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Death threats hounded
Kennedy for decades

The late Senator Edward M. Kennedy lived under the constant threat of violent death, a burden he inherited from his slain brothers, according to FBI records released yesterday detailing hundreds of threats issued by hate groups or relayed by agency tipsters and police. (By Susan Milligan and Bryan Bender, Globe Staff)

Bureau’s file was personal, political

Ted Kennedy’s FBI file, released yesterday, paints a vivid picture of the sometimes close, but often adversarial relationship that the Kennedy family had with the agency. (By Farah Stockman, Globe Staff)

Police don’t add to gang database

Not a single local police department has contributed information on street gangs to the state’s $1.2 million federally funded intelligence system, according to a high-ranking public safety official. (By Jonathan Saltzman, Globe Staff)

Genzyme’s chief a master of survival

In his 27th year at the helm of Genzyme Corp., chief executive Henri A. Termeer can tack another title to his storied resume: survivor. He is the rare chief executive who weathered a frontal assault by billionaire corporate raider Carl C. Icahn. (By Robert Weisman, Globe Staff)
NBA Finals > Game 6, 9 P.M. > C's lead series, 3-2

Rub green, hold breath, wait for victory

Among the superstitious, the Celtics' chance to clinch tonight has turned Game 6 into a maelstrom of rites and obsessive behavior. (By Bill Porter, Globe Staff)





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