Thankfully, Thanskgiving menu doesn't include Redskins
Homeland woman hires refugee artisans for her Fells Point store
Homeland woman opens Fells Point boutique called Tembo Group, showcasing arts and crafts made in the store and its on-site studio by international artisans, some recent refugees.
Baltimore City sheriff candidate David Wiggins wigs out over Ray Rice domestic violence
Turning point in Iraq [Editorial]
The U.S. can't stand by as ISIS militants overrun Iraq and slaughter thousands of innocent civilians in its drive to impose an extreme form of Islamic law
Attacking Israel with the big lie: genocide [Commentary]
Claiming Israel wants to wipe out Palestinians is a lie that, told often enough, gets believed.
2013 Top 10 Home Videos and Streaming
Gottfried Wagner on the Holocaust opera 'Lost Childhood'
Richard Wagner's great-grandson Gottfried Wagner discusses his role in the development of 'Lost Childhood,' an opera by Janice Hamer and Mary Azrael that will be performed Nov. 9.
New opera links Jewish, German legacies of Holocaust
Wagner's great-grandson was an inspiration
Chris Bohjalian sets love amid horror
The best-seller is packed with history, but also plot twists, secrets and compulsively likable characters.
The Coup's Boots Riley on his new album, the coming revolution, and his telemarketing skills
Pro-Azerbaijani letter is an outrage
A letter to The Sun twists the facts in the case of convicted Azerbaijani murderer Ramil Safarov.
Lithuania tries to whitewash its role in the Holocaust
For a nation that played such a devastating role in the Holocaust, Lithuania is trying hard to make people forget.
2013 TOP TEN HOME VIDEOS AND STREAMING
DNA, Mladic and the science of justice in the former Yugoslavia
Genetic testing has helped identify victims of genocide in the former Yugoslavia and has made denial of atrocities untenable.
Muslim leaders have given us reason to be wary
Many Muslims have dangerous agendas
Don't call it 'genocide'
Turkish genocide of Armenians is a one-sided view of history