November 24, 2010

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Patronage player
to leave key post

Thomas M. Petrolati, the third-ranking Democratic leader in the House of Representatives, agreed to leave his leadership post, becoming the first political casualty of a damning independent counsel’s report that portrayed him as a major player in the patronage scandal that has engulfed the state’s Probation Department. (Globe Staff)

HIV drugs found to aid prevention

Researchers reported yesterday that the same drugs that have transformed HIV infection from a death sentence into a chronic disease can also help protect gay men from being infected with the virus in the first place. (By Elizabeth Cooney, Globe Correspondent)

Pope confirms his approval
of condom use against disease

Pope Benedict XVI clearly acknowledged yesterday that the need to prevent diseases like AIDS could outweigh the church’s long opposition to the use of condoms. (By Rachel Donadio and Laurie Goodstein, New York Times)

DA says slaying of 4
launched with a robbery

It was a robbery that turned into an execution: The four people — including a toddler — who were slain on Woolson Street in Mattapan two months ago lost their lives over drugs, cash, and a television set, a prosecutor said yesterday. (By Milton J. Valencia, Globe Staff)

N.H. still not showing up on Palin’s radar

Sarah Palin launched a book tour in what is widely seen as a test run for a presidential bid, but one stop is notably missing: the first-primary state of New Hampshire. (By Matt Viser, Globe Staff)


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