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  • Mitch Edelman: Costly lawsuit could easily be avoided

    The very first words of the Bill of Rights are, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion." President Jefferson wrote that the First Amendment creates a "wall of separation between church and state." The Supreme Court made...
  • Get to know the Hampstead Town Council candidates

    Marlene M. Duff (incumbent) Website: Contact via Hampstead@carr.org Date of Birth: April 16, 1951 Marital Status: Married Children/Ages: Three, ages 25, 23, 20 Profession: Administrative Support Years Experience: 44 Current Employment: Data Entry...
  • Walter Pincus: Congress looks at sexual assaults in military

    The Joint Chiefs of Staff are preparing for a battle on Capitol Hill, but they'll be playing defense. The growing crisis of military sexual assaults and the failure to deal seriously with the issue over the past decade are going to lead to legislation...
  • Tom Zirpoli: Learn from lessons of past wars

    We never learn. Some American politicians just can't wait to get the United States into another war. Republicans are lining up to pressure President Barack Obama into taking some form of military intervention in Syria's two-year old civil war. They...
  • Ruppersberger must decide whether to run

    Dutch Ruppersberger has a major decision to make. Will the former Baltimore County Executive, who represents much of this area in Congress, run for governor? It won't be an easy call for the five-term Democrat. Ruppersberger has broad name recognition...
  • Margaret Carlson: IRS scandal touches public nerve

    Republicans in Congress are so hungry for scalps, they just can't leave well enough alone. The scandal engulfing the Internal Revenue Service is a story that's playing to their benefit. Monday, after having the weekend to think about it, Sen. Marco...
  • Editorial: Federal shield law needed

    As startling as the abuse of power was when the Justice Department issued a sweeping subpoena to obtain two months of phone records from the Associated Press, the action has spawned renewed interest in passing a federal shield law that protects...
  • Bongino to run for Congress, not governor

    Severna Park Republican Dan Bongino will not run for governor in 2014. Instead, he'll pursue a seat in Congress. The former Secret Service agent told a convention of Young Maryland Republicans in Rockville on Saturday he'll pursue the 6th District seat...
  • Editorial: Tax bill a matter of fairness

    With the Senate passing a measure to allow states to collect sales taxes on Internet purchases, House members should act in equally bipartisan fashion to approve the measure and send it to President Barack Obama for his signature. Brick-and-mortar...
  • Dean Minnich: Pollution in the information flow

    To those who are distressed that the county commissioners changed course and decided that maintaining a viable local airport is a tool for business growth, take heart: If I read the news correctly, the money that would have come to the county may go...
  • Tom Zirpoli: Once targeted, press finally wakes up

    Stop the presses. The government is looking at reporters' phone records. The Associated Press and everyone else in the media are upset because the Justice Department, under pressure from Congress to identify a leaker about an undercover terrorist...
  • Tom Zirpoli: Values place second to bottom line

    There have been at least 3,852 men, women and children killed by guns in the United States since December 14, 2012, when school children were slaughtered at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown. Interestingly, there is more outrage from Republicans in...
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  • Planet Hollywood unveils redesign for Disney Springs

    Planet Hollywood is transforming its iconic globe at Downtown Disney into what the company is calling a turn-of-the-20th-century observatory.
  • How Accurate Are Zillow's 'Zestimates'?

    When "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell asked the CEO of Zillow recently about the accuracy of the website's automated property value estimates -- known as Zestimates -- she touched on one of the most sensitive perception gaps in American real...

    Robert Earl Keen Bringing Bluegrass Band To Infinity Hall

    Robert Earl Keen Bringing Bluegrass Band To  Infinity Hall
    Thirty years into his career, Texas singer-songwriter Robert Earl Keen decided it was time to revisit his roots. For "Happy Prisoner," his new album, Keen assembled a crackshot bluegrass band and recorded 15 standards of the genre, including "Long Black...

    Child-porn suspect admits to making, collecting illegal images for years, deputies say

    Child-porn suspect admits to making, collecting illegal images for years, deputies say
    A 50-year-old Ocala-area man is being held on more than $400,000 bond after his arrest Tuesday on child-porn and drug charges. Robert Earl Toole of Silver Springs showed investigators his collection of child pornography, saying it took years to gather,...

    Restaurant vet Robert Earl finds second career in TV

    Restaurant vet Robert Earl finds second career in TV
    Shooting a scene at Orlando's East End Market for his Cooking Channel show, Robert Earl scouted "farm-to-table" restaurants, gushed over young chefs and talked about how he can use the latest trends for both his show and business ventures. "I'm seeing...