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  • Obama Meets Castro? Latin America Turning A Page

    Obama Meets Castro? Latin America Turning A Page
    Eduardo Galeano, one of Latin America's fieriest authors, died Monday at 74 after a long bout with lung cancer. But the Uruguayan writer, who did with prose what Ernesto "Che" Guevara did with a bandoleer and inspired rebels around the globe, had...
  • Notebook: Even on Opening Day, Orioles' roster carousel spins

    Notebook: Even on Opening Day, Orioles' roster carousel spins
    The Orioles' roster carousel spun before the first pitch of Opening Day and it's not expected to stop revolving any time soon, though Dan Duquette thinks it might slow down. "For the last 10 days we've had trade discussions with several teams," said...
  • Breathe Deep North Shore becomes regional lung cancer fight

    Breathe Deep North Shore becomes regional lung cancer fight
    The Lungevity Foundation and its annual Breathe Deep "run-walk" are both ideas with deep Deerfield roots that have spread across the country in just a few short years. The fourth annual Breathe Deep North Shore 5K will raise awareness of and money to...
  • Your money or your life: Many cancer patients face painful choice

    DALLAS Kim Harris approached the communion rail at Zion Lutheran Church with a vial of pills in his hand. The thin, dying man and the Rev. Robert Preece were alone in the sanctuary. They had met many times this way the 62-year-old cancer patient...
  • Late bluesman Muddy Waters at center of legal dispute in DuPage

    Late bluesman Muddy Waters at center of legal dispute in DuPage
    By the time he died in 1983, legendary musician Muddy Waters had gained acclaim for a pioneering style of electric blues he first played in clubs on Chicago's South and West sides in the 1940s and '50s. Over the decades, he entertained multitudes,...
  • Wild's Parise, Suter bound by shared highs and lows

    They'll forever be linked in Wild folklore because of the way they signed together. But during the most painful season of each of their careers, Zach Parise and Ryan Suter shared a common bond that made them even closer and thankful they had each other...
  • Wandering Eye: Fracking linked to rise in radon, shady shit in the insurance industry again, and more

    Wandering Eye: Fracking linked to rise in radon, shady shit in the insurance industry again, and more
    Documentation of the dangers of hydraulic fracturing for natural gas has been mounting, with fracking shown to cause earthquakes, and now, from a new study in "Environmental Health Perspectives," it's shown to coincide with a dramatic rise in indoor radon...
  • Renovations of BWI airport require 'unexpected' asbestos abatement

    Renovations of BWI airport require 'unexpected' asbestos abatement
    Ongoing renovations to better connect BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport's concourses have uncovered asbestos and mold, and airport officials expect more could be found in the future. The discovery of the materials has not presented a danger to fliers or...
  • Former editor, Delaware policy figure dies at 71

    Former longtime News Journal editor and Delaware policy figure John H. Taylor Jr. has died. Taylor's wife, Maria, said Monday that he died Saturday after battling lung cancer. He was 71. Taylor worked for the newspaper for 37 years as a reporter,...
  • One of 'Stinner's Stars' is holding a charity softball tournament to strike out ovarian cancer

    One of 'Stinner's Stars' is holding a charity softball tournament to strike out ovarian cancer
    Jennifer Glose played softball at Allen High School for Ed Stinner in the late 1980s, in an era when the Chicks were one of the best programs in the area and state. Like dozens of other players who played for Stinner at both Allen and Parkland, Glose is...
  • Correction: Uruguay-Obit-Eduardo Galeano story

    In a story April 13 about the death of Eduardo Galeano, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the author had three children with his third wife. Galeano's children were from his first two marriages. A corrected version of the story is below:...