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  • The facts don't support O'Malley's claim to a 'victory lap'

    Dan Rodricks reports that Gov. Martin O'Malley is taking a victory lap after touting his great accomplishments as governor at the MACO convention held recently in Ocean City ("Martin O'Malley starts to take his victory lap," Aug. 20). The governor...
  • California leads U.S. in science and engineering employment

    California leads U.S. in science and engineering employment
    California leads U.S. states in science and engineering employment, according to a new report from researchers at the National Science Foundation. In 2011, the state employed 786,653 people in science and engineering jobs — nearly 14% of the 5.7...
  • Maryland seeks out uninsured to inform about health reform

    Maryland seeks out uninsured to inform about health reform
    As Maryland health officials prepare for nationwide health reform, the goal is clear: enrolling the state's estimated 800,000 uninsured residents. But finding them is a challenge. There is no master list or map of the uninsured, who make up 14 percent...
  • PASSINGS: Frank Tripucka, Reiko Douglas, A.C. Crispin, Rep. E. Clay Shaw

    PASSINGS: Frank Tripucka, Reiko Douglas, A.C. Crispin, Rep. E. Clay Shaw
    Frank Tripucka Broncos quarterback in first AFL season Frank Tripucka, 85, who quarterbacked the Denver Broncos in their inaugural AFL season and later allowed his No. 18 to be unretired so Peyton Manning could wear it, died Thursday in Woodland Park,...
  • The Nation Gets A 'D' On Its Report Card For Middle-Class Incomes

    The Nation Gets A 'D' On Its Report Card For Middle-Class Incomes
    How do you feel about your buying power over these past few years since the recession supposedly ended? Barely treading water? You're not alone. Median household income for the nation was flat when adjusted for inflation, at $51,017 last year compared...
  • Back of the Yards no man's land for police, politicians

    Back of the Yards no man's land for police, politicians
    Just a few weeks ago, Chicago police brass, prosecutors and federal authorities summoned gang members to Gage Park to deliver a message: If the violence continued, law enforcement would be targeting the gang responsible. The meeting on the Southwest...
  • Arts Index report sees hope despite fourth straight drop in 2011

    Arts Index report sees hope despite fourth straight drop in 2011
    This post has been corrected. Please see below for details. The health of the arts in the United States worsened for a fourth straight year during 2011, according to the latest National Arts Index report, released this week by the advocacy group...
  • Geezer zombies, coming to a reality near you

    "Geezer Zombies Devouring the Young" should be the biggest Hollywood hit of all time. What? You haven't seen it? Oh, well, too bad. It is a generational horror flick, with hordes of predatory geezers, aged 45 on up, running amok. In this picture,...
  • Carmel: a sweet West Coast getaway

    Carmel: a sweet West Coast getaway
    Carmel is a great spot to get away from it all. It's the perfect place to show how sweet and charming you are, whether it's a wedding, proposal, romantic hideaway or girlfriend getaway. A small but active and artistic area, you will find plenty of...
  • Supreme conflicts

    Like most families, my brood is a complex configuration of souls, so I greeted this week's flurry of Supreme Court decisions with a conflicted heart. This is true for most anyone who paid attention to the court rulings, I imagine. This latest round...
  • Big state arts funding bill falters, so backers lower the ante

    A bill in Sacramento that would have decisively erased California’s longstanding dubious distinction as the stingiest state in the nation for arts-grant funding has failed for now. Some backers hope it might be revived next year. The bill would...