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Election 2010 | Day-after resolve

With clashes likely, Obama,
GOP talk of cooperation

President Obama said yesterday he is prepared to work seriously with the new Republican leadership in the House — despite being on an apparent collision course with the GOP on health care and deficit reduction. (By Matt Viser and Bryan Bender, Boston Globe)

Patrick readies a sharply reduced agenda

Governor Deval Patrick, who came into office four years ago with big-ticket promises such as putting 1,000 new police officers on the streets and providing property tax relief, began yesterday to sketch a more modest and austere agenda for the next four years. (By Michael Levenson, Globe Staff)

Turnout told tale for state Democrats

Turnout patterns in Tuesday’s Democratic sweep were almost an inversion of those in January, when Republican Scott Brown won a stunning upset to become US senator. (By Brian C. Mooney, Globe Staff)

Three allegedly confess
in death of deliveryman

Two Boston high school students and a 20-year-old man confessed to police in gruesome detail how they lured a pizza deliveryman to a vacant Hyde Park apartment on Sept. 1, stabbed him 16 times, and pulled $143 from his pocket as he was dying, a prosecutor said in court yesterday. (By Shelley Murphy, Globe Staff)

Modern Theatre brought up-to-date

The reopening of the Modern Theatre on lower Washington Street, to be marked with a ribbon cutting today by owner Suffolk University -- which undertook the $41 million project to rebuild it -- is an important step forward for the historic Theatre District. (By Geoff Edgers, Globe Staff)


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