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  • NSA scandals caused rift with U.S. allies

    NSA scandals caused rift with U.S. allies
    No single issue has caused greater damage to the trust between the United States and its allies than the sweeping revelations of the National Security Agency's global surveillance programs. This story continues to fuel the perception that we no longer...
  • Rhino horse, a 'missing link,' could solve 55-million-year-old mystery

    Rhino horse, a 'missing link,' could solve 55-million-year-old mystery
    A portly hoofed animal about the size of a wild pig just might help solve a 55-million-year-old mystery of evolution and continental drift. The mammal, which likely weighed 45 to 75 pounds, probably occupied a branch of the evolutionary tree right...
  • McCarthy leads six Moravian football players on all-Centennial Conference teams

    McCarthy leads six Moravian football players on all-Centennial Conference teams
      Moravian placed six players on the 2014 Centennial All-Conference football teams with junior defensive back and Liberty High grad Jimmy McCarthy leading the way with a spot on the All-Conference First Team. Junior defensive back and fellow Liberty...
  • Ebola and the ethics of nursing

    Ebola and the ethics of nursing
    Nurses from West Africa to California have gone on strike to make their concerns about the Ebola crisis known. But what are the ethical considerations that come into play when nurses take such actions while their patients may be dying? Fundamentally,...
  • Dorothy Panowitz, Hopkins administrator

    Dorothy Panowitz, Hopkins administrator
    Dorothy Taylor Panowitz, a retired Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health administrator, died of a cerebral hemorrhage Friday at Franklin Square Medical Center. The Parkville resident was 91. Born Dorothy Patricia Taylor in Baltimore, she...
  • Caution: Calories ahead

    Caution: Calories ahead
    As you survey the feast before you on Thanksgiving, there's one more thing to be thankful for: There's no calorie count to ruin the meal. You have no idea how many calories are packed into the turkey, cornbread stuffing, garlic mashed potatoes and...
  • Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recovering after heart procedure

    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recovering after heart procedure
    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who vowed this year to stay on the Supreme Court as long as she could go “full steam,” announced Wednesday she had undergone a “coronary catheterization procedure” to have a stent put in her right...
  • Food production campus aims to help entrepreneurs get started

    Food production campus aims to help entrepreneurs get started
    A Baltimore-based nonprofit is preparing to build a commercial kitchen on a blighted tract in East Baltimore, the first step in the creation of a $16 million food production campus. American Communities Trust plans to use a 31/2-acre parcel at Gay and...
  • Who stole Thomas Dolby's bicycle?

    Who stole Thomas Dolby's bicycle?
    Remember how excited we were when British musician Thomas Dolby moved to Baltimore? Well, it seems Charm City hasn't been so charming to the creator of "She Blinded Me with Science." Dolby posted to Facebook and YouTube that his bike was stolen last...
  • Federal spending in Md. falls by $1.2 billion, new report finds

    Federal spending in Md. falls by $1.2 billion, new report finds
    Federal spending in Maryland fell by nearly $1.2 billion last year, a nonpartisan research group reported Tuesday — the latest sign that congressional belt-tightening is having an impact in a state long buoyed by the federal checkbook. The...
  • Interim state health secretary named

    Interim state health secretary named
    Dr. Laura Herrera Scott, the deputy secretary for public health at the state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, will step temporarily into the secretary's job once Dr. Joshua Sharfstein leaves office this month, according to an email Sharfstein sent...