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  • Beau Biden, vice president's son, dies of brain cancer at 46

    Beau Biden, vice president's son, dies of brain cancer at 46
    He was the privileged son of a longtime U.S. senator and two-term vice president, yet Joseph R. "Beau" Biden III was no stranger to personal adversity. When he was only 3, just weeks after his father, Joe Biden, had been elected to the Senate, the...
  • Ex-con had help in slaying of rich family, authorities say

    Ex-con had help in slaying of rich family, authorities say
    Authorities revealed Friday that more than one person must have been responsible for the slayings of four people inside a Washington family's mansion last week. A fugitive task force arrested Daron Dylon Wint Thursday night, and took five people who...
  • Facing long odds, O'Malley enters race for president

    Facing long odds, O'Malley enters race for president
    Martin O'Malley, the former Baltimore mayor and Maryland governor who ushered in an era of tech-savvy management and a new brand of progressive politics during more than two decades in public office announced his long-expected campaign for president on...
  • Madonna and Young: Is Rick Santorum campaigning to be vice president?

    Madonna and Young: Is Rick Santorum campaigning to be vice president?
    It was quite a run. Since 1968, the Republican presidential nominee has been an incumbent president, incumbent vice president, a former vice president, son of a president or a runner-up in the previous presidential primary. Just being the previous...
  • Obama pursues Democrats on trade in test of his clout on Capitol Hill

    Obama pursues Democrats on trade in test of his clout on Capitol Hill
    As a proposal over a major trade deal reached a critical point in the Senate last week, lawmakers reported a rare occurrence: last-minute calls from President Obama. His calls ultimately helped ensure that the pact, a key item of his agenda, remained...
  • Once a dark art, opposition research comes out of the shadows for 2016 campaigns

    Once a dark art, opposition research comes out of the shadows for 2016 campaigns
    Joe Biden was not the only one who found himself in crisis when a videotape emerged during the 1988 presidential primary exposing him as a plagiarist. The political operatives who had secretly distributed footage of Sen. Biden passing off the words of a...
  • Longtime school benefactor meets with Obama, Biden

    Longtime school benefactor meets with Obama, Biden
    Some 80 years after graduating from school, Vivian Bailey has taken the field trip of a lifetime. The 97-year-old Columbia woman — a World War II veteran and retired federal employee who for more than a decade has been raising money for Howard...
  • Suspect in killings of wealthy DC family arrested

    Suspect in killings of wealthy DC family arrested
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Authorities in the nation's capital say more than one person is responsible for the slayings of four people inside a Washington mansion last week. A fugitive task force arrested Daron Dylon Wint, 34, on Thursday night, and took...
  • Our say: City police provide more security

    Our say: City police provide more security
    MAKING SURE – The Annapolis Police Department has made the parking lot of its headquarters available for those who need to meet face-to-face to finish transactions started online – for instance, on Craigslist. People will not need advance...
  • Joe Biden tries to buck up Iraqis, promises training and equipment

    Joe Biden tries to buck up Iraqis, promises training and equipment
    Vice President Joe Biden called Iraq's prime minister Monday to try to smooth over a rough exchange of words between the two governments following the fall of important cities to Islamic State militants in recent days. In his call with Prime Minister...
  • The thrill of a wide-open race for president

    The thrill of a wide-open race for president
    The 2016 presidential campaign is quickening, with candidates popping up like daffodils. If you're a political junkie, this will be one of those leap years you live for, when no incumbent president is up for re-election. If you're a concerned citizen,...