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Sun StaffOn a warm July night, an African-American teenager with a ready smile and plans for the future lay dying on the side of a Pasadena road after a beating, allegedly by six young white men. To some, including many black residents of Anne Arundel County, the...
Sun ReporterWhen his mother visited Israel in November, Tamir Goodman asked her to bring him back one thing: a sky-blue yarmulke. The color would match his basketball uniform at the Talmudical Academy in Pikesville. "You should have seen Tamir's face when he got...
Sun ReporterIt's happened to many, even before they took center court. And the abuse from the crowd, jammed three deep outside the chain-link fence, can happen for simple stuff: Maybe they didn't like your gear. The lines in your haircut. Maybe even the way you...
Tribune Staff WriterThe Nasdaq stock market's foundation made more than $250,000 in donations last year to non-profit groups affiliated with Nasdaq directors, a practice that has come under increasing scrutiny because of conflict-of-interest concerns. In September,...
Times Staff WriterKobe Bryant had a stock answer when friends -- and teammates and parents -- asked why he wanted to get engaged at 21, to a girl he'd met when she was 17 and still in high school: "I do everything young." Fortunately or not for him, it was true,...
Sun StaffA few weeks ago, some fellow Pro Football Hall of Famers graced a fund-raiser for the foundation that Lenny Moore operates in honor of his late son. Art Donovan, a guy who loves salami, and Gino Marchetti, a giant who had a sandwich named for him,...
Sun StaffST. JOHN'S, Antigua - When John Allen Muhammad snatched his three young children in Tacoma, Wash., and fled a custody order 4,000 miles to the twin-island nation of Antigua and Barbuda, he landed on an atoll in flux. The year was 2000, and the U.S....
Sun StaffCOLLEGE PARK -- It was the launching pad for Len Bias and Steve Francis, the floor where John Lucas and Juan Dixon pulled up off the dribble, and where Lefty Driesell and Gary Williams stomped their feet and ruined perfectly good sport coats. It's...
Sun StaffMANASSAS, Va. - The large-scale federal, state and local investigation into the serial sniper who has terrorized the Washington suburbs widened last night to Manassas, where a man was shot to death at a gas station. Montgomery County police headed to the...
Sun StaffTony Muser called it an impossible task. Terry Crowley wanted no part of it. Scott McGregor simply was appreciative for having such skilled players behind him, no matter who rated higher. Will Cal Ripken be remembered as the greatest Oriole, putting...
Sun StaffEAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The Los Angeles Lakers didn't want there to be anything left to chance and any guesswork. Shaquille O'Neal wanted to get what his teammate and "little brother" Kobe Bryant got last year, a title in his hometown. The Lakers got...
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