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The Baltimore Grand Prix is coming Labor Day weekend, just four months after Indy Car racing celebrates 100 years of history, tradition and passion at the Memorial Day classic Indianapolis 500. The two events are not as far apart as they may seem at first...
Maryland WeatherSure it's gray and drippy here. And there are no palm trees anywhere. But at least we're not in Los Angeles, which is sweltering in record 112-degree heat this afternoon. They've long-since broken the daily record (106 degrees in 1963). Now......
Reality CheckBucky gives us the lowdown on tonight's Amazing Race finale. And many, many thanks to him for covering the show all season!:Here we are in Seoul, South Korea, for the start of the final leg of The Amazing Race, Season......
The Baltimore SunA Baltimore group is in serious negotiations with the city and the IndyCar Series about staging an annual street race beginning in 2011 near the Inner Harbor that state and city officials say could rival the Preakness in its economic impact and national...
The last two weeks' Getting There columns about Maryland drivers and pedestrian crosswalks brought a strong outpouring of e-mail. This is a sampling of reader reactions. Md. pedestrians, an underserved bunchThank you so much. We are such an underserved...
Sun StaffFor executives like Tom Matte, the huge U.S. trade imbalance presents a constant shell game. A senior manager for an international auto handler, Matte must find storage space for hundreds of Hondas arriving in the bellies of hulking cargo ships from...
Sun StaffThree keen-nosed bloodhounds named Lucy, Knight and TinkerBelle, flown in by the FBI from Southern California late last summer to help with the anthrax investigation, are a major reason for agents' focus on former Army bioterrorism expert Dr. Steven J....
Los Angeles TimesWhen striking dockworkers paralyzed West Coast ports in 1971, President Nixon waited three months to force them back to work. But with cargo ships backed up from San Diego to Seattle, few expect President Bush to take anywhere near that long to step in...
Sun StaffPope Benedict XVI selected yesterday a San Francisco bishop with a reputation as a conservative theologian to take over his former job - one of the most powerful in the Catholic hierarchy and instrumental in shaping the direction of the church....
Times Staff WritersThe turmoil and uncertainty surrounding California's recall election appears likely to last at least a week, legal observers said Tuesday, as the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals sought arguments on whether it should reconsider an order postponing the...
Staff writerLOS ANGELES -- A popular Los Angeles priest told Cardinal Roger M. Mahony in 1986 that he molested young boys, but was reassigned to parishes and allegedly continued his sexual abuse of minors for more than a decade, documents and interviews show. Mahony...
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