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  • Christie says he would testify if called in bridge trial

    FLOWOOD, Miss. — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he would have no problem testifying in a trial of former allies who face criminal charges for their alleged roles in politically motivated traffic jams that caused long delays in 2013 over the...
  • Chris Christie Can't Get Over Bridge Problem

    Chris Christie Can't Get Over Bridge Problem
    Bridgegate just won't leave Chris Christie alone. Friday's indictments of two top aides to the New Jersey governor and the guilty plea of another of his close confidantes over politically motivated lane closures on the George Washington Bridge in fall...
  • In Theory: Will there ever be an atheist president?

    Author Gary Scott Smith writes in the Washington Post that it's unlikely that an atheist could ever be elected president. Smith asks, "So could atheists have their JFK moment soon?" in reference to President John F. Kennedy's Catholic faith and the...
  • Autry exhibit explores the West's influence on the Civil War

    Autry exhibit explores the West's influence on the Civil War
    Historians and Civil War buffs have long considered the conflict’s activity in the western states as a distant sideshow to the momentous battles in the East. A new exhibition at the Autry National Center goes a long way in bringing the 19th-...
  • N.J. governor's ally pleads guilty in Bridgegate scandal

    N.J. governor's ally pleads guilty in Bridgegate scandal
    NEWARK, N.J. - A former ally of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to conspiracy in the George Washington Bridge lane closure scandal, admitting the closures were retribution against a local mayor for failing to...
  • Sanctions movement against Israel violates international law

    Sanctions movement against Israel violates international law
    Commentator Yousef Munayyer does a grave disservice to Israelis and Palestinians alike by depicting the Boycott, Divest and Sanctions movement as an effort to force Israeli compliance with international human rights laws ("Cardin, don't tie U.S. hands for...
  • Announcements: Maryland Five-O Cycling Inc. fundraiser, Land Preservation Foundation meeting, Anne Arundel County Public Library bilingual storytime, Caritas Society gala, ROWC, Retired Officers' Wives' Club, 'Chartered Course' oratorio, Planet walk, plant sales,

    Fundraiser A fundraiser for Maryland Five-O Cycling Inc. will be held from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. April 28 at Heroes Pub, 1 Riverview Ave. Mention Maryland Five-O Cycling when ordering at lunch, happy hour or dinner and 20 percent of purchases will be...
  • Health exchange relies on non-competitive bidding to fix website

    Health exchange relies on non-competitive bidding to fix website
    As the state struggled under the national spotlight to fix its deeply flawed online health insurance marketplace last year, officials awarded more than $84 million in contracts without competition, about a third of the money spent on the troubled website....
  • AACC president: Unions 'instill fear' and would end up costing students

    AACC president: Unions 'instill fear' and would end up costing students
    While some adjuncts at Anne Arundel Community College have had a burgeoning interest in unionizing, the president isn't likely to support unions any time soon. In an interview with the Capital Gazette editorial board, college President Dawn Lindsay...
  • Every president fails the religion litmus test

    Every president fails the religion litmus test
    Barack Obama is a Muslim. Thomas Jefferson was an atheist. James Madison was an infidel. George Washington was an indifferent Christian. John Adams was -- gasp! -- a Presbyterian. Turns out just about every American President failed the religion...
  • Charles Lane: Christie's Social Security proposal has merit

    Charles Lane: Christie's Social Security proposal has merit
    Don Quixote tilted at windmills. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie seems bent on running for president, even after his reputation took a whack over that traffic jam on the George Washington Bridge. Even more improbably, he wants to campaign on a sweeping...