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  • 'The Bachelorette' recap, Week 1: What some guys won't try

    'The Bachelorette' recap, Week 1: What some guys won't try
    Hello rose lovers and welcome to Season 9 of The Bachelorette!  It’s been a long 77 days for us 'Bachelor' fans, but I am back and ready to bring you the play-by-play as we follow Desiree on her second chance at love, which is sure to be filled with...
  • After war, a joyful reunion recalled on Memorial Day

    After war, a joyful reunion recalled on Memorial Day
    As the hospital ship USNS Comfort motored up the Chesapeake Bay, Chief Petty Officer 2nd Class Josh Cackowski was eager to see his son — and anxious about how the 18-month-old might react to him. Cackowski had celebrated Jakob's first birthday...
  • Brown to launch campaign for governor

    Brown to launch campaign for governor
    Seeking to emerge from the long shadow of Gov. Martin O'Malley, Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown will make official Friday what everyone in Maryland politics has known for a long time: He's running for governor. Brown, 51, will announce his candidacy in his...
  • Md. National Guard preparing for final Afghan deployment

    As the Maryland National Guard prepares for what could be its final deployment to Afghanistan, its commander sees a "pivotal point" in the nation's history. More than a decade of deployments to Afghanistan, Iraq and other battlegrounds since Sept. 11,...
  • Keep Md. Guard safe — and home

    Keep Md. Guard safe — and home
    I wish to express how delighted I am that the Maryland National Guard is seeing its final deployment to Afghanistan ("Md. Guard preparing for Afghanistan, and after," May 10). Now, let's bring all of them home from the all the other hellholes. (Kosovo,...
  • It's time to stop blaming Bush

    It's time to stop blaming Bush
    I am not a fan of former President George W. Bush, but I must comment on the hatchet job that was The Sun's editorial about the opening of the Bush library in Dallas ("Misoverestimating Bush," April 28). During the last two years of Mr. Bush's...
  • Lessons of Iraq should be applied to Syria

    Lessons of Iraq should be applied to Syria
    Interventionists have successfully pushed President Barack Obama into increasing military involvement in Syria. Their rationale feels eerily similar to the reasons used for the invasion of Iraq. Before our actions spin further out of control, we should...
  • Museum at Aberdeen Proving Ground won't be reopening

    Museum at Aberdeen Proving Ground won't be reopening
    Army officials are canceling plans to reopen the former Army Ordnance Museum at Aberdeen Proving Ground as the APG Museum. Adriane Foss, a spokeswoman for the Harford County Army post, confirmed Tuesday that "the Aberdeen Proving Ground Museum will...
  • Tragedy is not unique to U.S.

    Tragedy is not unique to U.S.
    What happened in Boston was a tragedy ("At least 3 dead, scores injured in Boston blasts," April 16). Our thoughts are with the victims and their families. We applaud the efforts of the first responders and nameless bystanders who ran to help. This...
  • Rebuttal to letter on removal of troops from Iraq [Letter]

    Mr. Thompson, I noticed you led your article with your credentials as a Naval Reserve Officer during WWII and Korea. For that I thank you for your service. I too served in the military. My service includes 20-plus years as an active duty Air Force officer...
  • Misoverestimating George W. Bush

    Misoverestimating George W. Bush
    It will be many years yet before historians can make their full assessment of the presidency of George W. Bush, but we have a sneaking suspicion their conclusions will not be nearly as generous as the puffery that has accompanied the opening of his...
  • Goodbye, Joe Lieberman

    Goodbye, Joe Lieberman
    After 24 years in the U.S. Senate, Joe Lieberman of Connecticut, the first and only Jewish politician nominated to a national major party ticket, in 2000, had some advice to his colleagues in a farewell speech Wednesday on the Senate floor. To break the...