The numbers are in, and these are the stories that people on Beacon Hill and beyond looked at the most in May. If you missed one, remember that it's never to late to comment on any article!
1. : First it was revealed that Harvard University once touted Warren’s marginal Native American heritage as proof of their faculty’s diversity. Then it was revealed that Brown, who ran for office vowing to kill President Obama’s health care law (and who has since voted three times to repeal it) took advantage of a key provision in it.
2. : The MBTA and Homeland Security plan to release deadbacteria into three Red Line stations this summer to test bio-terror sensors.
3. : Mayor Thomas M. Menino says the drug problem in Boston isn't at a crisis level. But, it is.
4. : Riders responded to a woman's call "They stole my phone!" and held down a suspect until police could arrest the man.
5. : Police are looking for the man who got away with thousands of dollars in the robbery.
7. : Police added six men to their list of highly sought-after suspects.
10. : The city's zoning board decided today to oppose a request by the owners of 12 Grove St. that would have allowed Villa Mexico Cafe to relocate there from Grampy's gas station on Cambridge Street.