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Sun StaffLt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend's first significant campaign initiative will build on something she's been pushing for almost two decades -- community service and character education. Starting this week, Townsend will lay out plans for every public...
Sun StaffALEXANDRIA, Va. - Calling himself a "fall guy" in the anthrax investigation, Dr. Steven J. Hatfill vehemently denied yesterday he had anything to do with the mail attacks and accused the FBI and the news media of a campaign of "character assassination"...
Sun StaffIt began with an ugly red bump on the middle finger of Johanna Huden's right hand. Huden, an editorial assistant for the New York Post, thought it was an insect bite. In retrospect, Huden's infection, which appeared about Sept. 21 last year, would turn...
Tags: Al-Qaeda, Defense, Boca Raton, Iraq, Guerrilla Activity
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...
Tags: Housing Industry, Minority Groups, NAACP, NASA, James Rouse
Sun StaffAfter three weeks of standoff, broken only by each new shooting, Washington-area police and the serial sniper they are hunting have abruptly moved into an elaborate, high-stakes negotiation. Montgomery County police Chief Charles A. Moose pleaded with...
Sun StaffMaryland fell from among the top 10 states in the nation in 2001 to 47th last year in appointing women to policy-making positions in state government, according to a survey being released today by the University at Albany, State University of New York....
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 reporterGrace Hartigan, one of Baltimore's most distinguished painters, has been the subject of no less than three important exhibitions this month, at C. Grimaldis Gallery on Charles Street, at the ACA Galleries in New York City and at the Neuberger Museum of...
Sun StaffWireless communications and the Internet played profound roles in the terrorist attacks on the United States - from the accounts of hostages on airplanes and survivors beneath the World Trade Center using cell phones to say goodbye or seek rescue, to...
Sun StaffMaryland's poor and minority communities are likely to bear the heaviest burden if state lawmakers adopt Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s plan to allow slot machines at four racetracks, a new study suggests. The study by researchers at the University at...
Special To The SunContrary to popular belief, the looting of Iraqi antiquities did not begin when throngs raided the country's National Museum last month after U.S.-led forces took Baghdad. Since the 1991 Persian Gulf war, a steady stream of ancient pottery, tablets,...
Lydia Davis, known for writing powerful, compact short stories, was announced as the winner of the Man Booker International Prize for fiction Wednesday. The prize, which was presented at a ceremony in London, comes with an award worth more than $90,000....
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