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  • Four years in, Bernstein in primary fight for re-election with Mosby

    Four years in, Bernstein in primary fight for re-election with Mosby
    Four years ago, Baltimore defense attorney Gregg L. Bernstein emerged from a private practice to run an aggressive campaign targeting a longtime chief prosecutor who Bernstein said had grown complacent.
  • Football: America's dangerous game

    Football: America's dangerous game
    We may never know exactly why Junior Seau died, of an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest, at his home in San Diego on May 2. Suicide is commonly the result of depression, and perhaps Mr. Seau had a mood disorder that had nothing to do...

    Assistant U.S. attorney general to become next law dean at University of Baltimore

    Assistant U.S. attorney general to become next law dean at University of Baltimore
    Ronald Weich, an assistant U.S. attorney general and former aide to Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, is to be named the next dean of the University of Baltimore School of Law on Wednesday, nine months after his popular predecessor resigned amid a public dispute...

    Google eyed as Microsoft antitrust decree ends

    Google eyed as Microsoft antitrust decree ends
    Microsoft was a giant fending off tiny rivals in 1998 when the U.S. Justice Department accused it of breaking antitrust law. In the 13 years since, Apple has gone from having a sliver of the personal computer market to dominating the world of mobile...

    House Close To Vote On Resolution To Censure Harlem Rep. Charles Rangel For Ethical Misdeeds

    House Close To Vote On Resolution To Censure Harlem Rep. Charles Rangel For Ethical Misdeeds
    The House is close to deciding whether one of its most senior veterans, Charles Rangel of New York, should have to stand in front of his colleagues and be censured for ethical misconduct. Rangel, D-N.Y., will argue for a lesser reprimand, and some of the...