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Reality CheckBucky reports on last night's Amazing Race, which is zooming to its close. (Also, yes, this photo is from last week's episode, but it was the most recent I could find, and the set up team shots are getting old):The......
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: Mexico, Steaks, Justice System, France, Diplomacy
Stop by the new Mari Luna Latin Grille in Pikesville around dinner time and you'll find yourself asking, "What recession?" I suppose you could argue that the people who used to be eating at the fine-dining Ruth's Chris Steak House a bit north on...
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A Syrian-born terror suspect, reportedly sought in connection with the London bombings, is a fugitive in a Spanish case linked to Sept. 11 and was already wanted under a $5 million bounty offered by the United States. Mustafa Setmariam Nasar, 47, was...
Sun reporterUnfortunately for this town, what happens in Dewey isn't staying in Dewey. Every summer weekend, this mile-long beach town draws tens of thousands of visitors -- most of them single, most of them from Washington, most of them tightly wound young...
Tags: Movies, Elections, Business Trips, Georgetown, Photography
Sun Movie CriticAn African-American actor nominated for his portrayal of a Ugandan madman. A best-picture category that includes a movie filmed in Berber, Arabic, Spanish and Japanese (and another shot almost exclusively in Japanese). A Mexican director whose work...
Sun National StaffLAJES, Azores Islands -- Setting the stage for war, President Bush issued a bold ultimatum to the United Nations yesterday, saying that it must act today to authorize military action against Iraq or Bush would shut the door on diplomacy. "Tomorrow is a...
Tags: Saddam Hussein, United Kingdom, France, Europe, Executive Branch
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - With the criminal investigation of the Sept. 11 attacks increasingly focused on several European countries, U.S. authorities are using diplomacy as much as detective work to build cases and persuade other nations to hand over key suspects for...
Associated PressUNITED NATIONS - The United States and its allies - seeking swift U.N. approval for lifting sanctions on Baghdad - hinted yesterday at a larger political role for the United Nations in forming a new Iraqi government. At the first Security Council...
Sun StaffK-12 tutoring Kaplan Inc., New York, N.Y.: A Washington Post Co. subsidiary, it made its name in preparing students for college board exams but is branching out, like Sylvan. It now runs 200 K-10 learning centers called Score!; an Iowa college and...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON -- The United States mounted an uphill drive yesterday to win international backing for war against Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, joining with Britain and Spain to propose a new United Nations resolution declaring that Iraq has missed its "final...
Tags: Saddam Hussein, United Kingdom, France, Weaponry, Elections
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