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  • O'Malley, Va. governor debate on 'Meet the Press'

    Political frienemies Martin O'Malley and Bob McDonnell made their latest joint appearance Sunday morning — this time on NBC's "Meet the Press," the nation's premier Sunday morning talk show. The two make an attractive pair for Washington TV...
  • Michael Eric Dyson leaves NPR show made at WEAA, Ken Weinman out at 105.7 The Fan

    Michael Eric Dyson leaves NPR show made at WEAA, Ken Weinman out at 105.7 The Fan
    Some radio changes over the weekend... Michael Eric Dyson has left his NPR show that's produced at Morgan State University, and the production will go off the air altogether at the end of the month. For the next three weeks, guest hosts will fill in...
  • Oprah's interview with Bobbi Kristina Brown

    Oprah's interview with Bobbi Kristina Brown
    Update 2 p.m. Monday: Preliminary Nielsen ratings say 3.5 million viewers watched Winfrey's interviews Sunday night. That is more than twice the previous high of 1.6 million for any program ever on her OWN channel. And she rated highest with the target...
  • Afghan massacre: What blame rests on society?

    As a psychologist who has spent more than a year in the Middle East, I have been following with great interest the commentary following the massacre in Afghanistan by the U.S. soldier last Saturday ("Killings of 16 appall Afghans," March 12). Almost...
  • Martin O'Malley on PAGE SIX

    We have gotten used to Gov. Martin O'Malley's fondness for cable talk shows and the national media. But New York tabloids? Spotted! Our governor splashed across the pages of New York Post's Page Six, seen dining at the swank Upper East Side eatery Casa...
  • Worldstarhiphop.com makes a name for itself with violent viral videos

    Worldstarhiphop.com makes a name for itself with violent viral videos
    The video is arresting. A figure wearing a ski mask appears just outside the front door of a school on a sunny day. In an instant, he and a student are charging each other, fists raised. They meet, a punch is thrown, and the person in the ski mask falls...
  • Reading the court's mind

    Reading the court's mind
    The Supreme Court's three days of arguments on the constitutionality of the Obama health care law have triggered a guessing game, replacing for the moment the 2012 presidential campaign as topic A on the nation's nonstop talk shows. Did the justices'...
  • UM students help launch Dan Savage's new TV show

    UM students help launch Dan Savage's new TV show
    At the start of his new MTV series, "Savage U," Dan Savage introduces himself to a group of University of Maryland students as a "big jerk" and a sex advice columnist. While there's not much "big jerk" behavior, there is lots of sound advice from the...
  • After WrestleMania, a new era begins on Monday Night Raw

    After WrestleMania, a new era begins on Monday Night Raw
    A new era began on tonight's Raw. With Team John Lauriniatis' victory at WrestleMania, Laurinaitis officially launched his reign of control in WWE. His first orders of business? Rewarding the men who helped land him his position of power. Jack Swagger...
  • Up in the sky: Not a bird or a plane — a helicopter with ads

    Up in the sky: Not a bird or a plane — a helicopter with ads
    You know those banners towed by airplanes over beaches and stadiums? Old hat. Prepare yourself for airborne advertising 2.0. A Columbia startup is using a helicopter to hover over traffic and events in the Baltimore-Washington area and display a huge...
  • Md. panel on medical pot eyes academic centers to run program

    Md. panel on medical pot eyes academic centers to run program
    As proposals take shape for a medical marijuana program in Maryland, the state is considering an approach that would put academic centers such as the Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland at the helm as a way of closely monitoring the...
  • Ron Smith to stop chemotherapy, remain on air 'as long as I can'

    Ron Smith to stop chemotherapy, remain on air 'as long as I can'
    Ron Smith went on WBAL radio Thursday, just as he has for the past 27 years. But the conservative talk-show host, who was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, opened his show telling listeners — with characteristic bluntness — that he...