The next stage

As eyes turn to N.H., Romney becomes the target

Several candidates vowed to launch more aggressive attacks on Granite State front-runner Mitt Romney.

Mitt Romney appeared with Senator John McCain at Manchester Central High School today.

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In N.H., Romney accepts McCain endorsement

Senator John McCain, who defeated Romney for the 2008 GOP nomination, today endorsed the former Massachusetts governor.

Former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray spoke at an event in Columbus, Ohio, in 2010.

Obama appoints Cordray to lead consumer agency

Defying warnings from Republicans, the White House used a recess appointment to install Richard Cordray as director of the financial watchdog.

Back Bay church seeks to restore Tiffany window

The Church of the Covenant is trying to come up with the $60,000 needed to restore a rare window that was smashed last month by thieves.

Church of the Covenant's Tiffany window under repair

The vandalized Tiffany stained-glass window at Boston's Church of the Covenant is undergoing a restoration.

Cardinal Sean O'Malley

Church’s response to abuse not good enough for some

Cardinal Sean P. O’Malley issued a report today outlining the church’s response to the scandal that broke 10 years ago this month, but critics said they were unimpressed.

Conn. review could derail NStar, Northeast Utilities merger

Connecticut regulators today said they will launch a review of the proposed merger between Boston’s NStar and Hartford-based Northeast Utilities.

New Yahoo chief executive Scott Thompson.

New Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson has local ties

Thompson, who graduated from Stonehill College in Easton, was born in Taunton and grew up in Raynham.

“There remains a clear battle over who is going to dominate in the Republican Party.”

David Redlawsk,  a political science professor and director of polling at Rutgers


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Boston, MA., 07/21/10, State Chief Justice Margaret H. Marshall, who led the state's highest court in its historic ruling on same-sex marriage, will retire to be with her ailing husband. Section; Metro Globe staff Suzanne Kreiter Library Tag 07222010 National/Foreign

Marshall returns to private law practice in Boston

Former chief justice of the Supreme Judicial Court Margaret H. Marshall, who wrote the 2003 decision legalizing gay marriage in the state, joins Choate, Hall & Stewart this week.


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Sears’ new retail czar joins an ailing icon

Sears chose Ron Boire, Brookstone Inc.’s chief executive, to serve as its chief merchandising officer and help bring customers back into its stores.

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