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  • Gay Ohio couple overcome medical hurdles to wed on BWI tarmac

    Gay Ohio couple overcome medical hurdles to wed on BWI tarmac
    The small chartered medical jet landed at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport and taxied to a stop, and there on the tarmac, inside the jet, two men from Ohio were finally together in a state where they could wed. And that's exactly what they did. On...
  • A Friday column of all sorts of things [Commentary]

    So here it is, a Friday paper with a column by myself. As co-worker Dewey Fox pointed out Wednesday, we switched days this week to accommodate my being out of the office Monday and Tuesday. So, here's what I've got for a Friday, the first Friday in...
  • Obamacare on the ballot is bad news for the president

    Obamacare on the ballot is bad news for the president
    The political football of health insurance, supposedly taken off the playing field in 2012 by the Supreme Court decision declaring the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act constitutional, is being kicked around again. The Obama administration...
  • The return of the Four Seasons

    The return of the Four Seasons
    The Four Seasons at Kent Island may be viewed as many things, but surely one of them is a reality check for all the complaints of state government usurping control over land use decisions from local government (not mention all the harping on Maryland as...
  • Spying on motorists

    Spying on motorists
    Americans are increasingly resigned to the fact that huge government and corporate bureaucracies can gather vast amounts of information about us without our knowledge or consent. Recent reports of the massive telephone and email data collection programs...
  • 'Top Chef' season premiere recap: 'Soiree in the Swamp'

    'Top Chef' season premiere recap: 'Soiree in the Swamp'
    I may have been a little too excited for the premiere of "Top Chef New Orleans." I had a dream the night before that I was on the show and immediately thrown into a Quickfire Challenge. This was an issue because: 1) I am not a chef, barely a home cook...
  • Baltimore police planning cellphone, seat belt crackdown

    Baltimore police planning cellphone, seat belt crackdown
    Baltimore Police are planning a crackdown on drivers who use hand-held phones behind the wheel or fail to use seat belts. Days after a state law took effect tightening restrictions on cellphone use while driving, the department announced that it would...
  • Beating lawsuit against Morgan State can go forward

    Beating lawsuit against Morgan State can go forward
    A Baltimore Circuit Court judge ruled Monday that a lawsuit can go forward against Morgan State University that contends the school failed to protect Joshua Ceasar, who was brutally beaten last year by an electrical engineering student who previously...
  • Recovered savings bonds could 'further a dream'

    The $10,000 in U.S. savings bonds that Tom Karle discovered in a house he renovated in Northeast Baltimore are now in the possession of Robert Gorham, the young man for whom they were purchased in the 1990s. But an element of mystery lingers in the story....
  • Man who killed mother, teen gains hearing on bid to leave psychiatric hospital

    Man who killed mother, teen gains hearing on bid to leave psychiatric hospital
    A Howard County man confined to a state psychiatric hospital since he killed his mother and a teenage girl in the family's home a dozen years ago may have a chance for a conditional release after the state's top court ruled the decision to keep him at...
  • Huffington, convicted of murders in 1981, released from prison Monday

    Huffington, convicted of murders in 1981, released from prison Monday
    Shortly after 1 p.m. Monday, attorney Ryan Malone learned that his client John Norman Huffington became a free man after serving 32 years of two life sentences for a Harford County double murder. Malone, who is a member of the Ropes & Gray law firm of...
  • Retired judge in Unger ruling had long advocated overturning convictions

    For more than three decades, a Maryland Court of Appeals judge argued that the state's jury instructions were fundamentally unfair, writing blistering dissenting opinions. But it was only in retirement — called back to hear the case of convicted...