August 25, 2010

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Mass. wins $250m
for schools

The Obama administration awarded Massachusetts $250 million in a education competition, a victory for the state that reaffirms its reputation as a national education leader and injects money into struggling schools. (By James Vaznis and Michael Levenson, Globe Staff)

Rage in cage a knockout in Mass.

Blood will be spilled. Body parts will be wrenched
and battered, some damaged. Newly sanctioned in the state, the Ultimate Fighting Championship will debut Saturday as one of the highest-grossing events ever on Causeway Street.
(By Bob Hohler, Globe Staff)

Primary voters back the familiar

Established candidates from both major parties struck back in Senate primaries as John McCain bagged a Tea Party challenger in Arizona while President Obama’s pick beat a self-made billionaire in the Democratic race in Florida. (By Matt Viser, Globe Staff)

Home sales fall, casting
shadow on economy

A precipitous drop in home sales in July following the expiration of the federal home buyers tax credit has economists and housing specialists worried the real estate market has stalled and will further undermine the economic recovery. (By Megan Woolhouse, Globe Staff)

Court to free a 2d suspect
from N.E. in N.Y. bomb case

The second of three suspects arrested on immigration charges in connection with the failed Times Square bombing is expected to be released today. That would leave Aftab Ali Khan of Watertown as the only New England suspect in custody. (By Brian R. Ballou, Globe Staff)


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