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.
On Sept. 11 and 12, 2008, ABC News aired Charlie Gibson's interviews with vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin. They marked the beginning of the end for one of the most woefully unqualified and dangerous candidates ever put forth for the second highest office in the land.
With primary battles settled, the conventions over and the general election less than two months away, Democrats and Republicans now turn to the end game: reaching out to persuade the few remaining undecided voters that their nominee is the one to solve the nation's problems.
The office, located in the Normandy Shopping Center, houses campaign signs, bumper stickers and literature for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, U.S. Senate candidate Dan Bongino, U.S. House of Representative candidates Frank Mirabile (District 7), Eric Knowles (District 3) and Nancy Jacobs (District 2) and Board of Education candidate Bob Ballinger.
Companies like Bain do much to help the economy, but Mitt Romney is failing to mount a credible defense of his time there under attack from President Obama. He could do well to take a page out of his opponent's 2008 playbook.
Maryland U.S. Attorney Rod J. Rosenstein was one of two federal prosecutors appointed by Attorney Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. Friday to "lead criminal investigations" into the recent leak of U.S. classified intelligence information.
By By Richard A. Serrano, Christi Parsons and Kevin Rector and The Tribune Co.
A former Marine, John Strumsky never saw any action and that has always left him with mixed feelings as he tours veterans cemeteries each Memorial Day. John Knecht served in the Navy during the Korean War and plans to make sure the flag at Brightview of Catonsville is at half staff that day.
A line formed outside the Dewey Lowman American Legion Post 109 in Arbutus several hours before the Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was scheduled to arrive Wednesday afternoon. Though some had yet to decide if they would vote for Romney, all expressed enthusiasm about him visiting their hometown.