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Sun StaffThere was a time when Walter Sondheim Jr. held fast to the notion that racially desegregated schools would give way to a racially integrated society. That was 1954. He admits now that he "should have known better." Sondheim was president of the Baltimore...
Sun Foreign StaffABOARD THE BONHOMME RICHARD - Here are a few of the concerns weighing upon mechanics who service the Harrier jets flying bombing and surveillance missions high above Iraq: Engines can't fail. Radar must work. Fuel tanks can't come loose. Planes can't get...
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Sun StaffFirst of two articles. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend arrived in Annapolis in 1984 as a young lawyer working for the House Appropriations Committee, and promptly broke the rules. Townsend was trying to persuade the state to yank its investments from...
The Associated PressHere are the key players in the Microsoft antitrust case: - Bill Gates, 47, Microsoft Corp.'s chairman. After dropping out of Harvard University, co-founded Microsoft in 1975 with Paul Allen. Even with the country's technology slump, still America's...
Sun StaffWith their seven-figure salaries and even larger bonuses, CEOs can buy some of the finer things in life, and put away a tidy sum for retirement. Often, however, they don't have to. Executive perks in Maryland, according to company filings, include...
Sun StaffThe Baltimore Sun Co. sued Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. yesterday, asking a federal judge to lift the administration's order banning state government employees from talking to two of the newspaper's writers. The newspaper, along with State House Bureau...
Sun StaffThey are intelligent and personable. They're drawn to public service. Each could be described as down-to-earth and unpretentious. Together, they get along famously. And, of course, they have politics in their genes. They are the four daughters of Lt....
Sun StaffFor most scientists, a Nobel Prize is the capstone of a career. But in the 50 years since their breakthrough discovery of the structure of DNA, James D. Watson and Francis H.C. Crick have continued to pursue the frontiers of knowledge, albeit along...
Sun StaffUSA Today reported yesterday that its former star correspondent Jack Kelley fabricated major elements of stories filed from abroad, plagiarized passages in other instances and then concocted elaborate ruses to conceal his transgressions. The newspaper...
Sun Foreign StaffLONDON - When he meets with President Bush at Camp David today, British Prime Minister Tony Blair will be seen by many Americans as an unwavering ally of the United States, the most recent leader of a country that has been an extraordinarily staunch...
Sun Staff++++++++++++++++++++ || ||   || || Celebration: Will Englund gets a hug from wife Kathy Lally after learning that he and Gary Cohn (right) won a 1998 Pulitzer Prize. Their editor was Rebecca Corbett (center). (photo by Larry C. Price : Sun Staff) --...
Sun StaffThe case against Donnell Harris seemed rock-solid: When Baltimore prosecutors charged Harris with carjacking two men and shooting one of them, they were armed with a confession from his accomplice, testimony from the two victims and a cache of .38-caliber...
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