Displaying items 73-84 of 3017 » View baltimoresun.com items only< Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11-252 Next >
The emailed rejection came as no surprise to Bill Skibinski, though the Abingdon resident believed he was more than qualified for the entry-level job he'd applied for online. After spending two years seeking full-time work, Skibinski is convinced that...
Tags: Lima (Peru), Parkville, Walmart, Employment, Elections
The Rev. Gerald "Gerry" Vincent Lardner, a Sulpician priest who taught preaching and later served as a missionary in Africa, died of cancer June 18 at Mercy Medical Center. He was 70 and lived in North Baltimore. Born in Baltimore and raised on...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Cancer, Africa, Students, Roland Park
Matthew VanDyke, the Baltimore man who was captured in Libya last year while fighting with the rebels who eventually overthrew dictator Moammar Gadhafi, says he is now raising money to travel to Syria and film a documentary about the uprising there....
Julian Assange, the peripatetic and elusive founder of the whistleblower web site Wikileaks, put himself at the center of a fine bit of political theater over the weekend when he used his fugitive status at the Ecuadorean embassy in London to demand the...
There are three issues relating to the U.S. stance toward Jerusalem to which Robert Pines' article usefully draws attention ("U.S. must recognizeIsrael'scapital," Aug. 15). The first is whether the U.S. government considers Jerusalem to be part of...
Dave Jones is trying to shrink the world, one crisis at a time. The former TV weatherman wants emergency managers and decision-makers to have simultaneous access to real-time information so they can keep people out of harm's way. And he wants them to...
Kyle Hogan's nightmare began in 2004 amid a child custody dispute with his estranged wife, when she took their daughter to her native Philippines and told him they weren't coming back, he said. For the next eight years, Hogan, 43, of Hanover, doggedly...
The Baltimore SunFormer Maryland basketball star Greivis Vasquez was among eight people named a “Champion of Change” today at the White House for his efforts as a sports diplomat in the United States and his native Venezuela. Vasquez, 25, now with the NBA&...
Like the ghosts of Shakespeare's Banquo or Dickens' Jacob Marley, the specter of the late commie-hunting congressman from Wisconsin, Joseph McCarthy, will always be with us. It is summoned up today, by some on the left, who use it as a tool to thwart...
Tags: Michele Bachmann, Islam, North America, Justice System, Hamas
The hulking old tanks, left to rust when Soviet forces pulled out of Afghanistan in 1989, still packed a threat when Albert Whittington arrived. Whittington, an ordnance and explosives specialist with the Baltimore district of the Army Corps of...
Gustavo, a 12-year-old orphan from Colombia, has spent a week at camp, attended the Catonsville July 4th parade and watched an IronBirds baseball game at Ripken Stadium during what he has been told is a vacation to America. In reality, he and nine...
Testifying before a Senate committee a few months ago, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lamented that America was "in an information war, and we are losing that war." This week, she blew a fuse at the "Friends of Syria" meeting in Paris, saying that...
Sep 15, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Jun 21, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Aug 30, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Aug 20, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Aug 17, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Jul 13, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Jul 20, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Jul 27, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Jul 28, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Jul 28, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Jul 29, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Jul 12, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun