BostonGlobe.com Headlines - October 22, 2014 October 23, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: With deaths of 2 boys in Lawrence, 2014 fire toll mounts: The two young boys are the latest victims in a year that has seen the most fire-related deaths in Mass. since 2011. Peter Schworm, Maria Cramer and Laura Crimaldi report. Ben Bradlee, at 93; hard-charging journalist guided Watergate coverage: Mr. Bradlee’s 23 years as executive editor of the Washington Post made him a legendary figure in US journalism. Mark Feeney details the latest. Coakley, Baker face off in first head-to-head TV debate: Martha Coakley and Charlie Baker worked to avoid major gaffes or viral moments that could upend the gubernatorial race. Michael Levenson reports. No finding on legality of Baker donation until after election: Charlie Baker made a controversial donation to Governor Chris Christie’s state party in New Jersey. Frank Phillips details the story. Once-booming Boston law firm struggles to survive: Bingham McCutchen LLP has watched more than 50 partners leave the firm since last year and cut 225 lawyers since 2012. Deirdre Fernandes reports. Plenty to discuss from last night’s gubernatorial debate: Charlie Baker and Martha Coakley managed to give direct, detailed, and meaty answers on a wide variety of subjects. Evan Horowitz details the latest. In politics, patience isn’t overrated – but loyalty often is: When a would-be governor puts loyalty first in his hierarchy of values, it’s hard not to wonder how far that loyalty is expected to go. Jeff Jacoby details the story.