Headlines - Nov. 12, 2014

The Boston Globe



Here are highlights from today's Globe:

  • City vetting sites for displaced homeless: A city lot beside the Southeast Expressway is the leading candidate to house hundreds of homeless displaced when the Long Island bridge was condemned. David Abel reports.
  • Baker plan for GOP stirs defiance: Charlie Baker’s move to take control of the Mass. Republican Party is quickly bogging him down in internal party squabbles. Frank Phillips reports.
  • Democracy, despite itself: As disillusioned and divided as we are over politics, we still take it for granted that the bitterest election will end with a gracious concession speech, not a war. Farah Stockman details the latest.