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Sun StaffLARRY SASICH WANTS to know why the Food and Drug Administration rejected parecoxib, a pain medication proposed for use after surgery. David Arkush wants to know about automobile safety defects reported by carmakers to the federal government, so that he...
Tags: Heads of State, Government, Death, Heart Attack, George W. Bush
Sun National StaffThe 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...
Sun StaffRonald Reagan's presidency signaled a critical period for organized labor, a time when unions began shrinking at a much faster pace and it became more acceptable for businesses to fight off labor organizations. But what remains in dispute about his...
Sun StaffIn the wee hours of May 21, an Army Humvee on night patrol in Iraq hit a bump and flipped. An American soldier was crushed to death, and the driver - a 25-year-old sergeant from Dundalk with an infectious smile - faces the possibility of life in prison....
Sun National StaffAs 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...
Sun StaffOn the last Sunday in June, Lt. Kylan Jones-Huffman, a Navy reservist stationed in Bahrain, e-mailed a poem to members of his online haiku group. He said he dedicated the poem to his friend Marianne, "whose good friend was killed this past week, somewhere...
Tags: Trips and Vacations, Bahrain, Military Equipment, Iraq, Death
Sun StaffAnne Arundel County overhauled its government in the 1960s, creating distinct legislative and administrative branches. The county executive controls the administrative branch, and a seven-member County Council holds the legislative authority. The...
Tags: Severna Park, Linthicum, Lawyers, Georgetown, Primaries
Sun StaffAs U.S. air travel continued its slow comeback yesterday, Washington's Ronald Reagan National Airport remained closed indefinitely amid renewed debate over whether an airport three miles from the White House leaves critical government institutions...
Sun StaffThe financial devastation hitting the airline industry hit home yesterday as US Airways Group Inc., the second-biggest operator at Baltimore-Washington International Airport, said it will cut about 11,000 jobs and trim its flight schedule by 23 percent....
Tags: AirTran, Heads of State, Lobbying, Transportation, Government
Sun StaffLisa Goldberg heard the police officers before she saw them - angry, disbelieving voices echoing in the marble hall outside Courtroom 201. They were waiting for her. With questions she could not begin to answer. The workaholic mother of one had been...
Sun National StaffHis audience was the Pentagon press corps, gathered yesterday afternoon in a briefing room for an update on the war, but the people Gen. Richard B. Myers was really speaking to were on the other side of the globe. "To the commanders and soldiers of the...
Tags: Radio Industry, U.S. Army, Iraq, Sheryl Crow, CNN (tv network)
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