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Takoma Park (Montgomery, Maryland)

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  • Tom Braden dies at 92; former CIA operative became columnist and talk show co-host

    Tom Braden dies at 92; former CIA operative became columnist and talk show co-host
    Tom Braden, a former CIA operative who became a syndicated newspaper columnist, liberal co-host of the CNN talk show "Crossfire" and author of "Eight Is Enough," a 1975 memoir that spawned the popular television series, died of natural causes Friday at...
  • Nicholas Maw, British composer, dies at 73

    Nicholas Maw, a British composer who bucked the fads of modern classical music to return to more traditional melody and who brought William Styron's wrenching novel "Sophie's Choice" to the opera stage, has died. He was 73. Maw died Tuesday at his home...
  • Record-Setting Kidney Swap Saves Lives

    Record-Setting Kidney Swap Saves Lives
    WASHINGTON - Twenty-six operations put healthy kidneys into 13 desperately ill people: Doctors in the nation's capital just performed a record-setting kidney swap, part of a pioneering effort to expand transplants to patients who too often never qualify....
  • Officials: At Least One Dead After Trains Collide, Near D.C.

    Officials: At Least One Dead After Trains Collide, Near D.C.
    According to Metro Officials, a Metro Red Line has derailed and slammed into another train between the Takoma Park and Fort Totten station near the Washington, D.C. and Maryland border, during rush hour. The six-car train was reportedly heading toward...
  • Record-setting singer/songwriter Eric Hutchinson

    Eric Hutchinson's self-released debut album, Sounds Like This. The CD, showcases the young singer-songwriter's unique brand of soul. It was #1 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart in September 2007. The song "Oh!" was penned during a dismal period of his...
  • St. Joseph, two others, had highest stent rates

    Three hospitals have consistently outpaced all others in Maryland in the use of stents to treat heart patients, according to data obtained by The Baltimore Sun, raising questions as state regulators examine whether the expensive procedure is performed...
  • Hey, great-looking grab bar!

    Hey, great-looking grab bar!
    IN this youth-obsessed culture, looking to the AARP crowd for style cues is a highly subversive act. But a growing number of companies directed to the needs of seniors are fomenting just such rebellion, insisting that home design doesn't stop at...