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Neither Michael Phelps nor Katie Hoff swam Friday at U.S. nationals. Phelps had to pull out of the 100-meter freestyle with neck pain, and Hoff withdrew from her final two events, putting an end to a meet where she never felt right physically or mentally....
He'd been controlling his temper all day, plotting how to say what was on his mind. His chance came at 6:45 that evening. Andrés Alonso, Baltimore schools chief executive officer, arrived in Mount Vernon to meet with a few dozen of the city's most active...
One man, one woman at a time - let's try it that way. Let's say you own a small business, or let's say you're in middle management of a medium-to-large-to-extra-large company. Maybe you're even the CEO, or the COO or the CFO. Maybe you have an MBA, belong...
The newsroom of The Diamondback, the student paper at the University of Maryland, College Park, retains the feel of an old-school city room. Framed front pages line the walls and bound volumes of yellowing issues collect dust on tables. Daily meetings are...
Sun reportersBy age 6, Benjamin Todd Jealous had read through all of the books about African-Americans in his elementary school library and inquired why there weren't more. At 7, he told his family that he wanted to become a civil rights lawyer. At 14, he organized...
Tags: Baptist, Jackson (Hinds, Mississippi), Malcolm X, Death, NAACP
Sun ReporterWhen pitching great Roger Clemens and his former trainer, Brian McNamee, answered questions from a congressional committee yesterday about Clemens' alleged steroid use, one of them wasn't telling the truth. That disconnect in credibility, rather than...
Tags: Roger Clemens, Steroids, Witnesses, Lawyers, Dan Burton
Andrés Antonio Alonso •Born: June 14, 1957, in Jovellanos, Cuba •Personal: Single; one adopted son, Joel, 33 •Residence: Fells Point •Education: Bachelor of Arts in history and English, Columbia University, 1979; Juris Doctor,...
Sun ReportersEnolia P. McMillan 1904 - 2006 -------------------- Enolia P. McMillan, the first female president of the NAACP and an educator whose career spanned 42 years. Mrs. McMillan, whose father was born a slave, became a teacher in 1927 and quickly became a...
Sun StaffThese days in baseball, it's rumors that are on steroids, sometimes packing more punch by the day. This week, Major League Baseball was flooded with inquiries from mainstream journalists seeking information about gossip, spread mostly on Internet blogs...
I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby Jr. Age: 55 Title: Resigned today as Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff and assistant to the vice president for national security affairs. Education: Yale University, 1972; Columbia University Law School, 1975....
Sun StaffIf putting WorldCom Inc.'s head honcho Bernard J. Ebbers in prison for perhaps the rest of his life sends a message to Corporate America to clean up its act, legal experts say the lighter sentence handed down yesterday to his right-hand man, Scott...
Times Staff WriterI. Lewis "Scooter" Libby was walking down a nearly deserted street in Des Moines, Iowa, last year after a long day on the campaign trail with his boss, Vice President Dick Cheney. Libby encountered a group of reporters who had just finished dinner at a...
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