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  • Obama drove deal that could end years of acrimony over Iran's nuclear program

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama scored a decisive win on Thursday with an agreement he says will prevent Iran from ever obtaining a nuclear weapon. Obama took a risk on pursuing talks with a regime that for three decades has denounced America as "The...
  • 'Lefty' Kreh recounts nearly 70 years of fishing for dorado, tarpon and one pterodactyl

    'Lefty' Kreh recounts nearly 70 years of fishing for dorado, tarpon and one pterodactyl
    There are few anglers more revered than Frederick native Bernard "Lefty" Kreh. Kreh, who turned 90 last month, has fished for nearly 70 years with everyone from Ted Williams to Fidel Castro, and from President Jimmy Carter to Ernest Hemingway. Enshrined...
  • Disastrous Iran deal may prove fatal to Israel

    Disastrous Iran deal may prove fatal to Israel
    In 1982, during one of many visits to Israel, I had the opportunity to speak with Prime Minister Menachem Begin, who told me, "Israel needs friends." He added that in the end, his nation could not trust any nation with its fate and security. The...
  • Obama slows US troop pullout from Afghanistan

    WASHINGTON The U.S. will maintain 9,800 troops in Afghanistan through the end of the year as President Barack Obama agreed Tuesday to slow the pace of withdrawal and give the war-torn country more time to secure itself. Obama, who had hoped to bring...
  • Carter: Troop data in online kill list was not stolen

    The names, photos and addresses of 100 U.S. military members posted online by a group calling itself the Islamic State Hacking Division were not stolen from confidential government files, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Monday. During a news conference...
  • US, Afghan leaders lay groundwork for postwar relations

    In a show of unity, U.S. and Afghan officials laid the groundwork for new relations between the two countries on Monday, including plans to seek American funding to maintain an Afghan security force of 352,000 and long-term counterterrorism efforts....
  • Cozy Country Inn near Camp David closing; likely to be razed

    A hotel known among Washington journalists for its proximity to Camp David is closing its doors. Cozy Country Inn owner Jerry Freeze told The Frederick News-Post (http://bit.ly/1G6Xaim ) Monday that both the hotel and the neighboring restaurant are...
  • Liberals are in denial over Israel's election results

    Liberals are in denial over Israel's election results
    Your editorial on the outcome of the Israeli election was laughable, but that is what I expected from a liberal newspaper ("Bibi's costly victory," March 18). The liberal media were contemplating a defeat for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu,...
  • White House fence jumper pleads guilty to two charges

    White House fence jumper pleads guilty to two charges
    A knife-carrying Army veteran who scaled a White House fence and dashed into the executive mansion before being caught pleaded guilty Friday in connection with the case. Omar Gonzalez pleaded guilty to entering or remaining in a restricted building or...
  • Even a beleaguered president loves the perks of office

    With President Barack Obama giddily professing his love for Meryl Streep as he fastened the Presidential Medal of Freedom around the famous actress's neck, we wondered what other perks of office this president enjoys. The news has been so wretched...
  • At Big Hunting Creek, a presidential past and a troublesome present

    At Big Hunting Creek, a presidential past and a troublesome present
    These days, some parts of Big Hunting Creek do not seem nearly so presidential. Its banks torn apart by years of erosion, the roaring stream has become, for some Thurmont citizens, a noisy, unwanted neighbor. “It sounds like a freight train,”...