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Mavs' Mark Cuban deserves the title
By Bob Ryan, Globe Columnist No NBA owner deserves a championship more than Mark Cuban. Not since the days of the owner-coaches, the Eddie Gottliebs...
Levin: No earmarks in Senate’s defense authorization bill
A Senate defense bill that authorizes spending for the Pentagon rejected a House policy of funding requests that one top senator today called a “fairly transparent” attempt to skirt a ban on earmarks. US Representative Niki Tsongas, a Democrat from Lowell, had asked for nanotechnology research funding that closely resembled an earmark she sought in 2010.
YT: Budget BluesMarblehead voters okay $43 million in property tax increases
By Steven Rosenberg, Globe Staff Marblehead residents voted to...
More than a third of the most serious criminal offenders paroled in Massachusetts over the past five years were returned to prison for committing new crimes or violating the conditions of their release, a Globe review has found. (By Michael Rezendes, Globe Staff)
Sirens wailed, air horns blasted, and the sky filled with confetti yesterday, as hundreds of thousands of raucous, roaring fans who had waited 39 years for this moment celebrated the return of the Stanley Cup to Boston with a giant, joyous rally for the city’s latest champions. (By Michael Levenson and Maria Cramer, Globe Staff)
The six Gurskis rose at 3 a.m. yesterday, climbed into a van before dawn, and motored three hours from Maine to Boston to bask in the wonder of a Stanley Cup victory parade. (By Brian MacQuarrie, Globe Staff)
The story of ice cream, as it moves from raw materials to finished product, captures the myriad forces that are pushing food prices higher and putting pressure on beleaguered US consumers and a tentative economic recovery. (By Megan Woolhouse, Globe Staff)