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  • Senado de EE.UU. se acerca a un acuerdo al borde de la suspensión de pagos

    Senado de EE.UU. se acerca a un acuerdo al borde de la suspensión de pagos
    Demócratas y republicanos en el Senado de EE.UU. se acercaron hoy un poco más a un acuerdo para desbloquear temporalmente el presupuesto y elevar el techo de deuda que mantiene vivo el riesgo de la suspensión de pagos antes de que termine esta semana....
  • NFL and TV networks sticking with Redskins

    NFL and TV networks sticking with Redskins
    NBC's Bob Costas weighed in Sunday that it is time for the Washington Redskins to change their name. But don't look for the networks that carry the National Football League, including NBC, to follow his lead just yet. Even if NBC wanted to, its contract...
  • Gansler denies unsafe conduct on road

    Gansler denies unsafe conduct on road
    Democratic gubernatorial candidate Douglas F. Gansler denied Tuesday reports that he routinely told his state police drivers to speed and run red lights, calling the head of the unit that protects high-ranking officials a "henchman" of Gov. Martin O'...
  • Eleanor Catton's 'The Luminaries' wins 2013 Man Booker Prize

    Eleanor Catton's 'The Luminaries' wins 2013 Man Booker Prize
    This post has been updated. Please see note at bottom for details. Eleanor Catton took the 2013 Man Booker Prize for "The Luminaries" at an awards ceremony in London on Tuesday night. At age 28, Catton is the youngest novelist ever to win the...
  • Letters: The devil and Scalia

    Letters: The devil and Scalia
    Re "Scalia the 'originalist' holds court on his views," Oct. 13 Oh, wow: Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is even more scary than I realized. He implied that a reporter who was apparently surprised that Scalia believes in the devil is "out of...
  • Is the debt ceiling finally dead as a weapon?

    Is the debt ceiling finally dead as a weapon?
    The question may seem premature, since the threat of a debt-ceiling breach and a government default still darkens America's skies, like a thunderhead.  Yet Tuesday's utter collapse of the House Republican caucus surely demonstrates the severe...
  • Ruppersberger to decide on governors race next month

    Ruppersberger to decide on governors race next month
    WASHINGTON -- Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger will make a decision about whether to seek the Democratic nomination for governor next month -- an effort he would undertake to ensure a Baltimore-area candidate is in the race, he said in an interview with...
  • Q&A: Jo Nesbo on 'Police,' Harry Hole

    Q&A: Jo Nesbo on 'Police,' Harry Hole
    Of the Scandinavian crime writers who have become international sensations in recent years, Sweden's Stieg Larsson (“The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”) is obviously the best known, but Norway's Jo Nesbø is catching up fast. Nesbø's dark and...
  • The 'income verification' myth buried in the shutdown deal

    The 'income verification' myth buried in the shutdown deal
    The glittering new deal to end the government shutdown/debt ceiling crisis has one tiny sop to the Republicans. Let's hope they don't break their arms patting themselves on the back about it. The sop is a provision to tighten "income verification" for...
  • Regulators weigh proposal for minimum 30% down payments on loans

    Regulators weigh proposal for minimum 30% down payments on loans
    WASHINGTON — Federal agencies haven't been functioning much this month, but six of them are looking at a proposal that could squeeze huge numbers of buyers out of the mortgage market: a mandatory 30% down payment for borrowers who seek the best...
  • 'Breakfast With Lucian' presents an eye-popping portrait of Freud, the painter

    "Breakfast with Lucian," Geordie Greig's juicy, eye-popping book about Lucian Freud, the notoriously priapic painter best known for raw portraits that stripped his sitters bare in every sense, doesn't pretend to be objective or comprehensive. Greig offers...