Abortions and the birth rate have been declining nationwide for more than a decade. Now experts are trying to figure out why.
Mid takes Rhodes award in stride
Wallace era long gone, but not discrimination
Opera leader sets his final season
Free 'La Boheme' simulcast aims to reach young people
Muslim history in U.S. full of surprises
Kevin Francis McKinley, 54
Men may be in line for HPV immunization
What others are saying
Yates Field is pushed as a fitting tribute
Doctors ponder: Is it a disease or all in your head
Scorpion venom targets cancer
The changing face of Miss USA pageant
New positionsRenaissance Harborplace promotes McCarthy, LucidoRenaissance Harborplace...
A revolution in Little Rock that continues today
Gaining chess 'bragging rights' Tournament: The University of Maryland Baltimore County team is favored to win the 1996 Pan American Chess Championships, which begin today in downtown Baltimore.
Volleyball divisional play seems likely
Cancer death rates down overall for 1st time since 1900 Experts say decrease is due in large part to anti-smoking effort
Ravens fail to draw rave views from Baltimore-area watchers
'60s psychedelia guru Timothy Leary, 75, dies LSD advocate tapped into information age
Little rest on Roesch's schedule Swimming: Wilde Lake sophomore star doesn't mind the hard work it takes to make a big splash.
Louise S. EvertonPainter, art teacherLouise Smith Everton,...
Drug may reduce risk of infant cerebral palsy
Alabama rescinds offer to Jost
Lawyer is boss, friend, family to client on eve of parole GOOD COUNSEL
Despite obscure office, new lieutenant governor expects challenging work KATHLEEN KENNEDY TOWNSEND -- Starting From The Sidelines
When scientific evidence wavers, courts apply their own standards
School chief seeks end to lengthy 'crisis mode'
Dr. William M. Howdon, 81, retired gynecology professor
High anxiety in middle age linked to high blood pressure 20 years later
The Day Johnson Became President
Dr. R. L. Campbell, co-founded School
King's Dream after 30 Years: Deferred? Denied? or Dead?
UM official rejects Ala. university post Schaefer call helps to keep her here
Pollard takes reins at Bowie State
Pre-Mayan hieroglyphics deciphered Ancient monument yields king's tale
TV, radio cruelty: Now it always hurts when we laugh
Stallings values success, but treasures son more THE BEAR'S HEIR SUGAR BOWL -- Alabama vs.Miami -- Friday, Channel 13, 8:30 p.m.
Gilbert A. Sanford Sociologist, researcher
WHAT'S NEW IN NUTRITION Trying to make some sense out of all the latest studies about what's wise to eat
What's New in Nutrition The oldest advice, sensible eating, is still the bottom line
Amazing Americans, Always Trying to Learn
In Albertville, Ala., there are games, but no tickets
Global Warming: Too Soon to Tell
THE BEST OF THE BEST 25 years of Athletes of the Year
Asbestos cases here form biggest trial ever
MAN FOUND GUILTY OF SEX ASSAULT
DNA 'FINGERPRINTING' IS ALSO STANDING TRIAL IN SEX-ASSAULT CASE