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  • Bob Baffert has Bayern pointed for a Preakness run

    Bob Baffert has Bayern pointed for a Preakness run
    Bob Baffert, the Hall of Fame trainer of Preakness entry Bayern, hopes his horse has more luck in Baltimore than Bodemeister did at Pimlico two years ago. After winning the Arkansas Derby that year, Bodemeister finished second in both the Kentucky Derby...
  • President Obama's Munich [Commentary]

    President Obama's Munich [Commentary]
    Seeking to create an analogy with the deal the United States negotiated with Iran to supposedly limit further production of its centrifuges, Secretary of State John Kerry chose to recall disarmament agreements between the U.S. and the Soviet Union. A...
  • Iran deal wasn't Obama's Munich [Letter]

    Iran deal wasn't Obama's Munich [Letter]
    You could see the comparison between the recent deal on Iran's nuclear program and Neville Chamberlain's appeasement of the Nazis coming a mile away ("Iran deal is Obama's Munich," Nov. 25). Only, it's not true. Iran will not be developing a nuclear...
  • Iran deal is Obama's Munich

    The big foreign policy story over the weekend was the Obama administration's agreement, along with five other nations, of a sweeping arms deal with Iran that involved Iran agreeing to a freeze of its nuclear program in exchange for relief from U.S....
  • Why the Nazis feared modern art

    Why the Nazis feared modern art
    The recent discovery in Munich of what are reported to be more than 1,500 major artworks confiscated or banned by the Nazis is a reminder of how totalitarian regimes tend to view art as so dangerous a potential adversary as any enemy army. In the case...
  • John Cena praising Antonio Cesaro in Munich was a telling moment

    John Cena praising Antonio Cesaro in Munich was a telling moment
    After the main event at WWE's Live Event on Saturday night in Munich, Germany, John Cena got on the microphone and asked for Antonio Cesaro to return to the ring. There, he asked the German-speaking superstar to translate his words to the audience. At...
  • 'The Bachelorette' recap, Week 5: Worst date ever in Germany

    'The Bachelorette' recap, Week 5: Worst date ever in Germany
    Worst date ever! Welcome to Week 5. The remaining “however many” guys pack their bags, don their best hoodies and head to Munich, Germany. I know it’s Week 5, but I still can’t tell the guys apart and don’t really know their...
  • Dundalk native Bucky Lasek claims gold at X-Games Munich in skateboard vert

    Dundalk native Bucky Lasek won his third gold medal of the year in skateboard vert at X-Games Munich on Thursday, continuing what has been one of the best seasons of the skater’s career. Lasek did not complete a full run during his first three...
  • Arsenal and Bayern München want to win their match, celebrities insult each other and the earth circles the sun

    Arsenal and Bayern München want to win their match, celebrities insult each other and the earth circles the sun
    While Angelenos are mourning the loss of their favorite basketball team's patriarch, basketball fans in the other corner of the country are scratching their heads over a comment by rapper. Welcome to your online trends for Tuesday, February 19. Jerry...
  • The Bavarian case for registering guns

    The Bavarian case for registering guns
    Besides drinking beer, there are two other pastimes that Bavarians love: driving and sport-shooting, including hunting. Bavarians build BMW's "Ultimate Driving Machines." Bavarians' national dress is hunter green. No one who visits Munich is likely to...
  • Bonnie Branch Middle students examine Munich Massacre for winning History Day project

    Bonnie Branch Middle students examine Munich Massacre for winning History Day project
    Bonnie Branch Middle School eighth-graders Nick Kundrat and Matt Yagel point to a bar graph made for their school project examining security at the 1972 Summer Olympic Games in Munich, Germany, which ended with 11 athletes killed. The graph illustrates...
  • Former professor led Vatican office that enforces doctrine of faith

    As soon as his name was read from a balcony of St. Peter's Basilica, Joseph Ratzinger was being considered a transitional pope because of his age - at 78, the oldest pontiff elected to lead the Roman Catholic Church in nearly three centuries. But when...