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  • Study shows surgery for gun or knife wound not always necessary

    Exploratory surgery isn't necessary on most abdominal gunshot and stabbing victims, according to a new study from Johns Hopkins. Surgery increases the risk of complications, researchers said. “Managing gunshot and stab wounds without exploratory...
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Tuesday

    Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Tuesday
    WEATHER Today's forecast calls for cloudy skies, with a chance of showers this afternoon and a high temperature near 74 degrees. Tonight is expected to be cloudy, with a low temperature around 62 degrees. TRAFFIC Check our traffic updates for this...
  • SEALs, not Obama, deserve credit for bin Laden death

    After all the publicity and with President Barack Obama posturing about the key role that he played in the demise of Osama bin Laden, it was gratifying to see an op-ed describing the real heroes of the operation ("Bin Laden victory lap went too far,"...
  • Richard K.C. Hsieh

    Richard K.C. Hsieh
    Richard K.C. Hsieh, a public health specialist and former National Library of Medicine official who in retirement traced his family tree back to seventh-century China, died of a heart attack Dec. 31 at his Towson home. He was 79. Born in 1932 in...
  • Republicans can't abide the fact that Obama got bin Laden, and they didn't

    In response to a recent letter-writer claiming that the Navy SEALs, rather than President Obama, deserve the credit for killing Osama bin Laden, there are few sadder things than watching Republicans try to play down the facts ("SEALs, not Obama, deserve...
  • John Joseph Scocca, Hopkins biochemistry professor

    John Joseph Scocca, Hopkins biochemistry professor
    John Joseph Scocca, a retired Johns Hopkins biochemistry professor recalled for his keen critical eye, died of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease May 10 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 72 and lived in Aberdeen. Born in South Philadelphia,...
  • U.S. and Pakistan: Uneasy allies

    U.S. and Pakistan: Uneasy allies
    News that the U.S. has resumed drone strikes in Pakistan, killing at least three suspected militants last week in the tribal areas of North Waziristan along that country's border with Afghanistan, could hardly come at a more delicate moment for U.S.-...
  • Parkton optometrist goes to India on sight-saving trip

    Parkton optometrist goes to India on sight-saving trip
    Students in Hereford High School's Key Club had a chance to see the difference they made in the lives of people living across the globe. The club's 60 members had collected used eyeglasses, sunglasses, coloring books, candy and small toys for OneSight, a...
  • Taking a whirlwind tour through foreign texts

    July kicks off with an Independence Day celebration, so it is easy to associate the whole month with all things American. Why not break the mold this summer? Choose one of these works of foreign fiction to finish off your July with an international flair....
  • Pikesville mosque to open at Slade Mansion on Park Heights Avenue

    Pikesville mosque to open at Slade Mansion on Park Heights Avenue
    Synagogues and schools line Park Heights Avenue in Pikesville — Temple Oheb Shalom, Baltimore Hebrew Congregation and the Shoshana S. Cardin School, among them. Nearby is the nation's largest kosher grocery store, and signs promoting Jewish...
  • Arundel parent who helped bridge cultures wins involvement award

    Arundel parent who helped bridge cultures wins involvement award
    An Anne Arundel County parent whose gentle spirit is said to have built bridges between cultures at her sons' elementary school was named the Maryland Parent Involvement Matters Award winner Friday night. Ambareen Jafri, a 35-year-old Crofton mother of...
  • Reducing the threat of Armageddon

    Reducing the threat of Armageddon
    President Obama achieved a major foreign policy goal in 2010 when he concluded the New START Treaty committing the U.S. and Russia to reduce the size of their long-range nuclear arsenals by a third within six years, to 1,550 warheads on each side. But...