Computer with data on veterans found
OTHER NOTABLE DEATHS
Soldier's marker without memory
Time's short: Quick answers about Part D
A diagnosis of asthma, until it was far too late
NAMES IN THE NEWS
Bill backs digitizing medical records
Treasury freezes payments to G Fund retirement plan
Treasury freezes payments to G Fund
Early actions mark Virginia's Kaine as a tax-and-spend Democrat
William A. Bacon Sr., 77, automobile sales...
Backing the flag amendment House passed measure; Senate to consider it
Army secretary may get nod for top VA post
Dr. Curtis E. Davis, 61, founded and led renal dialysis program
2-week run of illnesses at federal building tied to fumes, stress, repairs Environmental specialist set to brief experts today on his developing theory
Theodore A. Woronka, 80, junior high school...
TOWSON -- The owner of a controversial...
Vindication at last for gulf war veterans Pentagon admissions give ill Marylanders hope of explanation
Lawmakers seek probe of VA practices Center in Baltimore is accused of bias in promoting, punishing; Official denies wrongdoing; He labels allegations by union a ploy to increase membership
VA criticized for ignoring vets' reports Agency doctors testify they believed Pentagon
VA tally overlooked many gulf war patients Federal agencies that discounted illnesses used incomplete data
GOP has narrow margin in Congress Republicans post net gain in Senate; House is uncertain; Most incumbents win; Some freshman Republicans face stiff challenges; ELECTION 1996
Dole caravan's snooze control Campaign: The GOP challenger's got miles to go before he sleeps, but says he's ready. Can he be? Are we?; CAMPAIGN 1996
Don't forget government shutdownAs voters make up...
New positionsTNT Logistics appoints Wade to technology...
Republican tide in the South not likely to take Nunn's seat A win by Vietnam vet could threaten GOP control of Senate; CAMPAIGN 1996
THE OTHER RAVENS They lacked money, prestige -- heck, even the right equipment. But they were extraordinary athletes with extraordinary determination. Long before football came back to town, this was Baltimore's dream team.
AIDS beats cancer to research fundsI am...
The poor aren't the only ones on...
George N. Webb, 76, assistant professorGeorge N....
Catherine M.F. Lyles, 90, started black Girl...
Dorothy F. Olsen, 76, nurse treated Gehrig, served in war
Smaller turns out better for VA Hospital: The veterans medical center in North Baltimore has been replaced with the Rehabilitation and Extended Care Center, which will accommodate fewer than half as many patients as the old facility.
Ours is a nation of cynics
George Parkhurst, 88, auditor for Baltimore Circuit Court
Mortgage insurance could be a bad deal Payments can continue after coverage ceases
Dr. Donald H. Hooker, 87, combat surgeonDr....
Charging vets higher fees triggers suit
This guide was prepared by the League...
VA turns attention from war injuries to social problems Spared cuts in budget, vet centers shift roles
Agency targets overcharging on refinancing
Travel office furor refuses to fade away Political slip: The firing of the White House travel staff has caught the sympathy of Congress and the public, while casting the Clintons in an unflattering light.
VA hospitals grow despite drop in veterans' ranks Budget and staff swell while cuts occur elsewhere; quarter of beds are empty
Economics of terminal careWhere has Dr. Douglas...
Md. getting jitters over budget crisis 'Really worried' : The state has weathered the federal shutdown by using its own funds, but there is concern about what will happen if it lasts a few more weeks.
Shutdown 'really makes you angry' The pain spreads: As bills go unpaid and trips are postponed, individuals and businesses suffer along with federal employees.
Federal workers in Baltimore feel like 'prisoners' About 200 employees hold rally to protest pay loss, stalemate
Timonium resident gets call, invitation from White House President responds to man's letter of support
U.S. reneging on promise to veteransA promise...