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  • Pope’s resignation: How big a surprise was ‘incredibly brave decision’?

     
    Pope Benedict XVI's decision to resign stunned the world Monday morning. The shock was reflected on morning programs.  Father John Wauck from Rome told ABC's “Good Morning America” that the pope's decision was “a great surprise for the...
  • 'The Exorcist' author petitions Georgetown University to be more Catholic

     
    The Academy Award-winning author of "The Exorcist," William Peter Blatty, has petitioned his alma mater, Georgetown, to be more Catholic....
  • Lehigh's 2013 football schedule: Lots of trips to NY and NJ

     
    Lehigh released its 2013 football schedule on Tuesday morning and if Mountain Hawks fans like trips to New York and New Jersey, they're going to love this schedule. Lehigh will play five home games, including the 149th meeting against Lafayette on Nov....
  • Cardinal Mahony rebuked as more 'brutal' priest abuse files released

     
    The Los Angeles Archdiocese released tens of thousands of pages of previously secret personnel files for 122 priests accused of molesting children and took the extraordinary step of publicly censuring Cardinal Roger M. Mahony for mishandling the...
  • Which No. 11 seed is favored over a No. 6 seed in the NCAA tourney?

     
    The brackets have been released, and everyone's looking at the odds and the angles. Here's how the Vegas oddsmakers see the first round of the tournament and other odds, courtesy of RJ Bell of Pregame.com: Only TWO lower seeds favored: (11) Minnesota -3...
  • Church abuse: Action against Cardinal Mahony 'extraordinary'

     
    Los Angeles Archbishop Jose Gomez's decision to stop having Cardinal Roger Mahony perform any public church duties was seen by some experts as unparalleled. “This is very unusual and shows really how seriously they’re taking this," said the...
  • Toyota to Build First Lexus in the U.S.

     
    Toyota launched its Lexus division in September 1989 with two 1990 models at opposite ends of the spectrum: the LS 400, a rear-drive V-8 flagship, and the ES 250, a front-drive cousin to the plebian Camry. In their first month,......
  • The Valley Line: LCF Rose Parade 'Floaters' gather for happy hour

    The Valley Line: LCF Rose Parade 'Floaters' gather for happy hour
    Oh my, Mother Nature is stirring the pot a wee bit too vigorously. Oppressive heat and melting humidity have been the ingredients for her bubbling summer stew. My antique air conditioner just can't keep up and I'm wilting. How about you? A couple of...
  • Sailing: A new challenge for friends

    Sailing: A new challenge for friends
    Back in the day, a little more than a decade ago, Charlie Buckingham could be found at the Newport Yacht Club. It was like a second home, more of a playground actually. He was among several aspiring sailors back then. He could be described as "aspiring,...
  • Mr. Wilkins goes to the Senate

    Mr. Wilkins goes to the Senate
    It was 21 years ago last month that Harvard-educated attorney Robert Wilkins was traveling in a car pulled over for going 5 mph over the posted speed limit on Interstate 68 in Western Maryland. But rather than receive a ticket, the group, all African-...
  • Man dies in Elkridge motorcycle crash

    A motorcyclist was killed in Elkridge Tuesday after colliding with a truck on Route 1. At 12:02 p.m., the motorcycle was coming over the crest of a hill on Route 1 northbound when it collided with a truck making a left-hand turn out of the southbound lane...