Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at 08:51AM
- Democrats strike early against Republicans in Senate race: Massachusetts Democrats, still humbled by their defeat in the 2010 special US Senate race, are targeting Senate candidate Michael J. Sullivan. Globe State House bureau chief Frank Phillips reports.
- Key council position down to 3: Two finalists for staff director of the Boston City Council have long resumes and master's degrees. The third has worked for Council President Stephen J. Murphy. Globe State House bureau reporter Andrew Ryan outlines.
- Romney's look back: More deflection than reflection: Mitt Romney wasn't candid in his first substantive remarks since the election, showing that he's evading the reasons he and the GOP lost in November. Globe columnist Scot Lehigh explains.
- Americans speak every language, but only English unites us: We have been able to mold an American mainstream, despite a hodgepodge of origins, by adhering to a common language. Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby writes.