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Steroid era clouds vote for Baseball Hall of Fame

...time.Before we go any further, I should point out that I am an eligible voter but am prohibited from voting by The Baltimore Sun's ethics policy, so any indication of how I would vote on any specific candidate is merely the educated opinion...
Ray Lewis has grown but never escaped his past

...the case in recent times, but in 2010 he did tell the Baltimore Sun, "No day leaves this Earth without me asking God to...words of former teammate Shannon Sharpe, who told the Baltimore Sun, "Not only did it have a profound effect on the player...
Benghazi deserves real review

The following editorial appeared in the Baltimore Sun:Whether the House investigation into the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, is a political witch hunt aimed...
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Researchers discover radioactive files in their midst THE BALTIMORE SUN Researchers from the National Archives, reclassifying millions of records holding some of the nation's most closely guarded...
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Shakespeare enjoys grand renaissance By J. WYNN ROUSUCK THE BALTIMORE SUN Give Shakespeare an Oscar and the fallout ranges from the sublime to the ridiculous. Only two months have passed since ``Shakespeare...
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Seeing racism in Jar Jar is a stretch THE BALTIMORE SUN Children of the world, you are surrounded by a confederacy of adult dunces. So your parents take you out to see a movie. It...
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It might be curtains for Elway By KEN MURRAY THE BALTIMORE SUN The national media finally are giving John Elway a break. No more beating up the Denver Broncos quarterback over his tepid Super...
Outside editorial: The Obama administration's attacks on the media

...been indicted for allegedly supplying material to the Baltimore Sun, and for obstructing justice when he allegedly destroyed...former NSA official who is accused of leaking to the Baltimore Sun. The paper reported extensively on technical problems...
Media silent when Obama administration targets sources

...there's Thomas Drake, a career official of the National Security Agency, who faced 35 years in prison for telling a Baltimore Sun reporter about what The New York Times called "a potential billion-dollar computer boondoggle." At stake was bureaucratic...
Hostility toward recent immigrants a long American tradition

...practice - than anti-immigrant hatred and fear-mongering.? Thomas F. Schaller teaches political science at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County. His email is He wrote this for the Baltimore Sun.


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