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September 11, 2001 Attacks

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  • 'The Newsroom' recap, 'Willie Pete'

    'The Newsroom' recap, 'Willie Pete'
    "How many different kinds of disgusting do you have to be to boo a man who volunteered to fight and die for you?" -- Will McAvoy "Willie Pete," the third episode of "The Newsroom's" second season, opened with a Will McAvoy rave-out during a comment...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, Aug. 25 Annapolis Run About 5,000 runners will take on the Annapolis 10 Mile Run, hosted by the Annapolis Striders, starting at 7 a.m. Motorists should be on the lookout for road closures, including a closure of the Naval Academy Bridge from 7:15...
  • A farewell to privacy

    A farewell to privacy
    "Can we say then … that the general economy of power in our societies is becoming a domain of security?" Michel Foucault, 1978 In 1791, the Fourth Amendment — sanctifying what we now call the human right to privacy — became part of...
  • Senior briefs

    Annapolis Center This activity will be offered at the Annapolis Senior Activity Center, 119 S. Villa Ave. Information: 410-222-1818. 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game' The event takes place at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 11. Seniors are encouraged to wear...
  • Johnson, fighting gun violence, loses an officer

    Johnson, fighting gun violence, loses an officer
    For Jim Johnson, the police chief of Baltimore County, the month of August started in Pittsburgh, with an award from a national law enforcement organization for his "steadfast leadership and commitment to working to keep this nation free of gun violence."...
  • An opinion editor gets the last word

    Friday was my last day on the job after editing the op-ed page of The Sun for seven years. That's approximately 7,000 op-eds and columns — about 5.3 million words in all. I would like to say that every single one of those op-eds was a brilliant...
  • A government that lies to its citizens doesn't deserve to be called a democracy

    A government that lies to its citizens doesn't deserve to be called a democracy
    Ray McGovern's commentary on National Security Agency eavesdropping was a blast of fresh air ("Clean house over NSA spying," July 8). It was wonderful to read it on the same day I attended a vigil on behalf of Pfc. Bradley Manning at Fort Meade. What...
  • GOP in 2014?

    GOP in 2014?
    So, do Republicans have any chance of winning the governor's mansion back next year? Let's look at the circumstances in place when the last two GOP governors (Spiro Agnew and Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.) won, and when Ellen Sauerbrey came within 6,000 votes...
  • Four questions Obama must ask about Syria

    Four questions Obama must ask about Syria
    As some people who served in our government under President George W. Bush acknowledge the ever escalating tragic consequences of going to war in Iraq and Afghanistan, now seems the perfect time for those of influence on both sides of the aisle to ask...
  • The Bush library and the willing suspension of disbelief

    The Bush library and the willing suspension of disbelief
    To nobody's surprise, all four living former presidents were on their best behavior last week at the dedication of the library and museum named for the latest of them, George W. Bush, at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. The honoree's father,...
  • Run to Remember through downtown Baltimore recalls 9/11

    Run to Remember through downtown Baltimore recalls 9/11
    The Baltimore City fire and police department were among the groups that turned out Sunday morning to take part in the 911 Run to Remember 5k run and 1-mile walk downtown. The event started at the 9/11 Memorial in front of the World Trade Center on East...
  • Dropping bombs isn't the answer

    Dropping bombs isn't the answer
    The conflict in Syria is a horrific human tragedy: 100,000 dead, 2 million refugees and now, chemical warfare. I can sympathize with the impulse to "do something" about it ("Where is the outrage?" Sept. 4). However, this intervention, no matter how...