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The year in Baltimore Sun pictures

The Sun's photo staff bring compelling images that draw the viewer to the pages of the newspaper and baltimoresun.com. The pictures in this blog post are samples of their work in 2014.

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  • Movie review: 'Unbroken'
    Movie review: 'Unbroken'

    Angelina Jolie directs this grueling adaptation of the Laura Hillenbrand book about Louis Zamperini's WWII ordeals as a Japanese-captured POW.

  • Movie review: 'The Interview'
    Movie review: 'The Interview'

    America comes off looking at least as bad as North Korea in the satire, which is about as funny as a communist food shortage.

  • Another great, eclectic year for Baltimore music
    Another great, eclectic year for Baltimore music

    If we distilled the Baltimore music scene's year to one video clip, the result would be Future Islands' network TV debut on "The Late Show with David Letterman" in March.

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  • When is a cyber attack an act of cyber war?
    When is a cyber attack an act of cyber war?

    No consensus exists between the U.S. government and cyber security experts as to whether North Korea is responsible for the online dumping of Sony Pictures Entertainment's confidential business data and emails. Even if it could be proven beyond any doubt with uncontestable...

  • Stopping a cyber bully
    Stopping a cyber bully

    The suspected North Korean cyber attack on Sony Pictures computers this month has left the Obama administration scrambling to come up with a response to the massive data beach carried out against a multinational company by a foreign government. While no one is seriously contemplating war with...

  • Rubio is trying to stand up for Cuba, but sanctions only hurt Cubans
    Rubio is trying to stand up for Cuba, but sanctions only hurt Cubans

    "With all due respect." That's a fitting sentiment to express to Cuban-Americans angered by President  Barack Obama's decision to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba.

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