Daily Feed: Tim Wakefield Gets His 200th. Thank Goodness.

Tim Wakefield Gets His 200th. Thank Goodness. That wasn’t a light breeze you heard this morning. That was the sound of a collective sigh of relief now that the Sox pitcher notched his 200th win. [NYTimes.com]

Elizabeth Warren Launches Campaign with Tour of Mass. After being heavily courted to take on incumbent Scott Brown, Warren officially launched her campaign for U.S. Senate and shook some hands before boarding a train for a tour of the state. But now, her biggest headache? How her “elite” day job could be used against her. [WashingtonPost.com]

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Jacqueline Kennedy Exhibit Opens at JFK Library Today. The exhibit, which runs through the end of 2012, features never-before-heard interviews that were recorded just months after JFK’s assassination.  [TheBostonChannel.com]

Children No Longer Automatically Considered Shoe Bombers. One small victory for blogger Katherine Ozment’s 15-month-old-daughter, one giant leap for kids everywhere.  [BostonGlobe.com]

Now We Finally Know What ITA Software Means to Google. Five months after Google acquired the Cambridge-based software company, Google launches Flight Search, which does exactly that.  [Benzinga.com]

Meet The Man Who’s In Line To Take Over Boston Scientific. But can Johnson & Johnson exec Michael F. Mahoney turn the ship around?  [MassHighTech.com]