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As tens of thousands of Maryland families reveled in purple pride at M&T Bank Stadium on Tuesday, one mile away, the mood at Digital Harbor High School was blue. Students and staff questioned the Baltimore school system's decision not to amend school...
Baltimore Sun reporters are stationed along the parade route, from City Hall to M&T Bank Stadium. See their observations, fan interviews and other updates here. #52 Ray Lewis smiled wide to the crowd and yelled "Baltimore!" as he approached the...
With all the Branson revolutionary-ing, Lady Edith altar-jilting and Bates jail-rotting, it was easy to forget that Lady Sybil was, you know, about to give birth. And she does in this episode. But in a huge surprise, she doesn't make it -- dead at 24...
America has a remarkably close relationship with its previous owner. It seems we no sooner threw off the yoke of George III than we started collecting mugs decorated with the images of royal wedding partners. England and the United States have been...
Albert Einstein once said the reason he was able to accomplish so much was because he had "stood on the shoulders of giants" like Newton and Galileo. The Nobel Prize-winning physicist's remark was a reminder how much scientists depend on discoveries...
Nancy Colvin of Stoneleigh writes: Do you have any idea where the blue jays have gone? Since the avian flu came through here several years ago, it seems that there are few blue jays, though I did see a couple in Westchester County, N.Y., during a recent...
Officials advised Monday against most travel to Mexico, the center of an outbreak of swine flu suspected of killing almost 150 people there and sickening at least 50 through its spread to the United States. The acting director of the Centers for...
Tags: Vaccines, Barack Obama, Mexico, Hospitals and Clinics, Swine Flu
Sun StaffCOLLEGE PARK - In a low-slung building far from virus-plagued Southeast Asia, scientists are leading a sweeping inquiry into the role that migratory waterfowl and other wild birds might play in spreading avian flu. The research is one groundbreaking...
Sun Foreign StaffBEIJING - The scene was reminiscent of early 2003, just before the world learned about SARS: A small room in central Beijing, filled with journalists skeptically asking World Health Organization experts this week about a potential new health threat in...
Darlene Cook, Baltimore: If this flu is such a threat, shouldn't we avoid eating all birds and their products? How motivated are the producers to cull out their sick birds? Roylance: So far, the transmission of the avian flu virus from birds to humans...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - The federal government is buying $100 million of avian flu vaccine in the first step toward building a stockpile that would protect 20 million Americans from an outbreak of the deadly virus. Coming weeks after government scientists...
Associated PressWASHINGTON -- Mass production of a new vaccine that scientists believe can protect against an avian flu outbreak could begin as early as mid-September, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said yesterday. Dr....
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