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  • Police escort variety of officials to events

    Animal Kingdom, the thoroughbred that won this year's Kentucky Derby, got a police escort to Pimlico for the Preakness. Wounded war veterans got escorts to Orioles games. Former Secretary of State Colin L. Powell got an escort to the Grand Prix. Police...
  • Oriol Servia, Baltimore's 'favorite driver,' ready for Grand Prix

    Oriol Servia, Baltimore's 'favorite driver,' ready for Grand Prix
    A year ago, Oriol Servia said he should be Baltimore's favorite driver because his name, Oriol, means Oriole in Spanish. He felt he was Baltimore's own. "Ever since I arrived in this country, people say, 'Oh, Oriol, like the cookie,' and I always say,...
  • Little effect on violence expected

    WASHINGTON - The capture of Saddam Hussein won't guarantee an end to the bloody insurgency that has marred the U.S. victory over his regime, officials and analysts said yesterday. Nor, diplomats said, will it ensure cooperation of leaders from Europe...
  • U.S. faces growing Mideast quandary

    WASHINGTON - The deadly truck bombing at the United Nations compound in Baghdad two days ago underscores the continued U.S. inability to pacify Iraq and appears to push President Bush's goal of a transformed Middle East further into the future. Far...
  • Amid violence, Bush tries to save peace plan

    WASHINGTON - With a renewed spiral of violence threatening to derail President Bush's nascent Middle East peace initiative just a week after his historic summit in Jordan, the White House struggled yesterday to keep Israeli and Palestinian leaders focused...
  • Ill feeling abroad about Bush policies tips over into anti-Americanism

    WASHINGTON - The worldwide spotlight on the abuse and torture of Iraqi prisoners has undercut America's moral authority abroad, particularly in the Arab world, compounding the damage to the country's reputation caused by the invasion of Iraq and a...
  • We aren't in this alone

    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...
  • Acts of war demand focused response

    THE TERRORISTS who killed Americans still uncounted, obliterated a great landmark, cleared the skies, closed the markets and damaged the national defense command center did more harm to the continental United States in a day than did all the enemies in...
  • Bush apologizes for abuse

    WASHINGTON - President Bush apologized yesterday for the abuse of Iraqi prisoners at the hands of U.S. soldiers and said he had scolded Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld for his handling of the scandal. But the president rejected calls to oust...
  • U.S. attempts to limit political damage

    WASHINGTON - With a rare apology to abuse victims in Iraq, top Bush administration officials moved on several fronts yesterday to halt the erosion of American credibility worldwide from mistreatment of prisoners and limit further political damage to the...
  • Powell says Bush was 'informed' of Red Cross concerns

    WASHINGTON - Secretary of State Colin L. Powell said yesterday that he and other top officials kept President Bush "fully informed ... in general terms" about complaints made by the Red Cross and others over ill-treatment of detainees in U.S. custody....
  • Tom Bowman on Iraqi prisoner abuse

    Jace Woods, Baltimore: Why are these soldiers being made out to be the scapegoats in this mess? Their lives will be ruined, and yet there will be some who will benefit greatly from this. Bowman: It's too early to say that these soldiers will be...