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  • Pair tried to steal historical documents worth millions, police say

    Pair tried to steal historical documents worth millions, police say
    Barry H. Landau has rubbed elbows with presidents, helped plan inaugurations, and claims one of the largest collections of Oval Office memorabilia outside museums and presidential libraries. His Manhattan apartment includes a collection of china from...
  • Sarbanes, Harris lead in 2012 race for cash

    Rep. John P. Sarbanes, a third-term Democrat who faces little opposition for re-election in 2012, raised more campaign cash than any other Baltimore-area member of Congress in the past three months, campaign finance reports made public over the weekend...
  • Hungarian man tried to hack, blackmail hotel into job

    A Hungarian man's attempt to blackmail a U.S. hotel chain into giving him a job landed him in U.S. custody, federal prosecutors said Wednesday. Attila Nemeth, 26, pleaded guilty to hacking the computer system of Marriott International Corp. and...
  • Carousing Secret Service agents should have learned better in elementary school

    Your article about Secret Service agents hiring prostitutes in Cartagena, Colombia, during a presidential trip suggests to me the agency has poor judgment from top to bottom ("Secret Service to receive ethics training at Hopkins," April 30). It's also...
  • Any 5-year-old knows what the Secret Service did was wrong

    Johns Hopkins ethics classes for the Secret Service? You've got to be kidding! Any child who ever attended Sunday school knows that what the agents did was stupid and wrong ("Ethics classes for Secret Service," May 1). The authorities aren't mad at the...
  • Five Things We Learned in the Ravens 16-6 win over the 49ers

    Five Things We Learned in the Ravens 16-6 win over the 49ers
    1. A team that's been plagued all year by inconsistency may, after Thursday night, have finally sharpened its focus for good. If we've learned anything about the Ravens this year, it's that it's dangerous to make any kind of definitive statements...
  • Wedding: Anya Trumler weds Edward Sebring

    Wedding: Anya Trumler weds Edward Sebring
    Anya Trumler and Edward Sebring announce their marriage May 30 in Nassau in the Bahamas. The bride is the daughter of Franz and Carol Trumler of Boelus, Neb. The groom is the son of Edward and Rita Sebring of Pylesville. The parents of the bride and...
  • Judy Agnew, vice president's wife and Md. first lady

    Judy Agnew, vice president's wife and Md. first lady
    Elinor Isabel "Judy" Agnew, who as the wife of former Baltimore County Executive, Maryland Gov. and Vice President Spiro T. Agnew preferred quiet domesticity to that of the political limelight, died June 20 in Rancho Mirage, Calif. She was 91. "She...
  • George Wallace shooting: The day a campaign, and chaos, came to Laurel

    George Wallace shooting: The day a campaign, and chaos, came to Laurel

    WARNING: Video contains graphic content It was a quiet city back then, a place where a stage stood in a nondescript shopping center, a platform from which a controversial presidential candidate would speak. It was a day when Laurel would become...
  • Man sentenced for blackmailing Marriott hotels chain for job

    A Hungarian man who blackmailed a U.S. hotel chain into giving him a job was sentenced to 2.5 years in prison, federal prosecutors said Wednesday. Attila Nemeth, 26, was also sentenced to serve three years of supervised release following his time in...
  • Whitney Houston, music superstar, dies

    Whitney Houston, music superstar, dies
    Whitney Houston, who reigned as pop music's queen until her majestic voice and regal image were ravaged by drug use, erratic behavior and a tumultuous marriage to singer Bobby Brown, has died. She was 48. Publicist Kristen Foster said Saturday that the...
  • Eric Wargotz takes a 'second look' at Senate run

    Eric Wargotz takes a 'second look' at Senate run
    Eric Wargotz, a Republican who ran an unsuccessful campaign against Democratic Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski in 2010, said Saturday he wants to take a "second look" at running for Senate this year now that State Sen. C. Anthony Muse is in the race. Earlier...