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Maryland WeatherThat stormy region in the western Caribbean was getting better organized and gaining strength Friday and forecasters now give it a 70 percent chance of becoming the Atlantic season's first named tropical storm - Alex - within 48 hours.UPDATE: Chances are....
Tags: Tropical Storms, BP Plc
Maryland WeatherThe 2010 Atlantic hurricane season is up and running today as Tropical Storm Alex gathers strength in the western Caribbean Sea. The storm appears to be headed for Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, and from there into the western Gulf of Mexico.We......
Dining@LargeSome in the Sandbox seemed less than tempted when I wrote about the edible weed purslane. And that was before I posted this picture with a bug on it. I'm not trying to convert any purslane-haters out there, but you......
Tags: Salsa (genre), Recipes, Foods and Beverages, Anchovies, Salads
Reality CheckKelly admits she messed up on the last challenge, calling it a "fatal error" even though clearly it wasn't because she's still here. On pea-gate, Alex says he had no idea that Ed had a pea puree. Meanwhile, Ed says......
Tags: Whole Foods Market, Italy, Chiropractors, China, Japan
Maryland WeatherWith only three named storms on the books so far as we move into the traditional August-to-October peak of hurricane activity in the Atlantic, the National Hurricane Center has trimmed the top end of its predictions for hurricane activity during the 2010....
sun reporterFISHING CREEK // Five months after coming to this marshy village on the Chesapeake Bay to take jobs picking crabs in a processing plant, Trinidad Tovar Tovar and a dozen other workers headed home to Mexico yesterday, their luggage bulging with trinkets,...
Sun StaffHOOPERS ISLAND - Anyone looking for a fiesta - make that FIESTA! - need search no farther than this narrow strip of marshy waterfront that is the summer home of Mexican women who do the dirty work in Maryland's seafood industry. It's been 2 1/2 months of...
Sun StaffHOOPERS ISLAND - Just a few months ago, Harry Phillips wouldn't have bet a nickel that his crab processing plant would still be in business - much less humming along, turning out mounds of creamy steamed crabmeat. In March, Maryland's Eastern Shore...
Tags: Labor Day, Labor Legislation, Employees, Migration, Arts
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDo I need a passport for my cruise? For cruise passengers, the answer is not as crystal clear as the waters of the Caribbean. Starting June 1, Americans will need to show a passport, a passport card or other document to return to the U.S. by land or sea...
Sun StaffThe trail of blood from the three Mexican children whose throats were slashed last year in a Northwest Baltimore apartment leads to two pairs of blue jeans worn by the relatives who are on trial for the murders, a prosecutor said in opening statements...
Tags: Assault, Lawyers, Family, Immigration, Illegal Immigrants
Sun ReporterCoretta Scott King, a pioneer of the civil rights movement who marched alongside her husband, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., in the fight for equality and carried his torch for nearly four decades after his death, died early yesterday in Mexico. She was...
The number of swine flu cases in Mexico is stabilizing. In the U.S., though more people are being diagnosed with the virus, cases have been mostly mild, claiming two lives. And health officials have backed off on closing schools where students are sick....
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