Bacteria found in other drugs from Framingham firm

Federal regulators said Thursday they found bacterial contamination in two more products made by the compounding pharmacy linked to the meningitis outbreak.

SJC seeks to halt ‘judge shopping’ in OUI cases

Judges in some Mass. courts acquit nearly all the drunken driving defendants who waive their right to a jury trial, a study ordered by the state’s highest court found in response to a Globe investigation.

// Michael Bloomberg endorses President Obama

The New York mayor, an independent and former Republican who is dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, cited Obama’s leadership on climate change.

Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney held a rally in Viriginia on Thursday.

Romney goes back on the attack in Virginia

In his second day on the campaign trail since Hurricane Sandy struck, the Republican presidential nominee charged that President Obama has failed to grasp business issues.



friday preview | opinion

The choice to end a life

Discussing physician-assisted suicide is almost beside the point, writes Joan Wickersham. What matters more is the nature, and the meaning, of a death.

friday preview | Dan Shaughnessy

The Celtics are Boston’s long green line

We are fortunate to have this team representing the city of Boston in the National Basketball Association.

Sunday Preview

// The Globe’s 2012 Top Places to Work list expands

New to this year’s list are small companies — those with 50 to 99 employees. Preview Sunday’s special section with the top five in four size categories.

A still from the DVD “Unba Unba.”

friday preview | music

Boston to experience Human Sexual Response again

The wild, seven-piece freakshow of Human Sexual Response was a central act in Boston’s late-’70s rock underground. On Nov. 10, Boston gets another chance to live their unique mayhem.

// Thousands in Mass. still without power

But utility companies were nearing their goal of full restoration three days after Hurricane Sandy sideswiped Massachusetts.


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Movie Review

The documentary follows Chad Jukes and 10 other wounded veterans as they scale a 20,075-foot Himalayan mountain.

Reaching for help in ‘High Ground’

A less than inspiring film about extremely inspiring individuals, it’s worth seeing for what it shows rather than how it shows it.