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The Baltimore Sun | November 22, 2013
To prepare for Saturday's football game between Maryland and Boston College, we traded emails with Michael Vega, who covers the Eagles for the Boston Globe. You can check out more of Michael's coverage on their website . TRACKING THE TERPS: For an outsider looking in, the Eagles seem like a different team under Steve Addazio. Is that a fair assessment, and what specifically has he done to lead Boston College out of its dry spell MICHAEL VEGA: The difference has been night and day under Steve Addazio.
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By Jules Witcover | May 23, 2014
As secretary of state, John Kerry has left no doubt that he is ready, willing and able to go anywhere and do anything to make headway in his unenviable pursuit of progress in international stalemates. His perseverance in seeking to salvage the decades-long Israeli-Palestinian peace quest, and to deter Iran's development of nuclear weapons, Syria's use of chemical weapons, and most recently Russia's land-grab in Ukraine, has made him a veritable diplomatic whirling dervish. His diligence and patience, however, have not yet been matched by success in his 15 months in the Obama administration's highest-profile cabinet post.
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July 28, 1999
Anne Francis (Hazard) Richardson, 69, the wife of former U.S. Attorney General Elliot L. Richardson, died of complications of Alzheimer's disease Monday at Prince George's Hospital Center in Cheverly. She was the wife of Mr. Richardson while he held various offices and it was a role she relished. "I can accomplish a lot more as Mrs. Elliot Richardson than I could as Ms. Anne Richardson," she said in an interview in the Boston Globe in 1974. She used her celebrity to shine to help various charities and was chairwoman of Reading Is Fundamental, the national literacy advocacy group, from 1981 to 1996.
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The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2014
A collection of what other media outlets are saying about the Orioles as they prepare to complete their road trip with a 7:05 p.m. game against the New York Yankees tonight: * While Orioles fans wait for Manny Machado to return to the lineup, they can be happy knowing that the 21-year-old third baseman is among the "toolsiest" players in baseball, according to FiveThirtyEight.com's Jeff Sullivan . Also, according to Sullivan's data, Orioles...
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | October 26, 2012
The Orioles have granted the Boston Red Sox permission to interview Rick Peterson for their pitching coach position, and he will interview for the job, an industry source confirmed. Peterson spent this year as the Orioles' director of pitching development. He was previously a pitching coach for the Oakland Athletics , New York Mets , and Milwaukee Brewers . Peterson will be the second member of the organization to interview with the Red Sox this offseason. Third-base coach DeMarlo Hale interviewed for Boston's managerial job, which ultimately went to John Farrell.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | April 7, 2014
Maryland men's basketball assistant Scott Spinelli is in "serious negotiations" to become an assistant under new Boston College coach Jim Christian, Terps coach Mark Turgeon said Monday. "Nothing's final yet," Turgeon said. Spinelli did not respond phone calls and text messages from The Baltimore Sun.  Spinelli, who came with Turgeon from Texas A&M, grew up outside Boston and recruits heavily in New England. He was instrumental in the Terps landing Jake Layman out of high school and bringing in Evan Smotrycz when he transferred from Michigan.
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By David Selig and The Baltimore Sun | September 12, 2013
[ Back for its second year, "Down the Stretch" is a daily Orioles Insider blog that will set up the coming night for the O's and their American League competition as the push for the postseason continues. ] About last night Orioles bullpen falters again in 5-4 loss to Yankees Norris scratched from Friday's start in Toronto Morse isn't stressing about slow start at Camden Yards Markakis rejoins team after birth of his third son Schmuck: Indians have an easier road to the wild card Curtis Granderson makes some Eutaw Street history Wednesday's full scoreboard   AL East standings BOS     89-58     -- TB       78-66    9.5 BAL     78-68    10.5 NYY     77-68     11 AL wild-card standings TEX       81-64     -- TB        78-66         -- NYY      78-68      1 BAL      77-68     1.5 CLE      77-68     1.5 KC       77-69      2 (For full standings, click here .)
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | October 15, 2011
Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk said here Saturday afternoon that Big East commissioner John Marinatto assured him in a telephone conversation earlier in the day that the Midshipmen are still among several teams being considered for membership in the restructured league and that no official bids have been offered. "We're still in the running, there's no question," Gladchuk said during Navy's game against Rutgers at High Point Solutions Stadium. Gladchuk said the information he received from Marinatto disputes a report by ESPN that said five schools, including Air Force and Boise State, were extended invitations to join the league.
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By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2013
A Linthicum firm is among several orthotics and prosthetics companies that will offer victims of the Boston Marathon bombing artificial limbs at no charge if their insurance doesn't cover all or some of the costs of the devices. Dankmeyer Inc., founded by an amputee who lost a leg in a childhood skating accident, joined with other firms Tuesday in announcing the Coalition to Walk and Run Again. The companies have agreed not to charge victims who provide a doctor's note proving they don't have insurance to cover the devices, which cost $8,000 to $60,000.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | April 5, 2011
A state appeals court has refused to revive a lawsuit against a Roman Catholic order based in Baltimore by two siblings who sued the order, claiming that one of its priests was their father. Carla A. Latty of New Jersey and her brother, Adrian Senna of British Columbia, sued the Saint Joseph's Society of the Sacred Heart and others for $10 million in 2009. They contend that the order should be held responsible for failing to end a longtime relationship that began in the 1940s in Montgomery, Ala., between the Rev. Francis E. Ryan and their mother, Anna Maria "Ria" Senna, both of whom are now deceased.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | April 7, 2014
Maryland men's basketball assistant Scott Spinelli is in "serious negotiations" to become an assistant under new Boston College coach Jim Christian, Terps coach Mark Turgeon said Monday. "Nothing's final yet," Turgeon said. Spinelli did not respond phone calls and text messages from The Baltimore Sun.  Spinelli, who came with Turgeon from Texas A&M, grew up outside Boston and recruits heavily in New England. He was instrumental in the Terps landing Jake Layman out of high school and bringing in Evan Smotrycz when he transferred from Michigan.
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The Baltimore Sun | November 22, 2013
To prepare for Saturday's football game between Maryland and Boston College, we traded emails with Michael Vega, who covers the Eagles for the Boston Globe. You can check out more of Michael's coverage on their website . TRACKING THE TERPS: For an outsider looking in, the Eagles seem like a different team under Steve Addazio. Is that a fair assessment, and what specifically has he done to lead Boston College out of its dry spell MICHAEL VEGA: The difference has been night and day under Steve Addazio.
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By David Selig and The Baltimore Sun | September 12, 2013
[ Back for its second year, "Down the Stretch" is a daily Orioles Insider blog that will set up the coming night for the O's and their American League competition as the push for the postseason continues. ] About last night Orioles bullpen falters again in 5-4 loss to Yankees Norris scratched from Friday's start in Toronto Morse isn't stressing about slow start at Camden Yards Markakis rejoins team after birth of his third son Schmuck: Indians have an easier road to the wild card Curtis Granderson makes some Eutaw Street history Wednesday's full scoreboard   AL East standings BOS     89-58     -- TB       78-66    9.5 BAL     78-68    10.5 NYY     77-68     11 AL wild-card standings TEX       81-64     -- TB        78-66         -- NYY      78-68      1 BAL      77-68     1.5 CLE      77-68     1.5 KC       77-69      2 (For full standings, click here .)
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By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2013
A Linthicum firm is among several orthotics and prosthetics companies that will offer victims of the Boston Marathon bombing artificial limbs at no charge if their insurance doesn't cover all or some of the costs of the devices. Dankmeyer Inc., founded by an amputee who lost a leg in a childhood skating accident, joined with other firms Tuesday in announcing the Coalition to Walk and Run Again. The companies have agreed not to charge victims who provide a doctor's note proving they don't have insurance to cover the devices, which cost $8,000 to $60,000.
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By David Selig and The Baltimore Sun | April 27, 2013
We're almost a month into the season, and it seems an appropriate time for another trip "Around the AL East. " Here's a look at a main storyline for each opponent in the Orioles' division as well as a look at who's hot and who's not on each club:   BOSTON RED SOX (16-7) I'm not about to brag, because my preseason predictions overall don't look so great . But I did go on record saying that, in the AL East, “each of the five teams could conceivably win the division - or finish last.” Many people thought the Red Sox were the team least equipped to contend for the division title, but that sure hasn't looked the case through four weeks of baseball.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | April 18, 2013
Just when it was starting to look like cable news might have actually learned something from its rush-to-judgment sins in covering the Newtown massacre, John King, CNN and Fox News showed Wednesday how shaky and journalistically confused even the genre's biggest dogs are these days when confronted with a major, ongoing news story. It doesn't get much worse than it did for CNN Wednesday afternoon when quoting unnamed sources it reported that police had arrested a suspect in the Boston marathon bombings.
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Susan Reimer | April 16, 2013
It is hard not to give in to despair. In the hours since bombs exploded at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, forever marking in blood a day that celebrates spring, our nation's founding and the joy of the human body, there has been a lot of talk about resilience. About the resilience of the American people, of Boston people, of running people. "Boston is a tough and resilient town," President Barack Obama told the country. "So are its people. " The Boston Globe's columnists are defiant, too. "Tomorrow, this city is going to get up and live its life," wrote Farah Stockman.
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The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2014
A collection of what other media outlets are saying about the Orioles as they prepare to complete their road trip with a 7:05 p.m. game against the New York Yankees tonight: * While Orioles fans wait for Manny Machado to return to the lineup, they can be happy knowing that the 21-year-old third baseman is among the "toolsiest" players in baseball, according to FiveThirtyEight.com's Jeff Sullivan . Also, according to Sullivan's data, Orioles...
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Susan Reimer | April 16, 2013
It is hard not to give in to despair. In the hours since bombs exploded at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, forever marking in blood a day that celebrates spring, our nation's founding and the joy of the human body, there has been a lot of talk about resilience. About the resilience of the American people, of Boston people, of running people. "Boston is a tough and resilient town," President Barack Obama told the country. "So are its people. " The Boston Globe's columnists are defiant, too. "Tomorrow, this city is going to get up and live its life," wrote Farah Stockman.
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April 16, 2013
An 8-year-old boy was among the three people killed and at least 176 people injured, many severely, by a pair of explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday. According to The Boston Globe, the boy, Martin Richard, was with his mother and sister, who were also seriously injured. Krystle Campbell, 29, a restaurant manager who was watching the race with a friend, was also killed. A pair of brothers each lost a leg. Doctors reported that dozens of others had been wounded by some kind of shrapnel - small nails and ball bearings or BBs - that had become embedded in their flesh.
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