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  • Maryland native Duane Adler's first film as writer-director is multicultural

    Maryland native Duane Adler's first film as writer-director is multicultural
    With "Save the Last Dance" and the shot-in-Baltimore "Step Up," Duane Adler established himself as one of the go-to screenwriters for 21st-century dance movies. But apparently that wasn't enough. "Make Your Move," a multicultural dance drama with tons...
  • In Missouri, authorities had seen Frazier Glenn Miller's hatred, but not violence

    AURORA, Mo. Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. spent four decades carving an existence out of hatred, spewing his disdain for other races and all things Jewish to strangers and friends. But the Army veteran who fought in Vietnam always seemed to limit his anger...
  • PG County judge named chief of Maryland District Court

    PG County judge named chief of Maryland District Court
    A judge from Prince George's County has been named the next chief judge of the state's District Court. Judge John P. Morrissey, 49, who has served as an associate judge since 2005, will succeed District Court Chief Judge Ben C. Clyburn when Clyburn...
  • Poll: US voters agree Putin won't stop at Crimea, but they're unsure what to do

    WASHINGTON With tensions rising over Russia's intervention in Ukraine, a new McClatchy-Marist Poll finds Americans ambivalent over how deeply the United States should be involved in the situation. American voters largely support only squeezing Russia...
  • Obama blasts Russia, tells Putin U.S. wants diplomatic solution in Ukraine

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama told Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday that the United States preferred a diplomatic solution to the crisis in Ukraine but blasted Russia for taking actions that were not "conducive" to such a...
  • Obama warns Putin of further costs over Ukraine: White House

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama warned Russian President Vladimir Putin in a call on Monday that Moscow would face further costs if its actions in Ukraine persisted, the White House said in a statement. "The president expressed grave...
  • Health insurance gains since last fall hit 12 million, survey shows

    Health insurance gains since last fall hit 12 million, survey shows
    WASHINGTON — President Obama’s health law has led to an even greater increase in health coverage than previously estimated, according to new Gallup survey data, which suggest that about 12 million previously uninsured Americans have gained...
  • Backstreet Boy Nick Carter marries Lauren Kitt in Santa Barbara

    Backstreet Boy Nick Carter marries Lauren Kitt in Santa Barbara
    Backstreet Boys heartthrob Nick Carter is a married man: He said "I do" over the weekend. The former boy bander, 34, who launched countless teen-girl crushes circa 2000, wed girlfriend Lauren Kitt on Saturday, he confirmed on Twitter late Sunday....
  • White House: Obama to call Putin, not considering lethal aid for Ukraine

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House on Monday said President Barack Obama would speak to Russian President Vladimir Putin soon, perhaps later in the day, and made clear the United States was not considering lethal aid for Ukraine. "We are looking at a...
  • CBO estimates slightly lower deficits as health subsidies fall

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. budget deficits over the next decade will be $286 billion less than previously estimated, the Congressional Budget Office said on Monday, attributing much of the decline to lower estimates of subsidy costs under President...
  • Vacations with an emphasis on beauty and serenity

    Vacations with an emphasis on beauty and serenity
    Garden visits provide a colorful connection to the natural world. Here are five places where you can wake up and smell the roses: 1. Butchart Gardens; Vancouver Island, Canada. Created in 1904, the 55 acres of display gardens are the centerpiece of a...