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  • What should decide home field in Series?

    All-Star Game working Joseph Moskowitz The Morning Call The All-Star Game used to mean pride for both leagues. A maniacal Pete Rose charging down the third-base line in 1970 is a vision that will live forever. But when interleague play began and...
  • Who will win Gold Cup final — U.S. or Mexico?

    Mexico will romp Grahame L. Jones Los Angeles Times Mexico has Javier Hernandez and 10 other quality players. The U.S. has Tim Howard, Steve Cherundolo and Clint Dempsey. Mexico has players who know what they're doing on the field. The U.S. has players...
  • When is a war not a war? When Americans can't get hurt, Obama says

    When is a war not a war? When Americans can't get hurt, Obama says
    The Obama administration has come up with a remarkable justification for going to war against Libya without the congressional approval required by the Constitution and the War Powers Act of 1973. American planes are taking off, they are entering Libyan...
  • New York legislators approve same-sex marriage

    With the forceful backing of a newly elected Democratic governor, the New York state legislature gave final approval late Friday to a bill permitting same-sex marriage, enabling gay couples to head for the altar as early as mid-summer. After a...
  • How will U.S. women fare in World Cup?

    They're long shots to win Gary R. Blockus The Morning Call Asking the U.S. to knock off Germany on German soil in the Women's World Cup is a long shot at best. Germany has won two straight World Cups and is seeking to become the first team not just...
  • Orioles' debt may not mean club has serious economic troubles

    Orioles' debt may not mean club has serious economic troubles
    The Orioles have showed up on a list of major league teams with debt beyond what baseball permits. But experts said Friday that the finding doesn't mean the team is financially unsound. The Orioles were among nine teams in violation of MLB debt service...
  • Md. game makers bolstered by Supreme Court decision

    Working out of a Highlandtown studio, Ben Walsh and his small team of video game developers recently created My Pet Rock, a family-friendly Facebook game. But, Walsh said, some day he might decide to design a video game for a more, er, mature audience &#...
  • Spare the spare tire to save gas: Frugal Dilemmas

    Spare the spare tire to save gas: Frugal Dilemmas
    Some car manufacturers are dumping the spare tire to help their models lose weight and boost their gas mileage, according to this Los Angeles Times story. The choice to equip cars with flat-fix kits or run-flat tires also lowers the manufacturer's...
  • Was Riggleman right to quit on Nationals?

    Broke commitment Dan Connolly Baltimore Sun Was Jim Riggleman justified in quitting? No. He had a commitment to the Nationals players and he walked away from that mid-year. Unless there were serious health issues involved, it's unacceptable. The only...
  • Jessica Yellin named to CNN White House beat

    Jessica Yellin named to CNN White House beat
    Jessica Yellin, one of the stars of CNN's outstanding 2008 political coverage, was named chief White House correspondent Tuesday. She replaces Ed Henry, who left to cover the president for Fox News after seven years on the CNN beat. Yellin assumes her...
  • Has Federer won his last Grand Slam title?

    Invincible no more Diane Pucin Los Angeles Times Roger Federer won't win another major title. There is always going to be a Jo-Wilfried Tsonga now, someone younger, who is a bigger hitter and fearless. Federer will have to be content with his 16...
  • Espionage charges dropped against ex-NSA manager

    Former National Security Agency employee Thomas Drake accepted a plea deal Thursday that cleared him of espionage charges stemming from an alleged leak of classified information to a Baltimore Sun reporter who wrote about waste and mismanagement at the...