Modular pads going upscale
Hormone therapy reversal
An overlooked stay in the city
Leonard Faber, 75, federal historian and editor
Almost a president, now he's a star
Ecstasy research looks for benefits
Bush says U.S. must spread democracy
New generation dissects Vietnam War Students see conflict as something they need to know about.
Tobacco industry whistle-blower turns on his former benefactors Doctor is repentant, says he was duped
America's imperial ambitions
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Kaczynski lawyers try risky strategy 'Defense of last resort' turns on mental state of Unabomber suspect
Jiang wants to reach out to Americans during visit Chinese leader says trip will foster understanding
After years of chill, Jiang visit signals thaw in China ties President to arrive Sunday for summit, hopes to lay past to rest
Concert pays tribute and some bills
How to sleep ... er, breeze through the SATs
Rural America: Big government's rage-filled victims Violence: Militias, other country-based movements grow from a real experience of being oppressed and dispossessed.
2 Pa. communities illustrate debate on census count Bureau proposessampling procedure to fix enumeration errors
School vouchers for D.C. pressed System's late opening spurs call for reforms
HARD TO SWALLOW Physician Pietr Hitzig angrily dismisses FDA warnings on 'fen-phen,' blaming bad doctors, not bad medicine, for the diet-drug cocktail's demise.
'Confederate War': a nation built by combat
Debate on race takes place in Mass. in shadow of vacationing president Message is mixed on black-white relations
Dose of hope for children with Down syndrome Medicine: Kennedy Krieger Institute will launch a clinical trial to test the usefulness of a "smart drug."
LaPlaca is accustomed to fighting for education School board's leader argued to get degree
John J. Martin, 74, NASA and CIA official
How illiterate is university education? Erosion: Standards of reading, writing and thinking are in peril except among a small elite.
STAYING ON COURSE Profile: George A. Roche joined T. Rowe Price Associates Inc. nearly 30 years ago. Now he is at the top, after stellar performances as a fund manager and the company's chief financial officer.
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Hammond graduates heading for new horizons
Delaware anthropologist tracks culture of Peten Mayas Language and culture of Itza people endangered by destruction of forests
Itching to cure infestation Lice: Scientists, parents and school officials are scratching their heads over the increasing resistance the tiny bugs seem to be developing.
Gates charity endows Hopkins Microsoft chief, wife give $2 million to curb births in Third World
The newest Americans - 'murderous apartness'? Multiculturalism: This centrifugal force is the antithesis of America's immigration history.
Stock-picking whiz Renown: Eddie Brown, president of Baltimore-based Brown Capital Management Inc., has a national reputation as a money manager who picks winning stocks.
UM CHIEFS EXPLAIN OUSTER OF CHAIRMEN; MEDICAL DEAN, LEADER OF HOSPITAL SAY THEY SEEK STRONGER VISION
Who wants to work?
From Delany sisters, wisdom of the ages Theater: Emily Mann gives African-American centenarians their say and the audience a distinctly human experience.
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School reform threatens teachers' union rights
Some Dead White Males worthy of admiration
Engineering, pharmacy schools at UM rise on U.S. News list Hopkins medical school ranks 2nd after Harvard
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Prescription for prayer Faith: A medical profession that once considered religion incompatible with science is accepting its benefits to health.
Mideast war, peace could hinge on water Control of resource involves Israel, Arabs, even Turkey
Not last word on peace process Hebron agreement has powerful enemies
Global culture - in bits and pieces
Law professor named director of NAACP's Washington bureau McDougall set 'to defend gains of civil rights' laws
The Lebanon terror connection U.S. should look hard at former 'Switzerland of the Middle East'
Pop Psychology Children: At-Home Dads Convention helps fathers rest, break the isolation and share tales from the front lines. If it can't make them regular guys again, that's OK. They miss their babies.