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  • O'Malley, Perry spar over jobs with 2016 in background

    O'Malley, Perry spar over jobs with 2016 in background
    After circling each other for days, Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley and Texas Gov. Rick Perry clashed Wednesday in a nationally televised debate that was focused on state economic policy but tied closely to presidential politics. The state leaders —...
  • Starbucks caves to the radical gun lobby

    Starbucks caves to the radical gun lobby
    If there was any doubt about how cowed America is by the gun lobby, it was erased today by Howard Schultz, the president, chairman and CEO of Starbucks Coffee Company. After months of controversy over whether patrons should openly be allowed to carry...
  • Looking Out: Court deciding if sexual orientation can impact jury selection

    Looking Out: Court deciding if sexual orientation can impact jury selection
    Despite numerous marriage equality-related cases currently making their way through the judicial system, it's somehow the hot-button area of antitrust law where an important LGBT rights issue is taking place. The Associated Press reported Wednesday that...
  • Why mental illness can be a red herring [Commentary]

    Whenever yet another mass shooting happens, I think the only thing that gets analyzed more than gun laws is the issue of mental illness. In the most recent, deadly attack on the Washington Navy Yard, the suspect was, sadly, once again described as a...
  • Keith Olbermann names Terps' athletic department the day's 'World's Worst In Sports'

    Keith Olbermann names Terps' athletic department the day's 'World's Worst In Sports'
    Bobby Valentine, the concessions sector and Maryland sports. Those are the only three topics Keith Olbermann has invoked more than once as the "World’s Worst in Sports" on his nightly ESPN television show. Do not adjust your computer. Nothing is...
  • A better way to manage the crab harvest

    It's been five years since the Chesapeake Bay blue crab fishery was declared a disaster, and despite progress using science-based guidelines for protecting female crabs, the iconic Chesapeake crustacean is still not out of the woods. The Baltimore Sun's...
  • Terps land Penn State transfer, Calvert Hall grad Jon Graham

    Terps land Penn State transfer, Calvert Hall grad Jon Graham
    The Maryland men's basketball program has picked up a commitment from Penn State transfer Jon Graham, a source close to the situation confirmed to The Baltimore Sun. Graham, a Calvert Hall graduate, decided to transfer from Penn State after a redshirt...
  • Benghazi apology is big, bad news for '60 Minutes'

    Benghazi apology is big, bad news for '60 Minutes'
      The apology by CBS News for a Benghazi report it aired Oct. 27 on "60 Minutes" is big, bad news for the network. Lara Logan, who was the correspondent on the report, went on the network's morning show and made the apology in the video that runs with...
  • No. 1 Gilman, St. Frances look to keep rolling in Brothers in Arms Classic

    No. 1 Gilman, St. Frances look to keep rolling in Brothers in Arms Classic
    After their thrilling season-opening victories last weekend, the Gilman and St. Frances football teams will try to keep the momentum rolling against a couple more challenging opponents Sunday at the Under Armour Brothers In Arms Classic at Byrd Stadium....
  • Inexperience hurts St. Frances in 32-6 loss to Friendship Collegiate

    Inexperience hurts St. Frances in 32-6 loss to Friendship Collegiate
    COLLEGE PARK — Through the first half Sunday, St. Frances' football team stuck close to Friendship Collegiate Academy from Washington D.C., the best team the Panthers have played in the five-year history of their program. In the third quarter,...
  • Looking back to when Laurel welcomed home first Southeast Asia POW

    Looking back to when Laurel welcomed home first Southeast Asia POW
    The specially modified, intelligence-gathering C-47 plane lifted off from Vientiane, the capital of Laos, March 23, 1961, and headed north toward Xieng Khouangville, a Communist-held area. The experienced Air Force crew was accompanied by Army Maj....
  • Modell's death intensifies calls for his Hall of Fame induction

    Modell's death intensifies calls for his Hall of Fame induction
    The death of former Ravens owner Art Modell has unleashed a flood of warm memories in Baltimore, but Modell is a more complicated figure for many people, who struggle to forgive him for moving his franchise from Cleveland. That conflicted sensibility...