June 30, 2004
NATIONAL Court frowns on pornography law The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that a law meant to punish pornographers who peddle their wares to child viewers on the Internet probably violates the First Amendment's right to free speech. The court sent the case back to a lower court for trial to give the government a chance to argue that the 1998 law does not go too far in restricting free expression. [Page 1a] Craft to enter Saturn orbit The Cassini-Huygens spacecraft is set to navigate a treacherous path through the rings of Saturn, fire its retrorocket at 10:36 tonight and enter a broad looping orbit around the majestic planet for the next four years.
November 30, 1998
Do you know of a house that goes all-out when it comes to decorating for the holidays? Tell us the address where we can find it. It may be featured in the Live section's annual look at holiday lights. Please call Sundial at 410-783-1800 and enter the code 6135 (for other local Sundial numbers, see the directory on Page 2B), or e-mail suggestions to lightunspot.net. We need to hear from you by Dec. 9. Please include your name and phone number in case we have questions. The story runs Dec. 17.Pub Date: 11/30/98
November 5, 1998
98," but don't take that to mean the band itself is interested only in the same old same-old.98," call Sundial at 410-783-1800 and enter the code 6197. For other local numbers, see the directory on Page 2B.Pub Date: 11/05/98
May 28, 1998
Here is the classic American dream: Work hard, raise a family, and then find the resources to retire young and enjoy it.Thanks to a booming economy and record stock market gains, a growing number of men and women have elected to drop out of the Rat Race in favor of the Good Life.But the trend begs some questions: What is it like to retire in your 40s or 50s? How does that affect family relationships? How do you cope with an unstructured life? Is retirement as much fun as the dream?If you are a recent young retiree and would like to share your experience for a newspaper article, please call Sundial at 410-783-1800 and enter code 6150 and leave a message.
February 22, 1998
Read by 9: A weekly Reading by 9 page debuts today with news from the Baltimore area and across Maryland about reading instruction and performance. [Page 2B]Pub Date: 2/22/98
December 17, 1995
Because of an editing error in the continuation of an article on Page 2B in yesterday's Maryland section about possible congressional candidates, the date Rep. Kweisi Mfume announced he would step down from his congressional seat to become chief executive officer of the NAACP was incorrect. The date was Dec. 9.The Sun regrets the error.