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  • Emily Rody, lawyer

     Emily Rody, lawyer
    Emily Rody, a lawyer who was called "an unsung hero of the civil rights and women's movement" during a time when few women went to law school, died June 29 at her Baltimore home of a stroke. She was 86.
  • U.S. girls, women's soccer thriving — but pro team owner says media lagging

     U.S. girls, women's soccer thriving — but pro team owner says media lagging
    As the U.S. women's national soccer team tries Sunday to claim its first World Cup since 1999, the sport itself appears to be in great shape. More girls and women than ever are participating at the high school and college levels, and the best even have...

    In Athens district where the view is leftist, the word is 'no'

    In Athens district where the view is leftist, the word is 'no'
    Radical ideas get passed around at the O Tseligkas cafe as easily as the plates of ruby-red tomatoes and wine-dark olives. White-haired leftists and tattooed rabble-rousers — sometimes one and the same — plot revolution, a better world or both...

    10 things you might not know about patriots

    10 things you might not know about patriots
    These are tough times for patriotism. In March, a Georgia man who described himself as a "patriot" was charged with planting a bomb in the hope that Muslims would be blamed. And what NFL team has the worst reputation for cheating? The Patriots. As we mark...

    Mayo: Florida adding hurdles for women to get abortions

    Mayo: Florida adding hurdles for women to get abortions
    That was quick. The day before a new Florida law requiring a 24-hour waiting period for women seeking abortions took effect, a judge issued an injunction temporarily blocking the measure. A second judge renewed the injunction after the law was briefly...