"All In" is the title of the David Petraeus biography, and no book is more aptly titled. His caree is now in a shambles because he made a big, disasterous bet -- having an affair with author Paula Broadwell -- and it led to his resignation as CIA director.
The younger of two men who admitted to stealing a wealth of culturally significant property was sentenced Friday to a year and a day in federal prison, ending the prosecution of a case that affected archives, museums and libraries across the nation.
There is no TV genre more problematic than docudrama. And Sunday's premiere of "SEAL Team Six," which claims to be the true, inside story of the mission to kill Osama bin Laden, is as problematic as they come.
Maybe Carrie's family is right about this job being too stressful. Beyond the psychological challenges of subterfuge and shifting loyalties, this week's episode of "Homeland" zeroes in on the broader, more tangible threat of violence.
Don't forget that 'Homeland' has done this to you before. Just like they confirmed much earlier than you may have expected last year that Brody was in fact in league with terrorists, the show's creators threw out our expectations last week that Brody would evade capture or that this season would be about the CIA's initial pursuit.
Nicholas Brody is in deep trouble. Not just because episode two of Homeland's second season ends with a damning piece of evidence against him, but because Carrie Mathison's about to be back on his trail.
What happens on Showtime at 10 p.m. Sunday isn't just a case of art imitating life or scenes ripped from headlines. This is the return of a series that surgically drills into the same current of national anxiety as that generated by such real-life events as the Sept. 11 attack this year in Libya.
The biggest winner Sunday at the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards had to be Showtime's "Homeland," which took the top three drama awards in an upset over such favorites as "Mad Men" and "Downton Abbey." But, Baltimore-based productions and stars had a very big night, too.
Military service members stationed away from homes they bought before the housing bust can't easily sell. Regulators are trying to increase their options, but one assistance program is about to expire.
Disgraced collector Barry H. Landau was sentenced to seven years in federal prison Wednesday for stealing thousands of historic documents worth as much as $2.5 million from archives along the East Coast, including Baltimore, where the scheme unraveled last summer.
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.
Tench Tilghman, Revolutionary War aide-de-camp to Gen. George Washington and one of Maryland's most famous patriots, carried the news of the British surrender in 1781 at Yorktown, Va., to the federal capital in Philadelphia, in a ride that has been compared as being only second to that of Paul Revere.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
The report from the State Department was brief: Thomas M. Jennings Jr., a federal worker from Burtonsville on a temporary assignment with NATO peacekeepers, had died in a traffic accident in Southern Bosnia. It turns out that was only part of the story.