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Carl Pohlad, a billionaire banker whose Minnesota Twins won two World Series titles during nearly his nearly quarter-century as owner, died yesterday. He was 93. When Pohlad paid Calvin Griffith $38 million for the Twins in 1984, he was widely credited...
Sam Cassell stretched out his hands, the ones that held the imaginary torch."It's passed," Cassell said with the smile that still can't be mistaken for any other. "Here it is, 'Melo, here it is." Carmelo Anthony wasn't standing right there to...
Carmelo Anthony - and his fans - have been here before. "Here" is where the Denver Nuggets star and Baltimore hometown hero found himself yesterday, which was breathing a sigh of relief that he had tip-toed through another legal minefield without...
Just off Interstate 83, the light turns red, and a couple of kids pounce, running a squeegee over nearby windshields and holding an open palm to windows. Stopped at the light, Carmelo Anthony is riding shotgun in a Rolls-Royce Phantom. It's silver, sleek...
WHAT'S THE difference between being held as a material witness and being detained without trial? Anyone? Anyone? It's a question that has popped up since Sept. 11, when terrorists hijacked four jets and crashed two into the Word Trade Center twin...
NOW THAT Terri Schiavo has gone -- not peacefully, but as a national spectacle -- to her maker, we are left to ponder how conservatives trashed and savaged what was supposedly their own philosophy. Whatever happened to the conservatives who were supposed...
Sun StaffYesterday's criminal court docket in Baltimore was an average one: A 17-year-old was to stand trial in the killing of an 18-year-old. A man was to face a jury on charges that he sexually abused a 3-year-old boy. A former parole agent was to be tried on...
Tags: Trials, Child Abuse, Murder, Prosecution, Justice System
Sun StaffChronic drunken drivers, such as the Carroll County woman arrested on drunken- driving charges last week for the 10th time, present tough choices for Maryland's judicial system. On one hand, judges want to keep them off the state's roads. On the other...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Walking through the Capitol last week, Dick Cheney marched past the assembled journalists who hoped to question him, brushing them off in his inflection-less voice with a curt, "Good morning," before slipping behind closed doors. The vice...
Tags: Terrorism, Walter Mondale, Television, Energy Saving, Government
Sun StaffNearly a dozen Marylanders were added yesterday to the lists of the dead or missing, a U.S. Navy missile destroyer stood guard on the Chesapeake Bay, bomb threats continued in Baltimore and nearly 200 FBI agents combed the state investigating a possible...
Tags: Terrorism, Weaponry, Maryland, National Security, San Francisco
When the U.S. Navy began its great sell-off of surplus ships in 1991, Richard Jaross was among the first to see an opportunity.He began dismantling Navy ships at a California scrapyard, where workers were exposed to lead and asbestos. He came to Baltimore...
Sun Foreign StaffBAGHDAD, Iraq - It was the first of several attempts by the U.S. military to tell Iraqi journalists about the courts-martial scheduled to begin today, but the seminar did not go well. Two of the six Iraqis who showed up for the session walked out when...
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