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  • 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,...
  • City launches campaign to combat drugs, crime

    City launches campaign to combat drugs, crime
    Flanked by federal, state and city officials, as well as civic and religious leaders, Mayor Martin O'Malley officially launched a $2 million media campaign yesterday to urge people to fight harder against drugs and crime, saying it was a "call to action."...
  • Woman in N.Y. 4th anthrax case

    An NBC News employee in New York became yesterday the fourth American to be discovered with a rare anthrax bacterium, raising fears that media companies may have been targeted for a biological attack through the mail. The possibility that the anthrax...
  • 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,...
  • Homecoming fit for an Olympian

    Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps entered a different kind of competition yesterday. At 9:15 a.m., the gangly kid who placed fifth in the 200-meter butterfly at the Sydney Olympics started his sophomore year at Towson High School. Squeezing a set of broad...
  • So long, 'Captain Chesapeake'

    Wearing a white steamship captain's hat with shiny black visor, a turtleneck and tailored red blazer, George A. Lewis was the natty nautical personification of "Captain Chesapeake." As the imaginary bay mariner, the avuncular Mr. Lewis was a fixture on...
  • Financial adviser in print and on the air

    Julius M. Westheimer, a Baltimore investment banker who became the region's best-known financial adviser as an effervescent analyst for newspapers, radio and television, died late yesterday afternoon at his Pikesville home. Mr. Westhimer would have...
  • The curious captains of a reckless industry

    When the U.S. Navy began its great sell-off of surplus ships in 1991, Richard Jaross was among the first to see an opportunity.He began dismantling Navy ships at a California scrapyard, where workers were exposed to lead and asbestos. He came to Baltimore...
  • Arthur Ochs Sulzberger dies at 86; former New York Times publisher

    Arthur Ochs Sulzberger dies at 86; former New York Times publisher
    Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, the fourth publisher of the New York Times, who made history with his decision to publish the Pentagon Papers and revived the "Good Gray Lady" of print journalism with a radical redesign that set a new standard, has died. He was...
  • Jeff Blatnick dies at 55; won gold in Olympic wrestling in 1984

    Jeff Blatnick dies at 55; won gold in Olympic wrestling in 1984
    Jeff Blatnick, who overcame cancer to win a gold medal in Greco-Roman wrestling at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, died Wednesday. He was 55. Blatnick died of complications from heart surgery, USA Wrestling said on its website, citing a report...
  • Mervyn Dymally dies at 86; former lieutenant governor, congressman and legislator

    Mervyn Dymally dies at 86; former lieutenant governor, congressman and legislator
    Mervyn M. Dymally, the Trinidad-born former teacher whose ground-breaking if sometimes-controversial political career spanned more than four decades and included a stint as California's only black lieutenant governor, has died. He was 86. Dymally, who...
  • Roger Ebert dies at 70; Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic

    Roger Ebert dies at 70; Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic
    Roger Ebert, the Pulitzer Prize-winning movie critic whose gladiatorial "thumbs-up, thumbs-down" assessments turned film reviewing into a television sport and whose passion for independent film helped introduce a new generation of filmmakers to...