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  • Nasty books

    Bit of a kerfuffle in the book division of the Land of Pleasant Living over the decision by the Harford County Public Library not to stock the popular novelFifty Shades of Grey. Today The Sun publishes a letter by Mary Hastler, the library director,...
  • Teacher pension study based on incomplete science

    Thomas A. Firey's recent suggestion in The Sun ("Better pension reform," July 27) of a statewide "buy-back" program for public employees to reduce Maryland's future public pension should be vetted very closely by citizens and officials, given the...
  • Spying uncovered

    Spying uncovered
    Undercover Maryland State Police officers repeatedly spied on peace activists and anti-death penalty groups in recent years and entered the names of some in a law-enforcement database of people thought to be terrorists or drug traffickers, newly...
  • Ivins stood to gain financially from anthrax scare

    Bruce E. Ivins, the government biodefense scientist linked to the deadly anthrax mailings of 2001, stood to gain financially from the huge federal spending in the fear-filled aftermath of those killings, the Los Angeles Times has learned. Ivins is listed...
  • The making of an opinion

    "All successful newspapers are ceaselessly querulous and bellicose. They never defend anyone or anything if they can help it; if the job is forced upon them, they tackle it by denouncing someone or something else." Remarkably enough, those are not the...
  • Army medicine: Untested in battle

    Army medicine: Untested in battle
    The U.S. Army has quietly altered or abandoned some of its more experimental medical treatments for troops injured in combat, as advances it once hailed as groundbreaking are foundlargely ineffective or perhaps even dangerous. Advanced battle dressings,...
  • The challenges that lie ahead

    The next pope will inherit a church facing serious challenges, such as the polarization between liberals and conservatives, competition with evangelical Protestants, the secularization of Western Europe and the clergy's steadily declining ranks. The...
  • Letters to the Editor

    The government does not belong to the governor Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s comments on WBAL radio certainly had a chilling effect on me ("Ehrlich says he intended `chilling effect,'" Nov. 27). But what is truly "chilling" is his comment: "That's my...
  • Game 14: Happy berth day

    Game 14: Happy berth day
    This is why Shannon Sharpe came to Baltimore after 10 years in Denver. It's why Rob Burnett came back for his 11th NFL season.It's why Brian Billick came from Minnesota a year ago. Playoff football became a reality for the Ravens yesterday when they...
  • Police seize fourth 'Deep Throat'; judge sets hearing Friday on appeal

    Police seize fourth 'Deep Throat'; judge sets hearing Friday on appeal
    "Deep Throat" was showing in two Baltimore locations yesterday morning -- at a North Avenue movie theater and in the courtroom of Judge James W. Murphy. Behind locked doors, the Baltimore Circuit Court judge, the opposing lawyers, a few clerks and a...
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  • Florida school pulls Cory Doctorow's book, he sends it to students

    Florida school pulls Cory Doctorow's book, he sends it to students
    Note to principals interested in quietly removing books from summer reading programs: Don't target novels written by one of the editors of BoingBoing. Upon hearing his young adult novel "Little Brother" had been pulled from the summer reading program...