BostonGlobe.com Headlines - October 2, 2014 October 03, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: A clash of styles in contest to lead Boston’s NAACP: The fierce race to lead the Boston NAACP has awakened sections of the city amid a low-wattage governor’s race. Meghan E. Irons reports. Secret Service director resigns after harsh bipartisan criticism: Julia Pierson stepped down from her post following a string of security lapses. Cat Zakrzewski details the latest. Washington delegation asked to give to Coakley amid fund-raising woes: Members of the Mass. congressional delegation have been asked to pony up at least $25,000 each from their political funds. Frank Phillips and Jim O’Sullivan report. In ‘Gone Girl,’ a twisted view of modern marriage: Is the view of marriage promulgated by “Gone Girl” hopelessly bleak or more honest than a lot of us care to admit? Ty Burr details the movie. Saugus sexual assault suspect was freed in earlier cases: A judge previously declined to hold a man now charged with participating in an alleged sexual assault captured on Snapchat. Laura Crimaldi details the story. Charlie Baker is good at big business, but does he care about small?: Under Governor Baker, would small businesses receive the same helping hand extended to Harvard Pilgrim 15 years ago? Joan Vennochi details the latest. US fighting Afghan soldiers’ release, lawyer says: Federal officials are fighting the soldiers’ bid to be released from jail as they seek asylum, their lawyer says. Maria Sacchetti reports.