Here are the top POLITICAL headlines from BostonGlobe.com today
- National Archives director battles to unlock US secrets: Washington bureau reporter Bryan Bender introduces David Ferriero, a Massachusetts born librarian who was appointed by President Obama to be the Director of the National Archives in Washington and the first librarian to hold the position.
- Romney gains on eve of Miss., Ala. Voting: Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich battle it out in Alabama and Mississippi to crown the winner in the Deep South. Political reporter Michael Levenson provides details.
- Mitt Romney turns 65, will not enroll in Medicare: As Mitt Romney turns 65 he claims he will not enroll in Medicare, instead he's proposed offering seniors "premium support" - money they could use to pay for Medicare or for private insurance. Correspondent Callum Borchers explains.
- Immigration divides rivals in Mass. Senate race: Reporter Stephanie Ebbert writes about immigration policy being the issue dividing the voters in the Massachusetts Senate race.