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Freedom of the Press

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  • NFLPA president Foxworth supports Ayanbadejo, slams Burns

    NFLPA president Foxworth supports Ayanbadejo, slams Burns
    In an interview with The Baltimore Sun, NFL Players Association president Domonique Foxworth said Friday that he was disappointed in Maryland House of Delegates member Emmett C. Burns Jr., a Democrat from Baltimore County, who sent a letter to Ravens...
  • Ayanbadejo responds to politician looking to silence him on gay marriage stance

    Ayanbadejo responds to politician looking to silence him on gay marriage stance
    Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo said Friday he was surprised that Maryland Del. Emmett C. Burns Jr., a Democrat from Baltimore County, sent a letter to Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti urging him to silence his outspoken player, who has long been a vocal...
  • 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' recap, Kim's post-nose job party

    'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' recap, Kim's post-nose job party
    Kim and her new nose are throwing a little party to debut her readjusted cartilage. She also wants to celebrate her sobriety. Cute idea, having a coffee bar instead of a liquor bar.  The annoyed, strained smile on the barista's face when she suggested...
  • Oliver leader quits board after military record questioned

    Oliver leader quits board after military record questioned
    Earl L. Johnson appeared to be the ideal face for a broad effort by current and former service members to clean up his troubled East Baltimore neighborhood of Oliver. The charismatic veteran told stories of serving for years with the elite Army Rangers,...
  • Edward Snowden's 'Amazing Race'

    Edward Snowden's 'Amazing Race'
    The longer former National Security Agency contract employee Edward Snowden stays holed up in the transit area of Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport while Russian President Vladimir Putin cynically proclaims him a martyr to freedom of speech...
  • Scandals put presidential credibility on the line

    Scandals put presidential credibility on the line
    When the storm of administration scandals first hit President Barack Obama, he offered a good impersonation of Claude Raines in "Casablanca," expressing shock that gambling was going on in Rick's saloon. His verbal outrage at the snooping of the IRS and...
  • U.S. suit against S&P: Bad for business, bad for democracy

    U.S. suit against S&P: Bad for business, bad for democracy
    The Justice Department is accusing Standard & Poor's of defrauding investors with optimistic ratings of mortgage-backed securities and derivatives prior to the financial crisis. While investors are entitled to answers about those conflicts, compensation...
  • Army engineer put on leave for alleged white supremacist ties

    Army engineer put on leave for alleged white supremacist ties
    The Army's Edgewood Chemical Biological Center at Aberdeen Proving Ground has placed an engineer on administrative leave after a civil rights organization accused him of having ties to white supremacy groups. The Southern Poverty Law Center, a...
  • With anti-Islam film, free speech put American lives at risk

    Regarding your editorial, "Libya Attacks: Romney has a point" (Sept. 13), there's no debate that freedom of speech is a core value that should be defended in the United States and supported around the world. The question in this case is the context....
  • Torrey Smith tweet fallout at crossroads of Web, real life

    Torrey Smith tweet fallout at crossroads of Web, real life
    A Patriots fan's tweet Sunday night — intended for Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith — has ignited a firestorm on the web, raising new questions about the way online discourse intersects with real life. "Hey, Smith, how about you call your...
  • Editorial: Effort to stop Walmart is disingenuous

    It seems a bit strange that some people, who have had their say in shaping land use policy in Harford County, in general, and at the site in Bel Air, where corporate giant Walmart plans to build a replacement for its Abingdon store, are trying so hard...
  • Double standard in hate speech; OK for Muslims, but nobody else

    It is always reprehensible to mock anyone's religious beliefs, and it is even worse when the mockery is expected to result in violence, injury or death ("Obama defends free speech," Sept. 27). The freedom of speech exercised in the notorious anti-Islamic...