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  • Brown suggests Gansler apologize to voters

    A day after his campaign called for an apology, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown said Wednesday that perhaps his gubernatorial opponent Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler owes one to the voters instead. Gansler's secretly recorded comments about race...
  • Baltimore better than D.C.? Washingtonians fire back

    Baltimore better than D.C.? Washingtonians fire back
    Every so often, the rivalry is renewed. Of Baltimore, a Washingtonian will say something like, "I wouldn’t want to live there, but what a place to explore." In turn, a Baltimorean will answer back, "The Washington Monument in the National Mall is...
  • Terps Trio: Maryland's budget woes, backup QB and D.C. Assault

    Terps Trio: Maryland's budget woes, backup QB and D.C. Assault
    Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. What is the cause of the budget situation that Maryland finds itself in? Jeff Barker: There is...
  • A balance of biases

    While letter writer Marie Mullen may be warranted in the conclusion that The Sun favors the Democratic Party and a liberal view in its editorials and columnists, certainly the paper is not unique in this respect ("More balance in The Sun, please!" Aug....
  • Lt. Gov. Brown offers observations on race

    Lt. Gov. Brown offers observations on race
    Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown told a room of fellow African-American elected officials Friday that they have a "responsibility borne of expectations" to advocate for minority communities. As a comparison, Brown said farmers in public office are expected to...
  • Gansler's gaffe: Unwise, but not worthy of an apology

    Gansler's gaffe: Unwise, but not worthy of an apology
    An ugly fight unfolded last week between gubernatorial aspirants Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown and Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler regarding their campaign rhetoric. Mr. Gansler was surreptitiously recorded saying, "I mean, right now [Mr....
  • Obama family welcomes a new puppy into the White House

    Obama family welcomes a new puppy into the White House
    The Obamas have a new member of the first family. Sunny, a Portugueses water dog, arrived Monday at the White House from Michigan. She was born in June 2012 and is the sister of the original Obama family pet Bo. According to The Washington Post, the...
  • Serious questions about Del. Vallario

    Serious questions about Del. Vallario
    Del. Joseph F. Vallario Jr., the Prince George's County Democrat who chairs the House Judiciary Committee, is the frequent target of accusations that his public role and private interests conflict. That criticism usually boils down to a disagreement...
  • Despite ambition, Martin O'Malley will never make it to the Oval Office

    Dan Rodricks' column about Gov. Martin O'Malley's potential run for the presidency was full of puffery but short on actual reasons why Mr. O'Malley would make a good candidate ("Martin O'Malley starts to take his victory lap," Aug. 20). Throughout Mr....
  • Washington group explores bid for 2024 Olympics

    Washington group explores bid for 2024 Olympics
    Baltimore-area venues would stage Olympic events under a Washington, D.C.-based group's plan to explore a bid to host the 2024 Summer Games. "Our intention is to have this be the entire region," said Robert T. Sweeney, president of DC 2024. "Quite...
  • A Republican 'civil war'?

    Once again, I am shocked by the blatantly biased treatment many media outlets continue to heap on the Republican Party ("GOP struggles to overcome adversity," Aug. 23). The coverage of the appointment of two new state senators, one from Democratic...
  • Back Story: Randolph laid groundwork for March on Washington

    Back Story: Randolph laid groundwork for March on Washington
    The momentous events that culminated in the March on Washington 50 years ago this week have largely overlooked the legacy of one man whose own dream of such a march was more than two decades in the making. Asa Philip Randolph — better known as A....