Here are the top POLITICAL headlines from BostonGlobe.com today:
- Mitt Romney's '02 Olympics short on transparency: Romney promised "complete transparency" when he took charge of the scandal-plagued Salt Lake City Olympics, but archivists say most key records about the Games were destroyed. Washington bureau chief Christopher Rowland and political correspondent Callum Borchers provide details.
- Hard-charging start for youngest Mass. Mayor: Twenty-two years old and openly gay, Alex Morse was an unlikely victor in November's mayoral race in Holyoke, where he became the youngest mayor in state history. Reporter Martine Powers writes.
- Senate bill calls for US uniforms in future Olympics to be made in America: The United States Olympic Committee agreed Monday to the provisions of a Senate bill that called for ceremonial uniforms worn by US athletes at future Olympics to be made in America. Political correspondent Callum Borchers reports.