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Coakley, Brown
in bitter debate

Meeting for their final debate of the Senate campaign, Republican Scott Brown and Democrat Martha Coakley tried to capitalize on voters’ fears, with Brown raising the specter of another terrorist attack and Coakley warning about a return to Bush-era economic policies. (By Matt Viser and Andrea Estes, Globe Staff)
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Police fight cellphone recordings

Witnesses who record officers are getting charged with illegal surveillance in what civil libertarians call a troubling misuse of the state's wiretapping law. (By Daniel Rowinski, New England Center For Investigative Reporting)

‘Perfect inn guests’
swindled proprietors, police say

Police say 79-year-old Benjamin and 72-year-old Jane Wolf preyed on the trust of owners, bouncing checks for thousands of dollars at inns catering to a well-heeled clientele. (By Peter Schworm, Globe Staff)

McGwire confesses to steroid use

Ending years of stonewalling, Major League Baseball’s former single-season home run king yesterday joined the sport’s pantheon of performance-enhancing drug users by admitting he spent much of his career ingesting anabolic steroids. (By Bob Hohler, Globe Staff)
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Developer, Hub benefactor
Edward Linde dead at 68

During a 45-year career, Edward H. Linde changed the face of modern Boston, leaving an indelible imprint on the city’s skyline and culture - from the Prudential Center towers to the halls of the Museum of Fine Arts and Boston Symphony Orchestra. (By Casey Ross, Globe Staff)





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