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  • Moving on by moving up

    Moving on by moving up
    Just as there are many roads to glory, there are myriad ways to grapple with the ghosts of racism past. Some seek, and eventually obtain, apologies such as the one issued by the Howard County school board last month. Others seek, and sometimes obtain, financial reparations — such as those who, decades after it happened, eventually divided several million dollars because of a 1920s racial cleansing in Rosewood, Fla.
  • Ravens get early Christmas present if Ray Lewis returns soon

    Ravens get early Christmas present if Ray Lewis returns soon
    When things break right for the Ravens, they really break right. Less than 24 hours after their most exciting win of the season -- the 16-13 overtime victory over San Diego highlighted by Ray Rice’s electrifying (and game-saving) 30-yard catch-...

    Letter: Dishonest campaign makes it easier to support gambling expansion

    This afternoon, I received a call from someone asking if I would participate in a quick survey on an issue. I agreed, and she posed a question on the amount of revenue the gambling would generate, furnishing multiple choice responses. I replied that I had...

    $250K lottery prize from ticket bought in Timonium remains unclaimed

    $250K lottery prize from ticket bought in Timonium remains unclaimed
    Check your tickets — $250,000 might be hiding in your wallet, or on your dresser ... or in that coat you haven't worn since March. A winning Maryland Lottery ticket worth $250,000, purchased at a convenience store in Timonium, remains unclaimed,...

    Where were anti-gaming moralists when lottery grew?

    Dan Rodricks and some readers love to knock the casinos as some sort of de-facto tax on the poor ("A casino switch that's moral," June 12). Mr. Rodricks has made his views very clear concerning casinos. However, where was his outrage when the Maryland...