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  • After eight years of owning Ravens, Bisciotti ready for a Super Bowl

    After eight years of owning Ravens, Bisciotti ready for a Super Bowl
    It was well past midnight, and Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti was ready to sign off after his team's second straight exhilarating victory over arch rival Pittsburgh Steelers. But Bisciotti had one last thought to share with friend and adviser Ron Shapiro....
  • To boost Baltimore and the region, support the port

    To boost Baltimore and the region, support the port
    As we talk to business leaders about ways to grow the Baltimore region's economy and ask where they see the greatest opportunities, the Port of Baltimore is mentioned at the top of everyone's list. Throughout the nation's recent economic challenges,...
  • Weekend snow forecast still uncertain

     
    The National Weather Service has posted the flakey icons on its main page today, a recognition that forces are aligning to bring some sort of wintry storm to the region as early as Friday night, continuing into Sunday. Sterling forecasters......
  • Catching up with Phelps much easier on land

    There was a big personality waiting to leap out of Michael Phelps. He was just waiting for someone to ask the right questions after he waved to a crowd of fans in a celebratory parade hosted by Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom yesterday. Phelps, of Rodgers...
  • Sense of loss drives Ngata

    Sense of loss drives Ngata
    In Polynesian culture, a celebration, by definition, is not a private affair. Word of good news spreads as if it were carried by the wind, touching uncles, cousins, brothers, friends, sisters, girlfriends, ex-girlfriends and strangers, and without...
  • Angelina Jolie breaks the curse of 'Unbroken'

     Angelina Jolie breaks the curse of 'Unbroken'
    OXENFORD, Australia — Angelina Jolie was ready to step behind the cameras again. Her directing debut, "In the Land of Blood and Honey," hadn't been a box-office or critical hit, but making the 2011 Bosnian war drama had fueled her desire to become a...
  • NASA Langley part of new space tech research

    NASA Langley part of new space tech research
    The technologies needed to get humans deeper into space and safely on another planet are continuing apace, and will take financial commitments for years to come, a NASA official says. But NASA's partnerships with industry and academia to develop and...
  • Malaysia airliner search points up China's technology gap

    Malaysia airliner search points up China's technology gap
    BEIJING — In June 2012, China reveled in a major scientific achievement: The nation's first manned deep-sea submersible, the Jiaolong, had dived more than 4.3 miles into the Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean. The feat, state-run media said, put...
  • Water shortage divides Californians on solutions and blame

    Water shortage divides Californians on solutions and blame
    The vast majority of Californians believe, unsurprisingly, that the state is in the throes of a serious water crisis. But many disagree about what can be done about it. About 54% of Golden State voters believe farmers could cut down on their water...
  • Hypersonic jets, lasers future for Air Force researchers

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio Air Force hypersonic weapons and fighter jets with lasers could fly in the skies of the future. Air Force Research Laboratory researchers have made top priorities of hypersonics, directed-energy weapons and...
  • Climate change has arrived

    The following editorial appeared in the Miami Herald on Monday, April 14: In case there was still any doubt, and there shouldn't be at this point, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a United Nations group of scientists, has made it...
  • El Niño would cut odds of a Florida hurricane hit

    El Niño would cut odds of a Florida hurricane hit
    Odds are increasing that El Niño will emerge by this summer, and that could be a lucky charm for storm-vulnerable South Florida. A strong El Niño could mean the upcoming season will have "about one less major hurricane and one to two fewer hurricanes,"...