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Sun ReporterLawyers for The Sun will argue today in a Richmond, Va., courtroom that Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. had no constitutional right to forbid state officials from speaking with two of the paper's journalists, and that the ban was a violation of the First...
Sun ReporterMarshall led way to ruling Lawyer: The Baltimore native figured prominently in the Brown case - and in the Maryland actions that presaged it. -------------------- When the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Brown vs. Board of Education that school segregation...
Tags: Teen-agers, Teachers, Lawyers, Biology, George H.W. Bush
Sun reporterOn the eve of a meeting of a special committee investigating Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s personnel practices, the state Senate minority leader said yesterday that a former Maryland Democratic Party operative may be the elusive MD4BUSH, and may have...
Los Angeles TimesLONDON - Police SWAT teams captured yesterday the final three fugitives wanted for trying to bomb the London transit system, two in a raid on a public housing project here and the third seized by Italian police who tracked him to a suburb of Rome. The...
Tags: Guerrilla Activity, Arts, Television, Immigration, Italy
William L. Klender, an award-winning photographer whose images of life in Maryland graced the old Sunday Sun magazinefor decades, died Tuesday of pneumonia at Ellicott City Health and Rehabilitation. He was 90. Mr. Klender, the son of a printer, was born...
Los Angeles TimesROME - A suspect in the botched London subway bombings made an initial Italian court appearance yesterday, and there were indications that he would fight extradition to Britain. The capture of a man identified as Osman Hussain, an Ethiopian-born...
Sun StaffEsquire had it wrong; Atlantic Monthly had it right. Leonard Garment's book missed the mark; Ronald Kessler's was on the money. William Gaines' college journalism class flunked the test; Chase Culeman-Beckman's high school paper, though he didn't get an...
Baltimore Sun reportersHomeowners who owe just a few hundred dollars in municipal debts - including Baltimore City water bills - often are hit with thousands of dollars in fees from private debt collectors and can lose their homes if they don't pay up. At least 400 city...
David Wood, 62, has been a journalist since 1970, a staff correspondent for Time Magazine, the Los Angeles Times, Newhouse News Service and The Baltimore Sun. He covers military issues, foreign affairs and combat operations, and is a Pulitzer Prize...
Sun coverage Scott Conwell, Crofton: Just about every article written about Gov. [Robert L.] Ehrlich [Jr.] discusses his political motivation behind his actions. Yet The Sun frequently does not print the political motivations of others who oppose him. For...
Tags: Benjamin L. Cardin, Abortion, Children, Ed Miller, U.S. Senate
Los Angeles TimesCAIRO, Egypt - Egyptian police were interrogating a 33-year-old biochemist last night who was seized in connection with last week's London bombings, as relatives denied that he had anything to do with the deadly suicide blasts. Cairo police seized...
Los Angeles TimesWASHINGTON - President Bush said yesterday that he would not judge the role that senior aide Karl Rove might have played in revealing the identity of a CIA agent until a federal criminal investigator had finished his work. Noting the continuing...
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