Headlines - Nov. 11, 2014

The Boston Globe



Here are highlights from today's Globe:

  • Obama backs equal access to Internet: President Obama’s stance on the concept of an open Internet has outraged Internet service providers and heartened advocates. Dan Adams and Nidhi Subbaraman report.
  • Why the Red Sox should re-sign Jon Lester: Risks abound in the search for top-line starting pitching. So here’s the solution: The Sox should admit they were wrong and sign Jon Lester. Peter Abraham details the story.
  • Medal of Honor recipient still saving lives: US Army Staff Sergeant Ryan Pitts hopes talking about his invisible wounds will reduce the stigma that leads so many veterans to not seek help. Kevin Cullen details the story.