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Charles E. Johnson Jr. was a hearty 62 in early 2008. He walked about 20 miles a month, worked out four times a week and played tennis on weekends. But he noticed a tightness in his chest sometimes. So he went to St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson and...
Sun reporterThe knowledge that dozens of workers exposed to butter flavoring at popcorn plants in six states were falling ill wasn't enough for the federal scientists who investigate occupational health diseases. They had to collect thousands of samples of air and...
Sun StaffWith fears persisting that seaports are among the most vulnerable avenues for dangerous weapons to enter the country, and growing criticism of efforts to protect the borders, the port of Baltimore highlighted yesterday a piece of equipment that experts...
Tags: Maryland, Terrorism, National Security, Migration, El Paso
Sun ReporterLove can be cruel. Poets and songwriters have tried to explain this to us for centuries. But football, a passion far more fickle, can be even crueler at times. Take Maryland senior Andrew Crummey: a reserved, ruminative offensive lineman who sports a...
Sun ReporterHundreds of anxious fans and dozens of reporters swarmed around the stakes barn at Pimlico Race Course minutes after the 2006 Preakness Stakes. Security officers shouted at onlookers to remain behind temporary barricades. Television news helicopters...
Sun reporterThe Ravens' record-setting defense sat in a downtown hotel Saturday night and seethed as New York Jets coach Al Groh delivered a mocking taunt on videotape. In so many calculated words from a news conference on Wednesday, Groh sarcastically suggested the...
Sun reporterTurnovers have led this Ravens' road trip into a dead end. A third-place record has changed this journey into a crossroads.Swallowing some pride as a franchise yesterday, the Ravens watched their title defense get put on notice in a humbling 24-14 loss...
Sun StaffThe capital region's bioterrorism crisis deepened yesterday after two employees at Washington's primary mail-handling facility died of suspected inhalation anthrax, and two others were seriously ill with the same illness. Health authorities said they...
Sun StaffTrying to reassure postal workers and an anxious public, the postmaster general moved to shore up the U.S. postal system against biological attack -- even suggesting that people should wash their hands after touching their mail. "We're telling people...
Sun StaffPANG THRUK, Thailand - In a village where generations of farmers have raised chickens, people ordinarily might scoff at the idea of remembering one particular rooster. But they are unlikely to forget the rooster that a 6-year-old boy, Captan Boonmanut,...
Tags: Buddhism, Family, Pakistan, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Bird Flu
Sun StaffA 26-year-old Hong Kong woman who traveled to the United States last week is under watch at a Baltimore hospital as the state's first potential SARS patient, and nine of her family members have been isolated in a Bolton Hill apartment building. The...
Sun StaffThis is what Helen McKay remembers the morning after: Her boyfriend Peter drove her, fast, from the ballroom at Leisure World to Montgomery General Hospital. He held her up as she limped from the car, stayed with her on the blood-repellent plastic chairs...
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