May 10, 2011

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Pakistan identifies
top CIA officer

For the second time in five months, Pakistani officials have angered the CIA by tipping the news media to the identity of the US station chief in Islamabad, a deliberate effort to complicate the work of the spy agency in the aftermath of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, American officials said. (By Jane Perlez, New York Times)

Signing away half their fortune

Earlier this month, Bill and Joyce Cummings became the first people in Massachusetts to sign the Giving Pledge, promising to donate at least half of their fortune to charity. The pledge was established last year by Buffett and the Gateses to encourage the super-rich to share their wealth. (By Calvin Hennick, Globe Correspondent)

Gingrich to make run for presidency

Newt Gingrich signaled yesterday that he is running for president, giving the wide-open GOP field a conservative packing considerable name recognition but also a personal history that could hobble his candidacy in some states. (By Matt Viser, Globe Staff)

Businesses pass along the price of fuel

Businesses of all sorts — from shippers to dry cleaners — are tacking on or raising surcharges to offset their high fuel costs, hitting consumers already squeezed between surging gas and food prices, and slow-growing wages. (By Erin Ailworth, Globe Staff)

A mighty role in downtown Worcester

What once was a boarded-up multiplex is now the glassy facade of the restored Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts, a venue for touring Broadway shows that draws audiences from all over fast-growing Worcester County. (By Laura Collins-Hughes, Globe Staff)


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