We need another debate
We learned from the third debate that Mitt Romney basically agrees with President Obama's foreign policy. For undecided voters, this discussion left far too many issues unaddressed.
'Aporkalypse' Not? The 'unavoidable' world bacon shortage
Reports on the bacon shortage were the talk of social media on Monday and Tuesday. "Twitter users reacted to the news in hysterics," Mashable reported, "calling it an 'aporkalypse.'
Walmart pork suppliers treat pregnant pigs inhumanely
Walmart should stop buying pork from suppliers who cage pregnant pigs.
Glen Burnie Walmart shoppers to be confronted with giant, bloodied, inflatable pig
Mercy For Animals will protest the practice of confining pregnant pigs in tiny crates
No good options for Iran
Are sanctions working to persuade Iran to give up its nuclear ambitions?
Brazil, Russia, India and China: The world's trouble children
Brazil, Russia, India and China have hamstrung global responses to Iran and Syria.
The 'Turkish model' for democracy -- not dictatorship
The 'Turkish model' is based on democracy and rule of law
Money managers confront turmoil in eurozone
Baltimore money managers T. Rowe Price and Legg Mason say that they both have low levels of exposure to the eurozone – and that they're not pulling back from the region.
Rachel Marsden: The world isn't buying Europe's nonsense
Canada and China are refusing to get on the bailout bandwagon
Syria's downward spiral
Syrian dictator Bashar Assad's use of attack helicopters against civilians shows the regime's desperation
Private sector fine? No, better
The only thing wrong with President Obama's view of the U.S. economy is that it isn't optimistic enough
Ripley's opens Odditorium at Harborplace
Md. needs better laws to track pesticides
Absent national action, Maryland needs better laws to track pesticide use.
Concerns over pesticide testing are justified
Public needs to be informed of dangers inherent in pesticide testing
Canada, the forgotten ally
How about a little respect for our neighbors to the north?
Left wing ignores economic realities
Liberals in the U.S. are blind to the economic problems facing this country
Europe's lesson for the GOP
Voter revolt against austerity measures in Europe could prove contagious on this side of the Atlantic
Get tough with North Korea
North Korea: Only stern words, backed up by the resolve to act, will get Pyongyang's attention
Day Trip: Springfest heralds summer in Ocean City
Ocean City Springfest
America avoids Europe's austerity nightmare
Is reelection driving Obama's Israel policy?
The Obama administration's stated rationale for opposing an Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear sites is weak; could domestic politics be the real reason?
Letter: Support in faith, family, friends
The extra dollars you're paying at the pump are going to Wall Street speculators
Government can't dictate upward mobility
Government should foster economic opportunity, not guarantee outcomes
Letter: 'Encroaching socialism' poses threat to future of United States
'Encroaching socialism' poses threat to future of United States
Globalization: survival of the phoniest
The Great Recession of 2012?
Despite signs of improvement, Peter Morici sees four reasons to be deeply concerned about where the economy is headed
Curbing chimpanzee research
New National Institutes of Health guidelines narrow the use of chimpanzees in medical research to the rare cases in which it is necessary to protect the public health
Eurozone crisis: EU could learn a thing or two from Alabama
The supposed harsh measures to prevent EU overspending have no teeth; European leaders should look to Alabama, where public officials can go to jail if they bust the budget.