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  • GOP can't help overreaching on Obama scandals

    GOP can't help overreaching on Obama scandals
    Well, that didn't take long. Just as several genuine scandals cast the Obama administration in an unfavorable light, Republicans in Congress are already overreaching — with hyperbolic comparisons to Watergate, calls for special prosecutors,...
  • Long road to recovery hasn't been easy for Terps' C.J. Brown

    Long road to recovery hasn't been easy for Terps' C.J. Brown
    In the most trying moments of C.J. Brown's long recovery, there was no noise — no whistles, no coaches' shouts, no slamming of pads against training sleds. There was only the Maryland quarterback alone in his room, contemplating the fresh, three-...
  • Backstage at a Ravens telecast

    Backstage at a Ravens telecast
    At 7:23 p.m. Thursday, viewers of WBAL-TV and listeners of WBAL radio saw and heard Gerry Sandusky and his Baltimore Ravens broadcast partners Stan White and Qadry Ismail talking about the game against the Atlanta Falcons that was to start in seven...
  • Warren and Cruz: principled or polarizing?

    Who is the face of American liberalism? Who is the face of American conservatism? In Washington politics and on social media these days, the king and queen of "base" politics are two freshman U.S senators — Texas' Ted Cruz for conservatives and...
  • 'Real Housewives of Orange County' recap, Vicki's Winter Wonderland

    'Real Housewives of Orange County' recap, Vicki's Winter Wonderland
    Lydia and Alexis drop in to visit Vicki and her newly renovated house since her breakup with Brooks. To show off her home, Vicki plans on inviting the girls over for a huge Winter Wonderland themed party in her backyard with snow, penguins in the pool...
  • Silence on anti-terror tactics speaks volumes about liberal hypocrisy

    Silence on anti-terror tactics speaks volumes about liberal hypocrisy
    Are you easily annoyed these days? Me too. So, herewith, a brief sampling of the most annoying and shamelessly under-analyzed and under-reported incidents of recent weeks. •Democratic silence as President Barack Obama follows and expands upon...
  • Art Donovan, vocal ex-Colts defensive tackle, dies at 89

    Art Donovan, vocal ex-Colts defensive tackle, dies at 89
    Art Donovan played pro football for 12 years. The rest of his life, he spent telling everyone about it. Donovan, 89, who died Sunday of a respiratory ailment at Stella Maris Hospice, played and talked a great game. He was a Hall of Fame defensive tackle...
  • Messages to Bob Baker come bouncing off the moon [Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton]

    Bob Baker, a ham radio operator in Glenwood, bounces radio waves off the moon so he can communicate with radio operators in other parts of the world. Earth-Moon-Earth, or moon bounce, was developed by the U.S. military after World War II, and it...
  • Local students make their mark in National History Day competition [West Friendship]

    Congratulations to the local students who were winners in the recent 2013 National History Day competition held at the University of Maryland from June 9 through 13. More than 2,600 students from across the nation participated. Students who received...
  • Faith, hope, and tolerance

    What with provisions of the Affordable Care Act and the Supreme Court's ruling that laws permitting gay marriage are constitutional, there has been a great deal of carrying on from various Christian groups and individuals claiming that their free exercise...
  • Short-story collection chronicles the teen years of tyrants

    Short-story collection chronicles the teen years of tyrants
    Rafael Trujillo collected bottle caps. Mao Zedong was wed to an older woman at age 14 but refused to consummate the marriage. Joseph Stalin was a choirboy who studied to be a Russian Orthodox priest. In "The Iron Bridge," Anton Piatigorsky used these...
  • President of Goucher college to step down

    President of Goucher college to step down
    Sanford J. Ungar, the president of Goucher College, plans to resign next summer after 13 years at the head of the Towson school, according to a letter circulated to faculty, staff and students Friday. The letter, addressed to board of trustees...