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  • Special places to watch not-so-special Super Bowl

     
    Good morning, Baltimore, or wherever you are out there in cyberspace. Sorry about the hiatus, and thanks to all who wrote to make sure I wasn't the victim of an alien abduction.During the Ravens' playoff run, I was embedded in enemy......
  • Ten for Thursday: Done deal on stimulus

     
    House and Senate negotiators agreed on a scaled down $789 billion stimulus package that reduced the tax cuts and will now prompt questions about whether it is too small to jolt the economy. Highlights are here. Is Susan Collins......
  • 10 for Wednesday: Tim Not-so-terrific?

     
    Tim Geithner's big bailout plan was big, but reaction was "brutally negative" as markets dipped and pundits and legislators shook their heads over the lack of specifics. Wall Street executives (don't laugh) are going on an "image offensive" to......
  • High-tech Homeland Security plans flop

     
    by Ken Dilanian A high-tech "virtual fence" to catch illegal border crossers. Next-generation nuclear detectors at ports. Tamper-proof driver's licenses in every state. These were signature Bush administration initiatives to protect the country against...
  • Raytheon develops Iron Man-like robotic suit

     
    Defense contractor Raytheon Co. recently showed off its exoskeleton robotic suit that's under development and it appears to be torn from the pages of one of the "Iron Man" movie scripts. The suit, dubbed the XOS 2, gives a soldier the power of two or...
  • Firefighters deserve high-fives and another fete

    NOW THAT was a cool coincidence: "Firefighter Appreciation Day 2001" at Oriole Park fell in the midst of the diehard, underground inferno that put the city's Fire Department to an extraordinary test. Too bad many of the firefighters who deserved the...
  • Kills may restore Patriot's reputation

    WASHINGTON - Twelve years after television broadcasts made it a wartime celebrity, the once-vaunted Patriot missile returned to the limelight yesterday to defend allied troops in the Kuwaiti desert and perhaps restore its shattered good name. Pentagon...