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Bob Hohler

Bob Hohler is a sports investigative and enterprise reporter. He also covered the Red Sox and worked in the Globe’s Washington bureau. His book, “I Touch the Future: The Story of Christa McAuliffe,” details the New Hampshire teacher’s life and death aboard the space shuttle.

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Ed Markey gives Robert Kraft’s campaign funds to antitrafficking group

By , Globe Staff

Senator Edward Markey is distancing himself from the Patriots owner, who faces charges that he patronized a Florida spa that profited from the illicit sex acts of its workers.

Solicitation charge raises many questions about Robert Kraft’s future

By and John Hilliard , Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent

The Patriots owner faces one of his greatest personal challenges as he tries to protect his image as one of Boston’s most prominent business leaders.

Robert Kraft charges come as part of human trafficking sting

By , Globe Staff

The Patriots owner is accused of soliciting prostitution as part of an investigation of human trafficking at multiple day spas in Florida. A spokesperson for Kraft said: “We categorically deny that Mr. Kraft engaged in any illegal activity.”

Veteran Globe baseball writer Nick Cafardo dies at 62

By , Globe Staff

Cafardo, who joined the Globe in 1989, was one of Boston’s most prominent sports reporters.