Ministers struggle with ethics of growing tobacco Moral dilemma pits health considerations against economic staple
A new debate over nonviolence Militant: A fiery black advocate of violence in the 1960s has returned to the spotlight with recent revelations that Thurgood Marshall passed information about him to the FBI.
Leonard's unscripted heroism Revolutionary: The TV producer who gave the country "Gomer Pyle" also gave it better race relations.
'Marines...gave me a focus' Honor: A private from Baltimore is the top graduate of his boot camp company -- and he's returned home to tell high school students about his new life in the Corps.
The Block: all dressed up and not going anywhere
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Newest defense merger is a dangerous thing Boeing-McDonnell Douglas deal gives arms lobby more clout
Cosmetic surgeon takes the bite out of the bulldog
Well-filled stockings Ho-ho-ho: Exotic dancers, decked out as Santa, do legwork for charity. And in the daylight, yet.
Squeezed in S&L; vise Integrity: James Fisher was an academic who never thought to question the practices of Baltimore Federal Financial when he was on its board. Then the industry collapsed, and the government went for his throat and his wallet.
Do-it-yourself repairs 'Home Fair' at the JCCComprehensive...
Rape of 23 years ago haunts ex-Navy woman Aberdeen revelations lead former WAVE to discuss attack
General in war on drugs in Md. DEA: Anthony Cammarato has spent a career fighting crime in Florida and elsewhere. Now, he takes aim at traffickers in Maryland.
Timothy A. Dixon joins law firm in...
Army to name inquiry panel Members of military, civilians to investigate harassment charges
'Fraternization' extends beyond criminal definition Each service has own customs, regulations governing relationships
State Sen. John A. Cade dies at 67 Minority leader was highly respected for his budget expertise
Mary Norton Harrington, 83, math, science teacherMary...
Police rookie wastes no time Hampstead officer investigates robbery before graduating; 'Great team effort'; Academy training pays off quickly on small-town force
Moss L. Wagner Compton, 81, member of...
Charge of the light brigade Marathon: A club trains under the low-fat, high-activity regimen of an ex-Marine who at 71 leads 100 runners with dreams of conquering 26 miles Sunday.
3 approaches to the Joint Strike Fighter Lockheed Martin, Boeing, McDonnell Douglas have various ideas on warplane
Ted Bessell, 57, starred as Donald in 'That Girl'
'That Thing You Do' hits many happy notes Review: They don't make sweet, hopeful movies like this anymore. Which is reason enough to hope this one makes it at the box office.
Son's tattoo leaves indelible mark on mom
Julia C. Trueheart, 53, teacher in parochial...
Raymond D. Lochner, 72, Navy commanderRaymond D....
Bruce anchors the defense Navy: 'Rambunctious' linebacker plays with old-fashioned passion.
Prime-Time Paranoia Television: Fall shows troll for fans of the dark side with tales of aliens, lying governments and cynicism.
Assault case fuels tension at Academy Conflict: Naval Academy midshipman Scott Ward (right) fights off charges of sexual assault aganist female classmates, and his accusers find themselves under renewed scruting
Air crash cuts to the heart of a small Pennsylvania town High school French club, five adult chaperones were on field trip to Paris; TRAGEDY OF FLIGHT 800
New face in the Caribbean Dominican vote: Fernandez challenged to end Balaguer's long dominance.
Physician considers obesity a genetic disease; Weight:...
Goldstein will run for 11th term Wife's death played major role in decision by Md. comptroller; 'He's just such a fixture'; Political career dates to winning election as legislator in 1938
Miles Kaiser, 43, Marine who received Purple Heart
Dying Marine receives a 'long overdue' honor Medal: Staff Sgt. Miles N. Kaiser, who was wounded in El Salvador, is dying of AIDS, which he believes he contracted through a blood tranfusion there. Years later, he is being awarded the Purple Heart. @
Mettle, not medals, is what counts With each conflict, award of medals is more absurd
Well-deserved toss of the cap Anne Arundel County: Grads at Naval Academy, other area schools have cause to be proud.
Memorial Day observanceHonor the servicemen and women...
21st running of Avia 8K set May 12
Flying in Marine for trial costs county...
A deal with the devil U.S. threw away chance to save African country tied to it by history
'Taxi Driver' retains power Movie review: You might see this film differently after two decades, but if Travis Bickle bothered you the first time, he'll do it again in a remastered version at the Charles.
So proudly they hail: Decorative flags bloom No middle ground: If you hate banners, you hate them. If you love them -- and it seems more and more people do -- you can't get enough.
Mark Francis Collins, 83, News American publisher
Carol H. Smink, 54, radiologic technicianA memorial...
William G. Janik Sr., 67, plumber Maryland Institute, College of Art employee was self-taught sculptor
Loyalty only to mayhem Civil war: Liberia has a past tightly linked to the United States and a present that bodes poorly for West Africa's future.