Roughly Speaking podcast: A spy plane over Baltimore, and a hack at NSA (episode 141)

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Before preseason game, Panthers QB Cam Newton helped Baltimore's homeless

Cam Newton is quickly becoming the second-most popular starting NFL quarterback in Baltimore.

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Maryland's Michael Phelps, Katie Ledecky grace Sports Illustrated cover

By now you know that Maryland is the real hero of the Rio Olympics.

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Orioles' 'Full House' mashup creates the TV show we didn't know we needed

Could you imagine Buck Showalter starring in a sitcom? (I mean, besides "Seinfeld.")

Now you don't have to, because Twitter user Ryan Stickel already has the the Orioles manager's golden ticket to stardom. World, meet "Full Birdhouse."

All that's missing is a shot of Showalter driving a convertible full of Orioles across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.

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Like a true Baltimorean, Michael Phelps shows his distaste for the Steelers

Reporter at news conference in Rio was wearing Steelers gear.

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Ryan Lochte again predicts he will see Michael Phelps in Tokyo in 2020

Is Ryan Lochte just having more fun with Michael Phelps or does he really think Phelps will attempt to compete in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics?

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Move over, Leonidas: Michael Phelps breaks 2,168-year-old Olympic record

Michael Phelps has long been considered one of the greatest Olympians of all time, right there with modern Games greats like Usain Bolt, Larisa Latynina and Jesse Owens.

But now, after Phelps won the 200-meter individual-medley final Thursday night in Rio de Janeiro, his 13th individual gold medal, we can safely say he has eclipsed Leonidas of Rhodes.

Oh, you don't know Leonidas of Rhodes?

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