood by his role in crafting the state's 2006 health care overhaul law while deriding President Obama's national effort to expand health care coverage. (By Robert Weisman, Globe Staff)

Huntsman seeks to break into GOP pack

Former Utah Governor Jon M. Huntsman Jr. has much in common with potential GOP presidential rival Mitt Romney, including an early New Hampshire campaign strategy. (By Matt Viser, Globe Staff)

For Legal’s captain, a long,
tumultuous voyage to the sea

Roger Berkowitz’s latest Legal Sea Foods offspring is getting a lot of attention for its waterfront location and scale: 23,000 square feet with 700 seats, making it one of the largest restaurants in Boston. (By Bella English, Globe Staff)

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