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  • Elections too long, costly

    I have heard from a number of my friends that if the 2016 presidential ticket pit a Clinton against a Bush, then they plan to sit this one out. I don't blame them. I think many of us are suffering from Clinton-Bush fatigue. Do we really want another...
  • Briefs: Miami Beach youth receives award

    Briefs: Miami Beach youth receives award
    A Miami-grown hero Before he turned 5, Joshua Williams started working to change the world by feeding the hungry. He then founded Joshua’s Heart Foundation to collect donations and “stomp out world hunger.” Now 14, the Miami Beach...
  • North Korea, Iran and bitter lessons

    North Korea, Iran and bitter lessons
    What's North Korea done lately besides rage against Hollywood over the "The Interview"? Build more nuclear bombs. According to a recent Wall Street Journal report, Chinese nuclear experts have told some American counterparts that North Korea's nuclear...
  • Joel D. Fedder, lawyer and developer

    Joel D. Fedder, lawyer and developer
    Joel D. Fedder, a partner in the Baltimore law firm of Fedder and Garten and later a real estate developer, philanthropist and environmentalist, died of cancer April 18 at his home in Longboat Key, Fla. He was 83. The son of Morris Fedder, a lawyer,...
  • Cutting edge imagery for pets

    Cutting edge imagery for pets
    We read with interest Cheryl Lewis-Arnold's letter about veterinary imaging services in Maryland ("MRIs for pets aren't so novel," April 18). It is certainly true that imaging techniques have been used in veterinary practice for some time, and that...
  • The frivolous taking of life

    The frivolous taking of life
    You may have seen the startling bus and metro ads around town that warn, "What does JHU have that 98 percent of medical schools don't? Live animal labs." That's right. Johns Hopkins and the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Chattanooga...
  • Mexicans hold North Korean freighter over UN weapons sanctions

    TUXPAN, Mexico The cargo holds were empty and the 430-foot-long North Korean freighter Mu Du Bong was riding high in the water when the vessel slammed into a coral reef in Mexican waters in the Gulf of Mexico last July 14, thudding to a halt. The...
  • Spacecraft in last days before crashing into Mercury

    Spacecraft in last days before crashing into Mercury
    After orbiting Mercury for more than four years, NASA’s Messenger spacecraft has run out of propellant and is expected to crash into Mercury’s surface on April 30. As of Thursday Messenger was in orbit 5.1 miles above the surface of Mercury....
  • Happening Saturday: Freddie Gray protests

    Happening Saturday: Freddie Gray protests
    As you may have seen in our continuing coverage, the city has been filled with protests over the death of Freddie Gray, and today is no different. There are two separate protests, one that starts at the Western District police office at 1 p.m. Another ...
  • Johns Hopkins students oppose 'hypothetical' Chick-fil-A

    Johns Hopkins students oppose 'hypothetical' Chick-fil-A
    The Student Government Association of Johns Hopkins University has voted against having a Chick-fil-A on its campus. Not that anyone's planning to put one there.   The resolution, which was passed on Tuesday by a vote of 18-to-8, voiced the SGA's non-...
  • Hopkins research finds Twitter mood predicts success of IPOs

    Hopkins research finds Twitter mood predicts success of IPOs
    Wondering whether to take a chance and invest in a company that's about to go public? You might want to tune in to Twitter, researchers at the Johns Hopkins University say. The chatter on Twitter and other social media channels is already being mined to...