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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Donahue
On the day before he was set to take over as the nation's 73rd U.S. postmaster general, Patrick R. Donahoe sought to explain to a Senate panel how he plans to reverse a string of multibillion-dollar annual losses and lift the Postal Service out of the worst financial crisis in its history.
Mr. Donahue said in The Boston Globe that Bulger was the alleged killer, but that he learned during recent court testimony that the shooter may actually have been Nee.