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  • A Leap of Faith

    KOCHAV YAAKOV, West Bank - The white van rolled past cement barricades, past a barbed-wire fence and an armed guard at the entry gate, past rows of cream-colored houses with red-tile roofs before pulling to a stop. Glenn and Gilla Jasper, a young Orthodox...
  • Memories play on, 10 years later

    The record-breaking evening of Sept. 6, 1995, wasn't just Cal Ripken's night to pass Lou Gehrig on the consecutive games list. It was also a celebration of baseball, of Baltimore, of a favorite son. For many, it was the most memorable night ever spent...
  • Washington baseball creates pitchmen duel

    If the Montreal Expos relocate to the Washington area, it would be the beginning of the end for the Baltimore Orioles. The Orioles' revenue would plummet, cutting the money for player payroll and development. The Orioles and the franchise down the road...
  • Common thread

    The sports fan itching for a fight can always stroll into Pickles Pub across from Oriole Park at Camden Yards some game night and loudly declare support for keeping that darn city name - "Baltimore" - off the Orioles' road jerseys. Along the 50-year...
  • Kind words for Murray, the man of few words

    AN OLD FRIEND of Eddie Murray's has already penned the former Oriole's induction speech for this summer's Baseball Hall of Fame ceremony. The ballots were released Sunday, and results of voting will be made public on Jan. 7. In Boston, where Charles...
  • Steffen's career spans writing and politics

    The man at the center of an emerging controversy over Internet postings about Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley's personal life is a Baltimore County native, longtime political operative of Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. and unpublished novelist who writes...
  • Now is time to stop eulogizing, start asking hard questions

    With the election of a new pope yesterday, the networks once again interrupted regular programming to join the all-news cable channels for continuous live coverage from the Vatican. Instantly, tens of millions of screens in homes and offices around the...
  • Black church group starts ad campaign attacking Ehrlich

    The Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance will jump into the battle to define Republican Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. today by launching a radio advertising campaign attacking his positions on gun control, cigarette taxes and casino-style gambling. The radio...
  • Side deals raise ethical issues

    Executives and board members at some of Maryland's most profitable companies have lucrative side arrangements with the companies they run and oversee. Edwin F. Hale Sr., the chairman, chief executive and largest stockholder at First Mariner Bancorp,...
  • Research volunteer dies in Hopkins asthma study

    A volunteer died in an experiment at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine that was designed to help doctors better understand asthma attacks, the medical school disclosed yesterday. Hopkins suspended the study after the death and notified three federal...
  • Officers' suit alleges racial bias in city police force

    Twenty-one African-American current and former city police officers filed a federal class-action lawsuit yesterday, alleging long-running and rampant discrimination within the Baltimore Police Department. The lawsuit, filed at the federal courthouse in...
  • Bromwell watch begins to wane

    LONG CONSIDERED the most formidable potential candidate for Baltimore County executive in 2002, state Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell now seems inclined to seek re-election. The senator once said he was "leaning" toward trying to succeed County Executive C.A....