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Mastermind of Sept. 11
faces N.Y. murder trial

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the self-proclaimed mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, and four coconspirators will be tried in Manhattan federal courthouse less than a mile from ground zero. (By Peter Finn and Carrie A. Johnson, Washington Post)

Adding insult to infamy

26 years after the bombing of a US Marine barracks in Lebanon that killed 241 servicemen, relatives of the victims -- who have been fighting for more than a decade to get restitution -- are facing a new roadblock. (By Bryan Bender, Globe Staff)

Planned Medicaid cuts
hit dental, home care

More than a million low-income residents covered by Medicaid will be required to pay more for doctor visits and get approval for some medications under a plan announced yesterday by the Patrick administration. (By Kay Lazar, Globe Staff)

More contamination
troubles for Genzyme

Cambridge biotechnology giant Genzyme Corp. is facing a new contamination problem: bits of steel, rubber, and fiber found in drugs made by the company and shipped from the same site. (By Robert Weisman, Globe Staff)

When Celts need a lift, this
little guy rocks the house

When the Celtics head to the sideline for a time-out, young Daylon Trotman seizes the spotlight as if it's a birthright. He stands in the aisle and, smiling like the sun, breaks into a dizzying string of dance moves. The TD Garden crowd goes wild. (By Peter Schworm, Globe Staff)





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