February 10, 2008
TOMORROW A profile of new Orioles center fielder Adam Jones, the key acquisition from the Mariners in the Erik Bedard trade. TUESDAY The major story lines for 2008, from the superiority of the American League to Joe Torre's first year with the Dodgers to Joe Girardi's first season as Yankees manager. WEDNESDAY A look at the 2008 Orioles, with questions and answers about the team and a look at its roster. THURSDAY As Dave Trembley enters his first spring training as Orioles manager, his players can expect him to stress discipline and fundamentals.
February 7, 2008
Florida State's president is blaming the athletic department for a less-than-candid response to the test-taking scandal that might involve as many as 50 students. Among the accusations is that at least one academic tutor was giving answers to the questions of a music course exam while the test was in progress and that tutors took tests for athletes. But here's the best part. The pool of questions for the exams didn't change from semester to semester, said college president T.K. Wetherell.
September 25, 2005
Each Sunday in A&E TODAY, we'll take an insightful (and fun) look at the world of arts and entertainment. The section will include profiles of artists and art lovers, a weekly column by one of The Sun's arts writers, critics' picks and other features. Readers also will be invited to ask the critics questions via e-mail, and some of the most intriguing questions and answers will be published. One more change: The chess column and puzzles appear here now.
April 9, 2004
WASHINGTON -- After a nervous start, Condoleezza Rice carefully groomed the Bush administration's mussed account of the road to Sept. 11 yesterday, easily disposing with the 9/11 commission's comparative nitpicking. Concentrating on more superficial disagreements, the commission let slip by its best opportunity to date for public insight into why 9/11 happened, what could and should have been done and whether our government has learned any meaningful lessons. Commissions -- like congressional committees -- are born convinced that if each member asks their own set of questions, sheer repetition will assure thoroughness.
September 22, 2000
WASHINGTON - It went into the history books as "Whitewater," the name of a peaceful river in the Ozark mountains on which Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton and their business partners hoped to sell dozens of rustic home sites. As the name for one of the murkiest and most complex scandals in political history, it should have been called the "Big Muddy." By the time independent counsel Robert W. Ray wrapped up the loose ends and closed a six-year investigation into the Clintons' activities, the details had become so clouded that almost no one could remember what the original issues were.
January 27, 2000
It's income tax season, and again this year The Sun and the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants will offer readers help on state and federal income tax returns. Association members, all certified public accountants, will answer selected questions from readers over the ensuing weeks until the April 15 filing deadline. Readers may submit questions by recording them on Sundial or electronically though SunSpot, The Sun's Internet site. Please be sure to state your question in full.