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  • The World Bank's broken promise to 'do no harm'

    The World Bank's broken promise to 'do no harm'
    Seven years ago, the World Bank set out to help preserve Kenya's Embobut Forest for future generations. As part of the Natural Resource Management Project, it spent millions to mitigate erosion, prevent landslides and improve the administration of water...
  • Around Annapolis: Drama club nominated in 12 Cappies categories

    Around Annapolis: Drama club nominated in 12 Cappies categories
    The Hippodrome in Baltimore will be flooded with high school theater and journalism students, including the cast and crew of Annapolis High School's "A Christmas Carol," all dressed in their best, ready to attend the high school equivalent of the Tony...
  • Third pro-Russia activist found dead in Ukraine capital this week

    A journalist supportive of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich was gunned down in Kiev on Thursday, the third death this week of a prominent critic of Ukraine's Western-backed government. Russian media and other loyalists of Yanukovich, who was...
  • Clay Aiken, Judith Miller visit Bill Maher

    Clay Aiken, Judith Miller visit Bill Maher
    There could be fireworks this week on "Real Time With Bill Maher." Journalist Judith Miller will be the top-of-show guest at 10 p.m. Friday on HBO. Miller is promoting a book, "The Story: A Reporter's Journey," in which the Pulitzer Prize winner...
  • David K. Shipler's 'Freedom of Speech' reflects our fractured times

     David K. Shipler's 'Freedom of Speech' reflects our fractured times
    David K. Shipler calls himself a free-speech absolutist in his seventh book, "Freedom of Speech: Mightier Than the Sword." "Lines are murky," he writes, "and it's always risky to use vague characterizations to give authorities the power to shut down...
  • Challenged by 'Going Clear,' another test awaits Tom Cruise

    Challenged by 'Going Clear,' another test awaits Tom Cruise
    When Janeane Garofalo asked Brad Bird, the director of "Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol," about Tom Cruise at a recent Tribeca Film Festival event, she peppered Bird with allusions to the Scientology documentary "Going Clear." Bird called it "a...
  • Congress working to strengthen Freedom of Information Act

    President Barack Obama has routinely promised greater transparency within the federal government. Now, Congress is making strides toward achieving this critical goal. The House of Representatives and Senate are currently considering nearly identical...
  • James L. Bradley

    James L. Bradley
    James L. Bradley, an influential and beloved English teacher who taught at Owings Mills High School for more than 30 years, died Saturday at Carroll Hospital Center of complications from Lyme disease. The Gamber resident was 67. "Mr. Bradley was...
  • Wall Street Journal's Gigot to head Pulitzer Prize Board

    Paul Gigot of The Wall Street Journal has been elected chairman of the Pulitzer Prize Board. Columbia University made the announcement Monday. Gigot first joined the Journal in 1980 and has been editorial page editor since 2001. He is responsible for...
  • The Sun wins Newspaper of the year from MDDC

    The Sun wins Newspaper of the year from MDDC
    The Baltimore Sun was named Newspaper of the Year — and its website also took top honors — in the 2014 editorial contest results announced Friday by the Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association. The Sun has been chosen Newspaper of the Year...
  • 'Would you attend a gay wedding?' -- a question meant to trip up, not inform

    'Would you attend a gay wedding?' -- a question meant to trip up, not inform
    A few weeks ago, Jorge Ramos of Fusion asked Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) if he would attend the gay wedding of a loved one. Rubio responded, “If it's somebody in my life that I care for, of course I would.” Rubio went on to say that he doesn't...