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  • Strong federal ties leave Md. vulnerable to sudden cuts

    Looming federal budget cuts make a whole lot of Marylanders nervous because a whole lot of Maryland depends on Uncle Sam for a paycheck — directly or indirectly. More than 300,000 Maryland residents work for the federal government, according to the...
  • Northrop Grumman plans cuts of up to 350 jobs

    Northrop Grumman plans cuts of up to 350 jobs
    Northrop Grumman will cut up to 350 jobs from its electronics systems sector, with most of the reductions likely in the Baltimore area, the defense giant said Tuesday. The company said it will offer buyouts first and turn to layoffs early next year if it...
  • Kevin Gausman struggles, Orioles bats silenced in 8-0 loss to Rays

    Kevin Gausman struggles, Orioles bats silenced in 8-0 loss to Rays
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. --Orioles rookie Kevin Gausman knew his introduction to the major leagues wouldn't be easy, but he also didn't think it would be this tough. Making the jump from Double-A, the Orioles' much-heralded pitching prospect knew he'd be...
  • Five teens arrested in Carroll County 'vandalism spree'

    Five teenagers have been arrested in a weeks-long Carroll County "vandalism spree" that caused $20,000 worth of damage to 129 cars and saw more than $5,000 worth of portable electronics, jewelry and other valuables stolen, according to the Carroll...
  • Sinclair Broadcast sees third-quarter profit up 33 percent

    Sinclair Broadcast sees third-quarter profit up 33 percent
    Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. saw its profit grow 33 percent in the third quarter as political campaigns and automakers ramped up spending on advertising, the Hunt Valley-based company said Thursday. The broadcaster earned $26.2 million in the three...
  • Pedestrian critical after being struck by car in Brooklyn Park

    A Severn man was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in critical condition Thursday morning after a vehicle struck him in Brooklyn Park and kept going, Anne Arundel County police said. Police said that Michael J. Diegel, 57, was struck in Ritchie...
  • Congressional candidate profiles

    MEET THE CANDIDATES   When Marylanders head to the polls Nov. 6, they will elect members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives in addition to casting their ballots for president. Dozens of people are running for a chance to represent the...
  • Ravens' Courtney Upshaw on Browns star runner Trent Richardson: 'We've got to slow him down'

    Ravens' Courtney Upshaw on Browns star runner Trent Richardson: 'We've got to slow him down'
    Powerful, fast and compact, Cleveland Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson has quickly established himself as a major threat to NFL defenses. Drafted third overall out of Alabama, the former Crimson Tide star has already made an impact for the...
  • Red Line forum attracts businesses hungry for opportunity

    Red Line forum attracts businesses hungry for opportunity
    For a construction industry starved for work during recent lean years, the prospect of getting a slice of the $2.6 billion Red Line light rail project was like a dinner bell. Nearly 400 people, from contractors and investment bankers to engineering firms...
  • David A. Mack, drydock operator

    David A. Mack, drydock operator
    David A. Mack, a retired Bethlehem Steel Corp. floating drydock operator, died March 14 after being struck by two hit-and-run drivers in eastern Baltimore County. The longtime Edgemere resident was 77. Mr. Mack was walking home after spending the...
  • What did we learn from Iraq?

    What did we learn from Iraq?
    Ten years have passed since the United States invaded Iraq, a decision that almost everyone now ranks as one of the worst foreign policy blunders of our time. Why "almost"? Former President George W. Bush and his top aides still maintain that the invasion...
  • NSA leaks shift focus to intel contractors

    NSA leaks shift focus to intel contractors
    An intelligence contractor's disclosure of covert National Security Agency surveillance programs reopened a debate Monday over how much the government relies on private companies for spy work and whether those firms must do more to vet employees and...