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The crowd roared as the Ravens trotted out their field goal unit. The sound blared louder as Billy Cundiff went through his pre-kick routine. Any barking along the line was rendered inaudible. Only after Morgan Cox had fired the football through his legs...
The spirit of Dr. Strangelove is alive and well. The Sun's fawning coverage of Boeing's Massive Ordnance Penetrator, the Air Force's newest weapon, and the casual talk of enemies (the locker room lexicon of war as if war were play) made me wince, but it...
Walk the streets of downtown Baltimore, and you might feel the presence of its corporate ghosts. On Gay Street, perhaps you'll meet Alexander Brown, the Irish immigrant who started the nation's first investment firm here more than 200 years ago. Head...
Southwest Airlines' $1.4 billion bid for AirTran Holdings would combine the two largest carriers at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, cementing Southwest's dominance at BWI but possibly ushering in higher passenger fares amid...
Sun StaffWith Discovery safely back on Earth, NASA's engineers will turn their full attention to figuring out why a menacing hunk of foam insulation broke away from the shuttle's external fuel tank despite 2 1/2 years of work to fix the problem -- the same one...
Maryland WeatherIn all the reporting in recent weeks about the bird strike data recently released by the Federal Aviation Administration, I never read anything specific to Maryland. But the report is now available online and it's available to anyone curious enough to.......
Sun StaffNASA investigators seeking the cause of Saturday's shuttle disaster are taking another hard look at a sheet of insulating foam that broke away from Columbia's external fuel tank and struck the craft's left wing during liftoff Jan. 16. Engineers had...
Sun StaffAs NASA continued to investigate the shuttle Columbia's disintegration and ponder the future of the nation's manned space program, Wall Street seemed to draw its own conclusion yesterday and punished stocks of the shuttle's manufacturers - along with...
Sun StaffCameras tracked it from liftoff until it disappeared into space. For 16 days, delicate sensors sent back streams of details about its mechanical systems and human crew. Teams of the world's best engineers monitored its heartbeat, second by second. So why...
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Associated PressHOUSTON - A senior structural engineer at the Johnson Space Center here wrote in an e-mail message to his managers during the flight of the shuttle Columbia that he and other engineers saw "big uncertainties" about the extent of damage when debris hit it....
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Sept. 19, 2001 Still more Maryland residents are dead or missing in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Amelia Fields Amelia Fields, 38, a clerical worker who had been transferred to the Pentagon on Sept. 10, is listed as missing. Mrs. Fields grew up...
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