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Freedom of the Press

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  • Sideline Chatter: One Lego at a time

    Sideline Chatter: Brace yourself, America, for a sudden shortage of green Lego bricks. A master builder used 28,000 Legos to create a replica of Fenway Park complete with the Green Monster, Pesky Pole and 800 fans in the stands that measures 12 square...
  • Carroll County's Frazier discusses prayer, freedom of speech

    Carroll County's Frazier discusses prayer, freedom of speech
    Amid a storm over prayer at government meetings, Carroll County Commissioner Robin Frazier leaned back in a carved wooden rocking chair in the Taneytown public library and quietly gave voice to her fears about the direction of the country. What happened...
  • Hunter lifts Tigers past Orioles

    DETROIT The Detroit Tigers remain the only unbeaten team in baseball, although their latest victory came after the bullpen surrendered five runs in the ninth inning. Torii Hunter drove in five runs and the bottom of lineup combined for six hits and...
  • Battling dementia on 86th birthday, Gordie Howe still not one to sit around

    DETROIT The fishing trips always bring out that smile his sons love and cherish. Gordie Howe never was one to sit around, and that hasn't changed even as dementia roils his health. He turned 86 on Monday, an event that will appropriately be celebrated in...
  • Preview: Jets at Maple Leafs

    Already facing a tough road in their bid to reach the postseason, the Toronto Maple Leafs absorbed a big blow upon learning that starting goaltender Jonathan Bernier will be out at least three weeks with a sprained MCL in his left knee. The injury will...
  • Miami woman arrested in connection with animal torture video

    MIAMI A Miami woman took fetish pornography to a disturbing extreme, police say repeatedly decapitating live chickens and killing rabbits while engaging in sex acts during the filming of an animal torture video. Sara Zamora, 28, was arrested Friday on...
  • Lifting a lid on campaign contributions

    Lifting a lid on campaign contributions
    The U.S. Supreme Court decision killing limits on total donations to political candidates means billionaires will be running amok. Casino magnate Sheldon Adelson can lay out astronomical sums to help Republicans. Oilmen Charles and David Koch can see...
  • Drew Sharp: On, Wisconsin! � if only to save Big Ten's reputation

    Can Wisconsin spare the Big Ten additional national embarrassment? Jim Delany must be crossing his fingers. Basketball has been the Big Ten commissioner's salvation, at least partially dressing the wounds inflicted from the conference's horrendous...
  • Pistons rally past Celtics

    AUBURN HILLS, Mich. The Detroit Pistons' second unit spearhead a fourth-quarter rally for a 115-111 victory over the Boston Celtics before a lively crowd announced at 19,558 at the Palace on Saturday night. Boston and Detroit, once proud franchises...
  • Sideline Chatter: Coach Cal's geopolitics

    Sideline: The NCAA has John Calipari seeing reds. College sports' ruling body had best bone up on 20th-century history, the Kentucky basketball coach says, and it's all in his new book, "Players First: Coaching From the Inside Out." "The situation...
  • Journalist killed, one wounded by Afghan policeman

    Journalist killed, one wounded by Afghan policeman
    A veteran Associated Press photographer who had covered wars around the world was shot dead and another reporter was wounded on Friday when an Afghan policeman opened fire on them in eastern Afghanistan, the news agency said. The attack took place on...