BostonGlobe.com Headlines - Dec. 23, 2014 December 24, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: Baker seeks review of MassDOT move to Roxbury: Governor-elect Charlie Baker said transferring the agency should be subject to a more detailed public review. Casey Ross details the story. State senator’s partner to leave his PR job: The domestic partner of presumptive Senate president Stanley Rosenberg blamed the Globe for driving him out of his job. Frank Phillips details the latest. Pope gives Vatican leadership a withering critique: Pope Francis ticked off 15 “spiritual diseases” to which he suggested top-level Vatican officials are especially prone. John L. Allen Jr. reports. Schools offering courses on sale of marijuana: With medical marijuana primed to create jobs statewide, schools are springing up to prepare workers for those positions. Katherine Landergan details the latest. Boston-to-D.C. flights showcase region’s power players: The BOS-DCA shuttle provides an airborne showcase of the region’s power players. Matt Viser details the story. Screen time wrong prelude to bedtime, study says: Researchers found reading on a backlit screen suppressed the sleep hormone melatonin and shifted the body’s natural sleep-wake cycle. Carolyn Y. Johnson reports. Convicted of attempted murder, man pleads for pardon: A man who served eight years asked the Governor’s Council for a clean record, with the backing of a range of supporters. Joshua Miller reports. Patriots prevailed over Jets, but their roles seemed reversed: The usually woeful Jets were well-prepared, while the usually sharp Patriots were rather sloppy. Ben Volin details the latest.