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  • Former Bel Air athlete now an assistant principal

    Former Bel Air athlete now an assistant principal
    It wasn't Valerie Cooper's dream to become a school administrator when she was a three-sport athlete in the 1970s. But here she is today, sitting behind a desk at Aberdeen High, an assistant principal who enjoys her job and draws constantly on the...
  • Doubts persist on Ivins' guilt

    A day after the Justice Department released hundreds of documents purporting to link Bruce E. Ivins to the 2001 anthrax killings, scientists and legal experts criticized the strength of the case and cast doubt on whether it could have succeeded....
  • U.S. championships mark Phelps' return in earnest

    He tinkered with his stroke and exhausted his muscles in the weight room. He grew a mustache. He won some races and lost a few. He just missed out on grabbing the world record he wants but doesn't own. All that, however interesting or mundane, was merely...
  • Phelps on staying with his swimsuit: What handicap?

    Phelps on staying with his swimsuit: What handicap?
    - Michael Phelps could sense the question coming long before it was asked. After all, new, high-tech swimsuits and their legality in competition have been the talk of the swimming world since the Beijing Olympics. They're the main topic of conversation...
  • Phelps finally gets record in 100 butterfly

    Phelps finally gets record in 100 butterfly
    Michael Phelps has always been a little obsessed with numbers, to the point where they sometimes pop up in his dreams. But during the past four years, no number has rattled around inside his head more than 50.40. It represented the world record in the...
  • Phelps soaks in the cheers

    - Michael Phelps stood in line patiently for his name to be announced along with the rest of the U.S. swim team, wearing a baggy blue shirt and black Speedo hat, turned sideways in his typical casual style. When his name was finally called, the crowd...
  • John Harbaugh at a glance

    Born: Sept. 23, 1962 Birthplace, Residence: Ann Arbor, Mich., Philadelphia Contract status: Unknown NFL service: Never played professionally. Coaching career: Spent his first and only season as the Philadelphia Eagles secondary coach this past season....
  • Harbaugh file

    Age: 45 Born: Sept. 23, 1962 Birthplace/residence: Ann Arbor, Mich./Philadelphia Contract status: Unknown Playing career: Was a defensive back at Miami (Ohio). Never played professionally. Coaching career: Was the Philadelphia Eagles' secondary coach...
  • Lawyers see St. Joseph's stent claims growing

    The story Frank Ward tells about his medical history would sound familiar to just about any malpractice attorney in Baltimore. He went to St. Joseph Medical Center for a heart procedure, Dr. Mark Midei put a stent in his artery after finding a blockage,...
  • Hayes no stranger to interim role

    Dennis C. Hayes is ice to Kweisi Mfume's fire. A decided introvert compared with the outgoing - and magnetic - NAACP president. So, when reporters asked yesterday whether Hayes, the NAACP's general counsel since 1990 and its interim president beginning...
  • Unprecedented giving by individual donors

    The images are haunting, devastation compelling enough to trigger millions in donations to aid the communities in South and Southeast Asia victim to last week's earthquake and subsequent tsunamis. Ten days later, as former Presidents George H.W. Bush and...
  • Phelps, 15, accelerates to fly final

    How I Spent My Summer Vacation. If Michael Phelps has to deliver that essay late at Towson High, at least he'll know it has grade-A content.Two months past his 15th birthday, Phelps is one more solid race away from a historic berth on the U.S. Olympic...