Headlines - September 16, 2014

The Boston Globe




Here are highlights from today's Globe:

  • Compact Boston may have Olympic advantage: In contrast with its rivals’ spread-out plans for the 2024 Summer Games, Boston is offering itself as a city with a close array of venues. John Powers details the story.
  • Two strategies for rights: Black Americans use the ballot box, while Palestinians boycott the vote. Farah Stockman details the story.
  • For NFL, real issue is bottom line: It’s clear that Roger Goodell has become an indelible part of the problem and not a part of any solution to the Ray Rice fiasco. Steve Syre details the latest.