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Rice apologizes to wife and all domestic violence victims; takes questions 

Surrounded by his wife, about 30 of his teammates and about 15 television cameras, Ravens running back Ray Rice repeatedly apologized for his actions that led to his February arrest and vowed to speak out against domestic violence when the time is right.

Worn, fractured rail caused Ellicott City train derailment, NTSB determines

The two women who were killed in the 2012 accident played no role in the train's derailment, the agency's final report says.

Orioles acquire LHP Andrew Miller for prospect Eduardo Rodriguez 

The Orioles have acquired the do-it-all left-handed reliever they were seeking, picking up Andrew Miller from the Boston Red Sox.

NAACP convention not necessarily coming to Baltimore after all

The local branch of the NAACP was premature last week when it announced that the organization's 2016 national convention will be held in Baltimore, a spokeswoman from the national headquarters said Thursday.

9 shot in less than 24 hours in Baltimore

Six incidents between Wednesday afternoon and early Thursday morning

Glimpsed on the Town

See fashion-forward locals at events around the Baltimore area.
Glimpsed at Work

Upcoming Baltimore-area concerts

Get information about upcoming concerts in and around Baltimore. For additional concerts, see FindLocal, The Baltimore Sun's events and venues database.

Worst restaurant foods

The Center for Science in the Public Interest, a watchdog group, has released its latest list of high-calorie, high-fat, high-sodium and high-sugar meals served at chain restaurants. Here are the worst, ranked by CPSI:

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