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Iran’s network in a bottle


istock photos; Globe staff digital illustration/Dan Zedek

Forget censoring the World Wide Web. Why not just build a state-controlled internet of your own?

Seguin Island’s lighthouse is the second oldest in Maine and its highest above sea level.

Exclusive Sunday Preview | Travel

Seguin Island’s landscape, lighthouse embody history

The 64-acre Maine island can be reached seasonally by boat or, for the experienced and adventurous, sea kayak.

Exclusive Sunday Preview | Globe Magazine

Bringing hope in the wake of disaster

This Sunday, the Globe Magazine is naming 12 people as Bostonians Changing the World. Meet four of our honorees now, including Linda Mason, a luminary in humanitarian work.

“Fantastic Monument” by Giovanni Battista Piranesi.

Art Review

‘The Invention of Fantasy: Eighteenth-Century Venice’ captures romance, imagination

The Museum of Fine Arts exhibit is a casual collection of prints that capture 18th-century romance and imagination.

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Defendants must prove need for free lawyer, SJC rules

People facing criminal charges have the burden of proving they cannot afford their own lawyer before getting a court-appointed one, the state’s highest court ruled.

Dow jumps 204 points, led by JPMorgan earnings

Strong earning from the bank launched a stock market rally that gave the Dow Jones industrial average its best day of the month.

UN chief urges action after new Syria attack

The UN secretary general and an international envoy stepped up pressure on the divided UN Security Council to promise “consequences” if the violence in Syria does not end.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2012/06/09/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Advance/Images/Boghosian_Nationals-Red%20Sox19_SPTS.jpg Lucchino tries for positive spin on season

In a letter to season ticket holders, Red Sox president Larry Lucchino urged fans to “keep the faith” as several key players were set to return from injury.


Mitt Romney’s campaign asked for a correction on Thursday’s Globe story, but did not dispute any facts in the article

Romney attacked on Bain exit date

Obama’s campaign accused Mitt Romney of lying about the length of his tenure at the helm of Bain Capital, while the Romney team called the charge “reckless.”

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