Thursday, February 21, 2013 at 09:22AM
- Talk grows of taking Cuba off terror list: US diplomats believe that Cuba should no longer be designated a sponsor of terrorism, raising the prospect that the US could restore relations with Havana. Globe Washington bureau reporter Bryan Bender covers.
- Sean Bielat bows out of Senate special election: Last week, who lost two recent US House elections, had opened an exploratory committee. Globe politics reporter Noah Bierman details.
- Mitt Romney to make first public speech next month at conservative conference: After months of avoiding the limelight following his unsuccessful presidential bid, Mitt Romney is planning to make his first public speech next month at a large gathering of conservatives. Globe Washington bureau reporter Matt Viser covers.
- Scott Brown less than candid? Bqhatevwr: The former Senator's convoluted explanation for his Twitter messages chips away at Scott Brown Inc., a brand he needs to keep fresh and honest if he is to have a political future in Mass. Globe columnist Joan Vennochi writes.