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  • Federal executives balk at new financial disclosure rules

    Lawmakers of both parties congratulated themselves on the overwhelming bipartisan passage of a law that bars members of Congress from insider trading. But with key provisions of the STOCK Act due to take effect this summer, another group that falls under...
  • A nearly ideal 'Ideal Husband'

    A nearly ideal 'Ideal Husband'
    Although just about everybody recognizes Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" as a supremely brilliant comedy, the embrace of his other plays is usually not quite so hearty. Those earlier works have been faulted for being a little too...
  • Robert B. Reich: Of bedrooms and boardrooms

    Robert B. Reich: Of bedrooms and boardrooms
    Some want the 2012 election to be about regulating America's bedrooms. But it really ought to be about regulating the nation's boardrooms. The bedroom regulators are on the move. Republicans don't want same-sex marriage. Mitt Romney says he's against it,...
  • Eddie Murray linked to insider trading probe

    Eddie Murray linked to insider trading probe
    Eddie Murray, the former Orioles Hall of Famer, has been linked to an investigation by federal authorities in a wide-ranging insider trading case that already has ensnared teammate Doug DeCinces, according to a Reuters report. Investigators have been...
  • Trail of stock deals led to DeCinces insider trading accusation

    Trail of stock deals led to DeCinces insider trading accusation
    The stock purchases began in December 2008, less than two months after discussions kicked off about the corporate acquisition of a California medical products manufacturer. By the time the deal was announced on Jan. 12, 2009, former Orioles third baseman...
  • Good afternoon, Baltimore: Thursday lunchtime lowdown

    ON THE SITE... Baltimore area bears down for more heat: A heat advisory from the National Weather Service continues into Thursday, lasting through 10 p.m. And the latest forecasts show the heat may not break until the weekend. Man, 18, stabbed in Glen...
  • Keeping Congress clean

    Keeping Congress clean
    In September 2008, the U.S. financial system was teetering on collapse and the stock market was shaky. But Alabama Republican Rep. Spencer Bachus saw opportunity in the crisis. According to an investigation by the CBS news program "60 Minutes," Mr. Bachus...
  • Sun conveniently omits Pelosi's misdeeds

    Apparently all the " talking back" I've done in past years has been of little consequence. Could The Sun be any more obvious in their partisan reporting of insider trading perpetrated by members of Congress ("Keeping Congress clean," Nov. 28)? The Sun...
  • Corruption in Congress is intolerable

    With the recent revelations regarding insider trading by members of Congress, citizens expect an explanation and disclosure of lawmakers' financial records ("Keeping Congress clean," Nov. 28). I cannot find words to describe how despicable I find...
  • Forget Wall Street, protesters should focus on D.C.

    With the latest revelations regarding insider trading by members of Congress and their apathetic lack of responsibility and accountability, the Occupy Wall Street protesters should vent their collective angst at them. These pious, unregulated egotists...
  • Robert B. Reich: Coming soon to Wall Street, the biggest scandal yet

    Robert B. Reich: Coming soon to Wall Street, the biggest scandal yet
    Just when you thought Wall Street couldn't sink any lower -- when its excesses are still causing hardship to millions of Americans and its myriad abuses of public trust have already spread a miasma of cynicism over the entire economic system -- an even...
  • STOCK Act: Federal employees sue government over financial disclosure

    Seven senior federal employees and four employees' groups filed a federal lawsuit Thursday to stop their agencies from posting their salaries, stock portfolios and other assets online. Congress required federal agencies to post the data by Aug. 31 as...