Ban human cloning, panel suggests But practice might be allowed in future, experts' draft says
Rewriting Modern 'Hystories' Elaine Showalter believes that Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Gulf War Syndrome and other current maladies are not significantly different from the Salem witch hysteria or the spurt in reports of alien abductions.
Ethics panel agrees on moratorium on human cloning But presidential advisers divided on outright ban
General suspended in Georgia as Army conducts investigation Psychiatrist commands medical center; nature of allegations withheld
CLINTON'S FED PICKS HARD TO PEG; EXPERTS DON'T KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT FROM FERGUSON, GRAMLICH
Norman Augustine is retiring as CEO of Lockheed Martin Coffman will succeed defense industry giant
From Delany sisters, wisdom of the ages Theater: Emily Mann gives African-American centenarians their say and the audience a distinctly human experience.
A Bright Spot Princeton: A haven for intellectuals, Princeton is more than just the home of a beautiful university. This New Jersey town has a high degree of charm.
Lyman Spitzer Jr.,82, a pioneer in astrophysics...
Francis L. Hamm, 63, social worker for...
Paul F. Du Vivier, 82, career diplomat who was held prisoner by the Nazis
Bill Bradley to head new UMCP think tank Ex-U.S. senator to focus on six major policy issues
Acorn becoming an oak Growth: Croft-Leominster Inc., a small investment advisory firm in downtown Baltimore, has in seven years become one of the top performers in the country, managing $368.6 million in private and institutional funds.
Ring in the New Year with books
Elga J. McFadden, 84, homemaker, volunteerElga J....
Rabbi shares 'magic' of faith Discovery: As a teen, Baltimore Hebrew Congregation's new leader was drawn to the Jewish traditions he now uses to help followers find meaning in life.
William Albert Pilachowski, 74, letter carrierWilliam Albert...
Hill Staton refuses to be bitter about loss
When white guys lose, the game isn't fair
M. Hamilton Whitman Sr., 82, Bethlehem Steel...
Voters not impressed by Dole and Clinton tax-cut promises
Ehrlich open to a higher role Congressman viewed by GOP as rising star; CAMPAIGN 1996
J. Gordon takes speedway's last flag Earnhardt runner-up as 50-year NASCAR era ends at North Wilkesboro
Dr. Luther Clagett Beck, 87, gastroenterologistDr. Luther...
Oh, where are the F. Scott Fitzgeralds of today? Centennial: The author's work is still great, so why is nobody writing this way?
Hopkins retains more women medical faculty Associate professors grew 550% in 5 years
Foreign news is diminishing, in spite of technology Coverage: The immediacy and easy reach that the communications explosion provides is tending to trivialize the substance of news reports
Student leader flees China after 10 months on the run 'Commander' of '89 protest zigzags her way to U.S.
Just call him the knotty professor Mathematician: Dr. John Conway, master showman with a boundless energy for unraveling clumps of string, discovers a winning formula for tie-breaking.
Prisoner of identity politics
Firm that changed face of Md. Architects: Fifty years ago this week, Archibald Coleman Rogers started the architectural firm that became RTKL Associates Inc., the state's largest and one with work in 45 countries.
Clinton offers to shave $200 off FHA home loan closing costs Dole camp derides first-time savings as 'chump change'
Philip L. Wickenden, 60, health care consultantPhilip...
Clinton pushes college tax credit For first 2 years, eligible families could get $3,000
An education a world away Boarding school: A Baltimore-based firm is recruiting at-risk 12-year-old boys to study in rural Kenya. But some critics fear the students could be at equal risk so far from home.
Clinton, Dole seek ways to cut taxes Both contenders constrained by need to balance budget; CAMPAIGN 1996
Broadcast personalities to be honored by WMC
Rocketing to the top Debut: Norman R. Augustine will address shareholders of Lockheed Martin Corp. Thursday as the CEO, a culmination of 40 years of luck and opportunity combined with a keen mind and traditional virtues.
Using his art to get to the heart of writer's illness-filled darkness Paradise lost: A psychotherapist probes the writings of F. Scott Fitzgerald to explain why he came apart.
Dr. Donald H. Hooker, 87, combat surgeonDr....
Thomas Chang, 48, authority on male reproduction, professor
Willie's Fabulous Fun Fair to feature carnival games, face painting, sand art, raffle at school
Contentious judicial race nearing end Primary election for two judgeships is Tuesday; Rumors, name-calling; 5 candidates argue over experience and temperament
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John Koppelman, 78, investment bankerJohn Van Cortlandt...
TRACKING A PASSION For half a century, Herb Harwood has been quietly, obsessively documenting trains. His mission is clear: He simply wants to save the rails
Actor goes solo with a purpose Onstage, he battles for better values
Who would want to kill all the lawyers?
T. Rowe Price whiz feted for 55% year New Horizons chief: John Laporte was "totally surprised" to learn that a newsletter had named him the nation's best domestic fund manager.
Pa. museum goes medieval