In N.H., Santorum says he is candidate who can ‘change the country’

Republican presidential candiddate Rick Santorum appeared before a large crowd in Brentwood, N.H., tonight, a day after finishing a close and surprising second in the Iowa caucuses.

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Rick Santorum’s first New Hampshire event since the Iowa caucuses drew a large crowd, who heard him offer implied criticism of front-runner Mitt Romney.

McCain endorses Romney in N.H.

Senator John McCain, who won the New Hampshire primary in 2000 and 2008, endorsed his former rival today.

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Former Lotus, Microsoft exec. hiring for new Boston start-up

Ray Ozzie created Lotus Notes and was chief software architect at Microsoft. He’s now getting a software company called Cocomo off the ground in Boston.

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More students spending winter break in ‘winternships’

What winter break? In a tough job market, more college students are eager to bolster their resumes and get any edge they can.

Theater director David Wheeler (right), is seen with his son, actor/director Lewis Wheeler.


David Wheeler, legendary Boston theater director, dies at 86

Wheeler was artistic director of the Theatre Company of Boston from 1963 to 1975, and worked with such young actors as Al Pacino, Dustin Hoffman, and Robert DeNiro, early in their careers.

Celtics guard Avery Bradley battled with Nets' forward Shelden Williams in the second quarter for a lose ball at the TD Garden. The Celtics won 89-70.

Celtics 89, Nets 70

Pierce scores 24 in Celtics’ fourth straight win

Paul Pierce scored 9 of his 24 points during a game-breaking third-quarter run as the Celtics beat the injury-depleted New Jersey Nets 89-70 tonight.

New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur made a save on a shot by the Bruins' Brad Marchand in the first period tonight, but Boston won 6-1.

Bruins 6, Devils 1

Bergeron scores 2 goals in rout of Devils

Patrice Bergeron scored two goals, and Tim Thomas made 30 saves in the Bruins’ 6-1 rout of the New Jersey Devils tonight.

“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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Greece threatens to toss euro if deal fails

Greece’s government warned that the debt-crippled country will have to ditch the euro if it fails to finalize the details of its second $169 billion international bailout.

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