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  • What we fear probably won't hurt us

    In providing the first inside account of the sniper shootings, Lee Boyd Malvo offered a graphic reminder of why the region was gripped by fear for three weeks in October 2002. The killings were random, senseless, horrific. They were meant to scare us, and...
  • Hubble faces an early end to space role

    The Hubble Space Telescope, which revolutionized the study of the cosmos and is considered one of the finest scientific instruments ever constructed, will be forced into early retirement, NASA officials said yesterday. NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe...
  • International Space Station crew isn't stranded

    The loss of the shuttle Columbia won't strand two Americans and a Russian orbiting on the International Space Station. But an extended grounding of NASA's fleet could threaten the station's long-term viability - and provide critics with ammunition in...
  • Remarks by Bush, Rumsfeld may have jeopardized fair trial for troops

    As they scrambled to appease the Muslim world with sharp rebukes of the U.S. soldiers accused of mistreating Iraqi prisoners, President Bush and Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld may have jeopardized a basic protection of military law - the idea that...
  • Court refuses to reinsert Schiavo's tube

    The extraordinary legal and political scramble to try to prolong Terri Schiavo's life seemed to approach a finale yesterday, with a federal appeals court twice refusing to order her feeding tube reinserted and Florida lawmakers failing in their last-ditch...
  • Soldiers' defense not seen as winning strategy

    The low-ranking U.S. soldiers accused of abusing Iraqi prisoners at Abu Ghraib have lined up almost uniformly behind a single defense strategy, one that military law experts say typically is no defense at all. As the first public court proceedings in the...
  • Maryland's lost

    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...
  • Director of NASA hopes for quick return to flight

    With 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...
  • NASA's safety culture blamed

    NASA's own bureaucracy was as much to blame for the space shuttle Columbia disaster as a dislodged piece of foam insulation that punctured the orbiter's wing on takeoff, the board investigating the Feb. 1 accident said in its final report, released...
  • Music Box: Rockin' bluegrass band kicks off week of music

    Music Box: Rockin' bluegrass band kicks off week of music
    There's a new kind of bluegrass band coming to Baltimore. Look out for Greensky Bluegrass to combine rock and bluegrass when they appear at Rams Head Live! this Friday night (8 p.m.). "We're existing in a few different places at once: We're a...
  • New providers at Carroll Health Group

    New providers at Carroll Health Group
    Carroll Hospital Center announced the addition of several new providers to its repertoire of health care specialists at Carroll Health Group, the hospital's affiliated multi-specialty practice group. Dr. Katherine Sampene, obstetrics/gynecologist, is...
  • York County's new superintendent a "go-getter"

     York County's new superintendent a "go-getter"
    YORK COUNTY— As parents and staff meet York County's new superintendent they are saying he is a go-getter and forward thinker. Victor Shandor, who is moving from Fulton County, Ga., to York County in November and starts on Nov. 3, visited all 19...