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Sun-SentinelDespite the popular myth, St. Patrick did not banish all the snakes from Ireland. In fact, being an island nation, there never were any snakes in Ireland at all. But Patrick was significant in that he converted thousands of native Irish to Christianity....
Tags: Easter, New York City, Festive Events, Holidays, Christianity
The fatal downtown stabbing of an exotic dancer last week began as a fight among employees inside a strip club on The Block and could place the club's liquor and adult entertainment licenses in jeopardy. The chairman of the city's liquor board, Stephan...
Tags: Adults, Hospitals and Clinics, Maryland, Death, Employees
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From Wire ReportsNEW YORK - An executive for Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s General Re insurance unit has agreed to plead guilty to a federal criminal charge of helping American International Group Inc. use reinsurance to distort its finances, his lawyer said yesterday. Under...
Sun StaffA city grand jury has subpoenaed thousands of documents from the Baltimore liquor board, including inspection reports for Power Plant Live and Norma Jean's, a strip bar on The Block, according to court documents and interviews. The subpoena, which was...
Issues Eric T., Bel Air: Mr. Nitkin, in your Feb. 13, 2006, Q&A you briefly summarize The Sun's aggressive reporting on an aborted state land sale to a politically connected contractor (at the same price as the state initially paid). A few weeks ago,...
Staff And Wire ReportsLONDON - From Notre Dame in Paris to the Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City, cathedral bells tolled and prayers were offered yesterday to celebrate the election of Pope Benedict XVI. Roman Catholics and political and religious leaders around the...
BEFORE TUESDAY'S terror attack, the Bush administration had offended allies and others with unilateralist gestures over an array of issues. The message was that the United States is the world's only superpower, get used to it. Since Tuesday, the...
Sun StaffMayor Martin O'Malley, with one hand on his guitar and the other on a cell phone, juggled his City Hall duties with his devotion to Irish music yesterday, attending St. Patrick's Day Mass in a historic church, singing with his Celtic rock band at a...
Sun StaffAllfirst Financial Inc. and its Irish parent said yesterday that they have entered into a written agreement with regulators that requires them to further strengthen management and internal controls in the aftermath of a currency trading scandal that...
Sun Foreign StaffFrom bringing out his guitar and breaking into song inside an Irish pub to marveling at Belfast's still-rising waterfront development, Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley says he's been overwhelmed by his two-day, whirlwind Irish tour with President Clinton....
Sun StaffAllied Irish Banks PLC is in negotiations to sell Allfirst Financial Inc., its scandal-marred subsidiary, to M&T Bank Corp. of Buffalo, N.Y., according to published reports in Europe. The deal, which is reportedly valued at $3 billion, could be announced...
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