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Democrats optimistic
on health bill vote

In a sign of renewed determination and increased momentum, House leaders said yesterday that they are nearing an agreement on health care and could vote within the next week after a year of debate and months of delays. (By Matt Viser, Globe Staff)
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On the beach, a saving race

Over the past two days, after local residents discovered 16 Atlantic white-sided dolphins stuck in the mucky marshland areas of Drummer Cove and Lieutenant Island, teams from the International Fund for Animal Welfare have worked to save the dolphins. (By David Abel, Globe Staff)

Scandal’s shadow touches
pope’s German years

A widening child sexual abuse inquiry in Europe has landed at the doorstep of Pope Benedict XVI, as a senior church official acknowledged yesterday that a German archdiocese made “serious mistakes’’ in handling an abuse case while the pope served as its archbishop. (By Nicholas Kulish and Rachel Donadio, New York Times News Service)

At Harvard, reengineering science

Harvard University, the liberal arts bastion that tried several times in the early 20th century to unload its engineering program on MIT, is in the midst of a scientific renaissance. (By Tracy Jan, Globe Staff)

At breakfast, rivals might
make meal of absent Baker

GOP gubernatorial candidate Charles D. Baker Jr.'s decision to miss the annual St. Patrick's Day breakfast in South Boston tomorrow morning will make him a prime target for his rivals. (By Michael Levenson, Globe Staff)
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