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  • NASA's 'flying saucer' test project deemed a success

    NASA's 'flying saucer' test project deemed a success
    Scientists and engineers convened at La Cañada’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory Friday to share findings of a recent test project that could help NASA deposit bigger, heavier payloads and spacecraft on the Martian surface. The Low-Density Supersonic...
  • Walgreens to open more health clinics in Texas

    Walgreens to open more health clinics in Texas
    Walgreen Co. said Wednesday it will expand its retail health clinics into the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area, part of a nationwide push to extend its health care offerings. Walgreen has expanded the clinics into stores in five new states over the past...
  • Annapolis, Baltimore lead nation for rise in flooding events

    Annapolis, Baltimore lead nation for rise in flooding events
    Tuesday's flooding may have been extreme, but it wasn't unfamiliar for much of the region. The low spots are well known: Compromise and Dock streets in Annapolis, Caroline and Thames streets in Fells Point. After a good rain and a high tide, they're...
  • Former St. Frances stars seek to inspire girls basketball players

    Former St. Frances stars seek to inspire girls basketball players
    Since their years as star basketball players at St. Frances, Briana Hutchen and Shatyra Hawkes have wanted to give back to the girls growing up the way they did, on the basketball courts of Baltimore City. Hutchen and Hawkes turned their basketball...
  • Downers Grove Caribou Coffee to close in August, reopen as Peet's

     Downers Grove Caribou Coffee to close in August, reopen as Peet's
    Caribou Coffee in downtown Downers Grove is set to close its doors in a few weeks and reopen as a Peet's Coffee & Tea in the fall. Cafe employees said this week that the popular coffee shop at 5100 Main St. will shut down at the end of August and is...
  • When it comes to bodies, lets keep it real [Commentary]

    When it comes to bodies, lets keep it real [Commentary]
    The awfulness of Gaza goes on. So does the madness in Iraq and Syria. Wildfires burn through the West, while in Washington, D.C., our do-absolutely-nothing Congress prepares to adjourn, freeing up time for representatives and senators to go home and...
  • American dream thriving in boomtown -- Williston, N.D.

    This summer marks five years since the "Great Recession" officially ended. For millions of Americans, it probably does not seem possible that our economy has grown for that long. After all, by historical standards, the current recovery is anemic, if not...
  • Sport Suspension Changed My Tune on the 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA45 AMG

     
    We often test-drive cars at drive events on unfamiliar roads. This can paint a different picture of how that same model may perform when driven in and around Cars.com's Chicago headquarters, where the majority of our testing occurs. When I......
  • Big changes and opportunity for Terrapins

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Maryland - INSIDE SLANT The B1G change is finally here, Maryland gearing up for Big Ten competition, and fourth-year coach Randy Edsall with a team, at least on paper, that looks up to the task. The Terrapins (7-...
  • California awarded $10.7 million to pay for advanced course tests

    California awarded $10.7 million to pay for advanced course tests
    California has received $10.7 million from the U.S. Department of Education to prepare low-income and underserved high school students for colleges and careers by partially covering the costs of advanced course tests. “Students who do the work and...
  • Hillary gets criticism from right and left on break with Obama

    WASHINGTON Hillary Clinton isn't running for president yet, but she's already learning that it's not easy running away from her former boss, even if he's unpopular. After spending a year and a half praising Barack Obama, the former secretary of state...