April 19, 2011

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Nuclear plant sues
Vt. to stay open

Owners of the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant filed a federal lawsuit yesterday to prevent state lawmakers from shutting the plant down when its 40-year license expires next year. (By Beth Daley, Globe Staff)

A new line of attack on Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's disease cannot be clinically diagnosed until it begins to lay waste to a person's mind. Within a decade, that could change, according to scientists who today released a new definition of the disease. (By Chelsea Conaboy, Globe Staff)

Globe art critic Smee wins Pulitzer

Sebastian Smee, art critic of The Boston Globe, yesterday was awarded the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for criticism. (By Don Aucoin, Globe Staff)

For these tech grads,
the job choice is theirs

For many Wentworth Institute of Technology students, finding a good, well-paying first job is proving to be a lot easier than it was a couple of years ago. (By Hiawatha Bray, Globe Staff)


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