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  • State of the Union: Guests invited to make a point

    State of the Union: Guests invited to make a point
    WASHINGTON – Two Boston bombing survivors and Jason Collins, a 12-year NBA player who came out as gay last year, will sit among the White House’s guests at Tuesday’s State of the Union speech. Accompanying First Lady Michelle Obama, they...
  • Pesticide use reporting laws haven't worked in other states [Letter]

    Pesticide use reporting laws haven't worked in other states [Letter]
    Unfortunately, your recent support for requiring Maryland's professional applicators to report pesticide use to a state database left readers with the impression that other states have easily implemented such requirements ("Understanding pesticide risk,"...
  • Disney Chief Bob Iger, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Set 11 AM ET News Conference

    Disney chief Bob Iger and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo are set to speak at an 11 a.m. ET news conference today at "Good Morning America's" Times Square Studio. Disney would not reveal specifics about the news conference. The Wall Street Journal reported...
  • Production Incentives, Not Politics, Drove Disney's Marvel-NYC Deal

    It's tempting to view Wednesday's announcement that Disney will film its four Marvel series projects for Netflix in Gotham as a bit of pre-campaign campaigning on the part of Mouse House chief Bob Iger. After all, there's been plenty of media speculation...
  • 'Hobbit' hot in China. MPAA tries to work other side of aisle.

    'Hobbit' hot in China. MPAA tries to work other side of aisle.
    After the coffee. Before asking Madonna for an invite to her Oscar party. The Skinny: "The Americans" lived up to my expectations and we all know how picky I am. Also good to have "Modern Family" back. I got through ABC's "Mixology," but after the first...
  • Film Czar Ken Ziffren: L.A. Is In A 'Bad Spiral' Of Loss Of Movie, TV Production

    Ken Ziffren, newly appointed "film czar" for Los Angeles, told reporters on Thursday that a recently released report from the Milken Institute shows that the city is in a "bad spiral" when it comes to the loss of film and TV production and jobs. The...
  • Kerry Kennedy not guilty in misdemeanor drugged driving case

    It took a suburban New York jury less than two hours Friday to acquit human rights activist Kerry Kennedy of a misdemeanor charge of drugged driving after she accidentally took a sleeping pill instead of her thyroid medicine. Kennedy, the former wife of...
  • Maryland Democrats don't pick O'Malley for White House

    Maryland Democrats don't pick O'Malley for White House
    Gov. Martin O'Malley may have his eye on running for the White House, but a new Baltimore Sun poll suggests he could have a tough time winning the Democratic primary election in his own state. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton outpolled O'Malley...
  • New York train derailment: Survivors recount ordeal; 4 confirmed dead

    NEW YORK -- At least four people died and 63 were injured, some of them critically, after seven cars of a passenger train flew off the tracks in New York City on its way into Grand Central Terminal, authorities said. Police boats were scouring the...
  • Chris Christie: In Sandy anniversary, seeds of 2016 presidential bid?

    Chris Christie: In Sandy anniversary, seeds of 2016 presidential bid?
    No politician would admit to wanting disaster to strike. But, quite apart from the pain it inflicts, disasters can be a boon to a political leader. It was true in 1994, when California Gov. Pete Wilson’s response to the Northridge earthquake...
  • Superstorm Sandy: Recovery, stuggles continue one year later

    Ellis Island, which greeted millions of immigrants to the United States, reopened its museum doors on Monday, a year after the aptly named Superstorm Sandy tore through much of the eastern half of the United States, killing scores of people and destroying...