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  • Public TV in Germany, It's No PBS

    Public TV in Germany, It's No PBS
    German television is different than television in the United States.  That is what I have gathered after visiting two German TV outlets, one public and one private. The largest difference is that public television gets about 50% of the viewership in...
  • 'Mommy Minute' Story Boosts Pajama Donations

    'Mommy Minute' Story Boosts Pajama Donations
    A Mommy Minute story, which ran in the Hartford Courant and on the Fox CT Morning News, helped double holiday donations to the Pajama Program, a small organization that collects new, warm night clothes for children who live in group homes and are...
  • Sales Recruiter

    POSITION: Sales Recruiter DATE: 3/28/11 DEPARTMENT: Human Resources REPORTS TO: Director, HR-Integrated Media ROLE: Using a variety of sourcing methods, find top talent candidates for sales positions throughout Tribune Company. RESPONSIBILITIES...
  • Timeline: U.S. healthcare law's technology breakdown

    Timeline: U.S. healthcare law's technology breakdown
    (Reuters) - U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, President Barack Obama's top healthcare adviser, apologized on Wednesday over the technology failures that have plagued the rollout of Obama's healthcare law. Below is a timeline...
  • Sending the Russians just the right Olympic message

    Sending the Russians just the right Olympic message
    The official presidential delegation to the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics the White House announced this week sends just the right message. Intolerance is not acceptable. If the decision to have neither President Barack Obama nor first lady Michelle...
  • Doctors overcharge on workers' comp medicine, critics say

    Doctors overcharge on workers' comp medicine, critics say
    When Marylanders purchase the painkiller Vicodin, it costs about 37 cents a pill at a pharmacy. But when a doctor dispenses it under Maryland's workers' compensation system, the cost per pill can increase dramatically, officials and doctors acknowledge....
  • Immigrant groups lose Catholic funding over gay marriage issue

    Immigrant groups lose Catholic funding over gay marriage issue
    When a statewide immigrant-rights coalition endorsed same-sex marriage this past spring, 11 groups were given a stark choice by a Roman Catholic anti-poverty program: Leave the coalition or lose their Catholic funding. Eight of the groups decided to...
  • Hooe is first Republican to run in District 12

    District 12 voters have an abundance of options on the Democratic side for the three open delegate seats. But, until late last month, no one had stepped forward to fill an "R" slot on the ballot. Lansdowne resident Joseph Hooe became the first Republican...
  • Robbins police chief fired in wake of state investigation

    Robbins police chief fired in wake of state investigation
    Capt. Douglas J. Smith for weeks wielded a gun and badge in south suburban Robbins, hired to help turn around the struggling Police Department. His resume touted nearly 30 years of police work in Georgia, in California and on the East Coast. He seemed...
  • Gansler, Brown clash over domestic violence proposals

    Gansler, Brown clash over domestic violence proposals
    An attempt by Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler to pivot from character concerns to issues in the increasingly nasty gubernatorial contest yielded more vitriol Tuesday as Gansler accused a rival, Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown, of putting politics ahead of...
  • Thousands of immigrants seek drivers licenses

    Thousands of immigrants seek drivers licenses
    Thousands of immigrants living here without legal permission will start the new year demonstrating skills in parallel parking and two-point turns in hopes of becoming licensed drivers in Maryland. Maryland joins a handful of states on Jan. 1 that...