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  • As healthcare law rolls out, its effects will depend on your state

    WASHINGTON — Colorado residents shopping for health insurance next year will be able to compare health plans using a star system that ranks insurance companies on quality. In Oregon and Maryland, consumers will save as much as 30% on some plans...
  • Flights resume at BWI after lightning strike shuts down airport

    Flights resume at BWI after lightning strike shuts down airport
    Lightning struck Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport's air traffic control tower, injuring one person and shutting down the airport for nearly three hours Thursday afternoon, delaying or stranding thousands of travelers. A...
  • Blast announces 2013-14 schedule; home opener set for Nov. 23

    Blast announces 2013-14 schedule; home opener set for Nov. 23
    The defending Major Indoor Soccer League champion Baltimore Blast will open its 2013-14 season on the road against the Rochester Lancers on Saturday, Nov. 16 before taking on the Milwaukee Wave in its home opener on Saturday, Nov. 23. The Blast will...
  • Martyl Langsdorf dies at 96; artist created Doomsday Clock image

    Martyl Langsdorf dies at 96; artist created Doomsday Clock image
    Martyl Langsdorf, the artist who created the widely known Doomsday Clock for the first cover of the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, died March 26 at a rehabilitation facility near her home in suburban Chicago of complications from a lung infection. She was...
  • Genomes provide clues for treating leukemia, endometrial cancers

    Genomes provide clues for treating leukemia, endometrial cancers
    Efforts to sequence the human genome have revealed genetic risk for disease, and taught us about our early ancestors. Now, efforts to sequence the genomes of cancer cells -- to pinpoint the changes that occur in cancer cells' DNA when a person has the...
  • Shulamith Firestone dies at 67: wrote feminist classic 'The Dialectic of Sex'

    Shulamith Firestone, whose 1970 book "The Dialectic of Sex" became a feminist classic with its calls for a drastic rethinking of women's roles in the bearing and raising of children, was found dead Tuesday in her New York City apartment. She was 67. A...
  • Six Flags unveils new attractions for every park in 2013

    Six Flags unveils new attractions for every park in 2013
    Six Flags unveiled its 2013 lineup of new roller coasters, thrill rides, water slides and live shows at the amusement park chain's 13 locations. > Photos: New attractions coming to Six Flags parks in 2013 Six Flags' 2013 attractions include three...
  • PASSINGS: Lee Dorman

    Lee Dorman, 70, the bassist for the psychedelic rock band Iron Butterfly, was found dead Friday morning in a vehicle, said Gail Krause, an Orange County Sheriff's Department spokeswoman. A coroner's investigation is under way, but foul play is not...
  • ‘The Big Bang Theory’ has biggest bang in ratings

     
    Univision's 25th anniversary edition of its Lo Nuestro Latin Music Awards ranked No. 11 with 66,500 viewers. The big winners were Prince Royce, who collected six awards, and the late Jenni Rivera, who received five. Her children accepted the awards....
  • Long Island Medium Season 4 returns May 2013

     
    Fans of Long Island Medium Theresa Caputo will need to wait a few more months for new episodes, as Long Island Medium Season 4 returns on TLC in May 2013. Although it seems – FOREVER – since the hit medium and her lovable family have graced...
  • Dorner manhunt: Setting fire to cabin justified, some experts say

     
    Several experts said they believe that deputies' actions that set off the fire that ended the Christopher Dorner cabin standoff appear to be justified. "I don't understand what the big deal is," said Geoffery Alpert, a professor at the University......