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  • Corks, lineup cards, oddball items -- Orioles fans want it all

    Corks, lineup cards, oddball items -- Orioles fans want it all
    For some fans, it's not enough in this memorable, extended Orioles' season to merely watch the games. They yearn to preserve the all-too-fleeting moments — to touch them — by buying pieces of the season. They want to own the one-of-a-kind...
  • FBI agent testifies in trial of friend of accused Boston bomber

    FBI agent testifies in trial of friend of accused Boston bomber
    A friend of the accused Boston Marathon bomber denied visiting the suspect's college dorm room three days after the deadly attack, but later admitted to the visit, an FBI agent who interviewed the man testified on Wednesday. Robel Phillipos, 21, is on...
  • Woman who robbed Wilmette bank suspected in Skokie heist

    Woman who robbed Wilmette bank suspected in Skokie heist
    A woman who robbed a Wilmette bank Tuesday is suspected in the robbery of a Skokie bank last week, authorities said. Police responding to a holdup alarm at the BMO Harris Bank at 1701 Sheridan Road about 11:50 a.m. Tuesday said they learned from a...
  • Art gallery owner gets five years for 'horrendous' cyberstalking

    A federal judge sentenced the owner of a Riverside County art gallery to five years in prison Monday, calling his attempts to extort an art publishing company he had once worked for and its employees by creating disparaging websites and making repeated...
  • The civil rights movement needed both King and the Panthers [Letter]

    The civil rights movement needed both King and the Panthers [Letter]
    Reginald L. Lewis Museum of Maryland African-American History and Culture director A. Skipp Sanders was wrong to bar civil rights pioneer Helena Hicks from entering the premises, and she was wrong about the civil rights movement and former Black Panther...
  • Ebola hoax on bus will cost taxpayers thousands of dollars, Metro says

    Ebola hoax on bus will cost taxpayers thousands of dollars, Metro says
    When a man shouted "I have Ebola!" on a Metro bus in Los Angeles on Monday, what followed was more than just a made-for-TV scare. The threat forced officials to quarantine the driver as a precaution and to take the bus out of service while it...
  • South Florida firm pursues Nik Patel hotel properties

    South Florida firm pursues Nik Patel hotel properties
    A South Florida real-estate firm has signed a letter of intent to purchase five hotels owned by embattled Orlando businessman Nikesh Patel. No sale has occurred yet, and a sale price was not disclosed. But Coral Gables-based Continental Properties...
  • Families in Blue Mountain Consumer Discount collapse squabbling over settlement

    Families in Blue Mountain Consumer Discount collapse squabbling over settlement
    A feud has erupted between investors who lost money in the multimillion-dollar collapse of Blue Mountain Consumer Discount Co., a Wind Gap loan company that lawsuits charge was really a Ponzi scheme. The source of the discord? A $1.2 million proposed...
  • Trial of accused Boston bomber's friend turns to text messages

    Trial of accused Boston bomber's friend turns to text messages
    A friend of a man accused of lying to investigators probing the Boston Marathon bombing urged him to tell the police "everything" he knew about the suspected bomber, a federal agent testified Tuesday. U.S. prosecutors contend that Robel Phillipos, 21,...
  • In Poconos, weariness sets in as manhunt for Eric Frein grinds on

    In Poconos, weariness sets in as manhunt for Eric Frein grinds on
    CANADENSIS, Pa. - 7:30 a.m.: A school bus cruises along a foggy country road, carrying children to school. A few cars back, a black armored vehicle rolls past a blinking sign. "Closed to hunting," it reads. Minutes later, a man waits for breakfast...
  • Suspect in Oklahoma beheading expected to be charged with murder

    Oklahoma plans to file a murder charge as early as Tuesday against Alton Nolen, who is suspected of beheading a former co-worker at a food distribution center last week, prosecutors said. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is also looking into Nolen's...