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  • AstraZeneca adding 300 jobs in Frederick in $200M expansion

    AstraZeneca adding 300 jobs in Frederick in $200M expansion
    British drugmaker AstraZeneca is doubling down on Maryland, spending $200 million to expand its Frederick manufacturing facility a year after shifting hundreds of out-of-state jobs to Montgomery County. Company officials said Friday that they are...
  • John Mannion, Chicago cop who became prosecutor and judge, dies at 77

     John Mannion, Chicago cop who became prosecutor and judge, dies at 77
    John J. Mannion spent 14 years as a Chicago police officer and homicide detective before going to work as a Cook County prosecutor and then taking the bench for more than two decades. Mr. Mannion worked his way through law school while a police...
  • 'The Strain' recap: The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat

    How tragic and heartbreaking it is to see a young Abraham Setrakian nearly track down his demonic adversary — the king of all vampires, the Master — only to realize he’s trapped underground in some godforsaken Albanian well, unable to...
  • Regrouped TV on the Radio hits road, plants new 'Seeds'

    Regrouped TV on the Radio hits road, plants new 'Seeds'
    The main attraction at a sold-out gig, TV on the Radio wasn't scheduled to perform until after 10 p.m. But at Pappy & Harriet's, the dusty little roadhouse off Route 62 near Joshua Tree, sound check is far from a private affair. So on a recent Friday...
  • Are wireless phones linked with brain cancer risk?

    Are wireless phones linked with brain cancer risk?
    (Reuters Health) - Swedes who talked on mobile or cordless phones for more than 25 years had triple the risk of a certain kind of brain cancer compared to those who used wireless phones for less than a year, a new study suggests. The odds of...
  • Philip M. Crane, key figure in conservative politics, dies at 84

    In the early years of his long congressional career, Philip M. Crane was a key figure in the fledgling conservative movement that became a standard of American politics. In the 1970s, the Illinois congressman's home outside Washington was the meeting...
  • Lehigh Valley health events include health expo, women's self-defense workshop

    Lehigh Valley health events include health expo, women's self-defense workshop
    COMMUNITY HEALTH EXPO 1 The Lehigh Valley Community Health Expo will be held noon-6 p.m. Saturday at the America on Wheels Museum, 5 N. Front St., Allentown. Health-care organizations, nonprofits and community organizations will educate, demonstrate...
  • Longtime congressman Philip Crane dies at 84

    Longtime congressman Philip Crane dies at 84
    In the early years of his decadeslong congressional career, Philip Crane was a key figure in the fledgling conservative movement that became a standard of American politics. In the 1970s, the Illinois congressman's home in McLean, Va., was the meeting...
  • Former Illinois congressman Phil Crane dies

    Former Illinois congressman Phil Crane dies
    Longtime Illinois Congressman Philip Crane, a northwest suburban Republican who championed conservative principles and once ran for president, died Saturday in Maryland, according to family. Crane, who suffered from congestive heart failure and lung...
  • Berkeley's soda tax a sweet victory

    Three years ago, Richmond City Councilman Jeff Ritterman became aware that about a third of his city's fifth- and seventh- graders were obese, and that the numbers were getting worse. A retired cardiologist who got into politics to improve public...
  • Lawsuit: Calvary Chapel's Chuck Smith denied medical help on his deathbed

    Lawsuit: Calvary Chapel's Chuck Smith denied medical help on his deathbed
    A daughter and the widow of Chuck Smith -- the founder of the worldwide Calvary Chapel movement -- have sued his former church, alleging a conspiracy to commandeer Smith's ministry and deny him emergency medical attention on his deathbed. Smith died...