Morning Sentinel

150 doctors target of tax fraud in NH, Vt., Shaheen says

The medical societies in both states say Social Security numbers have been stolen and used to file fraudulent federal tax returns.

North Korea’s pop queens stage comeback

Said to have been hand-picked by Kim Jong Un himself, they perform ‘colorful’ numbers such as ‘O My Motherland Full of Hope’ and ‘We Think of the Marshal Day and Night.’

Afghan hospital guard kills 3 American doctors

The wounded gunman was in surgery at midday in the same medical facility under heavy police guard.

E-cigarette industry in FDA’s crosshairs

With the market rapidly expanding, the agency has decided it is time to establish some rules and regulations.

Lawsuit could clarify rules on airport screening of breast milk

A woman who refused to let security X-ray her breast milk reaches a tentative settlement.

After avalanche, Sherpas walk off job at Everest

After 16 of their colleagues die on the mountain, resentment over their pay, treatment and benefits grows.

Red Sox win 5-1 after Yankees pitcher ejected for pine tar

Boston’s John Lackey dominates with 11 strikeouts, while Michael Pineda faces his second controversy in two weeks.

Maine seeks whistleblower’s health files in document-shredding case

A judge limits the request. Her lawyer says it’s likely an attempt to portray the Maine CDC employee as unstable.

Red Sox win 5-1 after Yankees pitcher ejected for pine tar

Boston’s John Lackey dominates with 11 strikeouts, while Michael Pineda faces his second controversy in two weeks.

Yankees pitcher Pineda ejected after Red Sox complain of foreign substance

It appeared Michael Pineda had illegal pine tar on his skin for the second time in 13 days.