Junk food getting tobacco treatment
Growth defines mayoral hopefuls
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Douglas R. Small, horse breeder and sailor
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Risks are often high for online poker fans
U.S. replacement doubtful for Dubai operator at port
Push for Advanced Placement questioned
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Programs to probe roots of common diseases
Fraud under a microscope
Peter P. Sokas, 89, SSA analyst, Army Reserve officer
Hold scientists accountable
Break away and check out a hockey game
Joseph Epstein, 87, research chief at Edgewood Arsenal
Medical advances make decisions on life difficult
Bush calls for amendment to bar gay marriage
An anthrax glossary
Sphinx to remain a ruined ruin Lion-man: The experts who restored the Great Sphinx of Giza wanted to retain its historical character by leaving the ravages of ancient age on its human face. But its lion's body was restored and even got a nail clip.
Northview adds Tamayaz to stallion list
Hepfer seeks 250th wrestling victory tonight
City education mess depicted in cartoonWhile "City...
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Veteran campaigner joins the fray once again Politics: Larry Gibson's latest gubernatorial effort targets incumbent -- whom he helped get elected
Dollie Walker-Thomas, 89, broke race barriers, promoted heritage
Wrongful-birth suits on rise Tests: Advances in prenatal testing have sparked a boom in lawsuits against doctors accused of failing to read them correctly.
American wins Nobel for discovery of infectious particles Prions termed 'new genre of disease-causing agents'
Hopkins, Helix are discussing alliance Merger would account for nearly a quarter of acute hospital beds
Harry L. Jones, 72, professor, art collector
Bills worry doctors, too Audits: Federal officials looking for fraud are auditing the billing of patients by faculty doctors at large teaching hospitals, and the doctors and hospitals are troubled by what they say have been ambiguous Medicare rules.
Baltimore's lawyers make mark in D.C. Baron, Bennett are latest in line of Md. attorneys plying trade in Capitol
Turning around Cornell new goal for Pietramala Hopkins assistant replaces legend Moran as head coach
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Brennan, long a liberal on high court, dies at 91 Scholar, deal maker was among the most influential of justices; Champion of human rights; He helped to shape the modern concept of First Amendment
Will reveals multimillion-dollar secret Millions: Jacob Leeder appeared to live a modest, unassuming and frugal life in Harford County. But after he died at age 83, family and friends learned his value: $62 million.
Buried treasure Down in the unseen vaults of the Walters Art Gallery lie thousands of precious objects from ancient Egypt. Plans are to bring them up to the light of day.
Travelin' man in league of his own among fans
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Delaware anthropologist tracks culture of Peten Mayas Language and culture of Itza people endangered by destruction of forests
Graduates have several options for managing debt Refinancing, consolidating and investing can help
Aquarium's big catch Expert: Baltimore's aquarium has hired Dr. Joseph R. Geraci, a world-renowned marine mammal pathologist, as its senior director of biological programs.
Ivy League setting at affordable prices College: Maryland's public universities are creating honors programs with small classes, senior faculty -- and reasonable tuition.
World traveler's dream is coming true here For Stanley Heuisler, the Columbus Center is the ultimate trip
ARCHAEOLOGY LOOKS INTO LIVES OF EARLY AFRICAN-AMERICANS; UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA SCHOLAR ENCOURAGED BY GROWTH OF KNOWLEDGE
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