October 2, 2010

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Arrest made in
Mattapan killings

Boston police arrested a Dorchester man in Manchester, N.H., in connection with the killings of four people, including a toddler, police and prosecutors said late last night. (By Maria Cramer and Brian R. Ballou, Globe Staff)

Facebook film not making
friends with some Harvard grads

It’s witty and entertaining, with snappy dialogue and performances bound to attract Oscar talk. But for one knowing slice of the audience for “The Social Network’’ — the new film about the birth of Facebook — there is an awful lot less to “like.’’ (By Joseph P. Kahn, Globe Staff)

Cahill’s running mate defects

A defiant Timothy P. Cahill, already a distant third in the polls, vowed to stay in the race for governor, despite his running mate’s stunning decision to bolt the ticket and endorse Charles D. Baker, a Republican.
(By Michael Levenson and Noah Bierman, Globe Staff)

Boston schools violated rights

A federal investigation has determined that Boston schools violated the civil rights of thousands of students who speak limited English by failing to provide specialized instruction. (By James Vaznis, Globe Staff)

Wellesley professor unearths a horror:
Syphilis experiments in Guatemala

A Wellesley College professor discovered US government scientists in the 1940s deliberately infected hundreds with syphilis and gonorrhea in experiments conducted without permission. (By Stephen Smith, Globe Staff)


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