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  • Dixon and Holton get back to work

    The City Council and Mayor Sheila Dixon returned to business yesterday, but the reverberations from last week's indictments of the mayor and Councilwoman Helen L. Holton contributed to an uneasy tone. Holton concluded last night's council meeting by...
  • Ravens' charmed season grinds to a halt

    Gritty and resilient to the very end, the Ravens' incredible turnaround season finally wheezed its last cold breath in Pittsburgh last night, one game shy of a Super Bowl ending. A 23-14 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC championship game...
  • Monday's meteor fell on Lorton, Va. doctors' office

     
    A Washington DC television station is reporting an apparent meteorite fall in Lorton, Va. The space rock, which has been taken to the Smithsonian Institution, crashed through the roof of a doctor's office at around 5:45 p.m. on Monday, narrowly missing...
  • 1st act of Dixon trial: jury selection

    1st act of Dixon trial: jury selection
    Today begins the process of choosing 12 Baltimore residents who will decide whether or not their mayor is a criminal. As Sheila Dixon's theft trial gets under way, jury selection is not only the curtain-raiser, but also, perhaps, the most important act,...
  • Dixon voices regret for city's 'ordeal'

    Mayor Sheila Dixon said on Thursday that she felt deep regret for the "ordeal" her just-concluded criminal trial inflicted on Baltimore, but did not apologize for embezzling gift cards intended for the needy. Reading a 64-second prepared statement, Dixon...
  • Rather, CBS fight allegations of bias

    CBS News anchor Dan Rather has always loved to be in the thick of the big story - whether that story was the Watergate scandal, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, or as recently as Labor Day, a hurricane bearing down on the United States. He finds...
  • A difficult day unfolds on television

    The pictures quickly told the story that the news anchors couldn't yet confirm. By 10 a.m. yesterday, less than an hour after NASA was reported to have lost contact with the space shuttle Columbia, several networks and cable news channels were already...
  • Cumberland is 'still proud'

    CUMBERLAND, Md. - For months, this city could hardly hold back its pride in the sacrifices of the 372nd Military Police Company. Residents organized rallies on the pedestrian mall for the local reservists deployed to Iraq. Nurses mailed care packages...
  • Latest images shock officials

    WASHINGTON - Images of U.S. soldiers forcing Iraqi prisoners to perform sex acts and to injure themselves as part of their abuse at the Abu Ghraib prison shocked members of Congress, who spent a grim afternoon yesterday viewing hundreds of new photos...
  • More than work drew him to Iraq

    Nick Berg was a big-hearted risk-taker - intent on making the world a better place, willing to do the heavy lifting to make that happen and daring enough to go almost anywhere to do it. As his body arrived at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware yesterday,...
  • Sinclair backs 'Nightline' honoring soldiers

    The Sinclair Broadcast Group, which last year refused to air on its ABC affiliates a Nightline program listing Americans killed in Iraq, is applauding ABC's decision to show a similar program this Memorial Day. Ted Koppel on Monday will pay tribute to...
  • U.S. attempts to limit political damage

    WASHINGTON - With a rare apology to abuse victims in Iraq, top Bush administration officials moved on several fronts yesterday to halt the erosion of American credibility worldwide from mistreatment of prisoners and limit further political damage to the...