BostonGlobe.com Headlines - Dec. 1, 2014 December 02, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: Punishing sex-trafficking accomplices presents quandary: Officials are struggling to find the best way to discipline sex-trafficking accomplices, who often are victims themselves. Milton J. Valencia reports. Patrick says he wanted indictment in Ferguson shooting: Governor Patrick said a trial in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown would “be good for the community.” Travis Andersen reports. Boston’s young adults plentiful, influential — and often burdened: With such a high rate of young people, Boston more forcefully feels burdens like crippling student debt and a rising cost of living. Catherine Cloutier details the latest. D.C. rookie Seth Moulton takes a veteran’s approach: The congressman-elect’s military background seems to be a driving theme of what he hopes to accomplish in Washington. Cat Zakrzewski details the story. Baker’s new chief of staff left NU before governor-elect called: Virtually every news story described Steven Kadish as the university’s COO, creating the impression that Baker lured him away. Andrea Estes reports. Packers went to Plans C, D and E to beat Patriots: The Patriots defense handled the Packers’ primary receiving weapons well, but a pair of rookies stepped up with major contributions. Ben Volin reports. 3-D printing offers promise of custom stents with perfect fits: With a 3-D printer — and help from an architect — researchers are aiming to customize tubes to keep patients’ airways open. Jon Christian details the story. The real Benghazi scandal: The Republican Party’s politicization of the tragedy now risks stifling the expeditionary impulses of US diplomats. Michael Cohen details the latest.