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Sporadic sniper fire over sandbagged trenches that separate Armenians and Azerbaijanis across the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh has been a routine feature of daily life throughout the 19 years that the two sides have grudgingly observed a cease-...
Europe has shown us our future To the editor: The presidential election and the hoopla of winning has deteriorated into the expectation of payback. Leaders in Detroit want their share of the spoils (federal funds). This was made clear by a city...
The stock market has surprised investors with an unusually strong surge, even enticing individuals to throw billions into the stock funds they've feared for years. But is the enthusiasm for stocks due to an economy that is greatly stronger? Actually,...
A Christian employee was wronged when British Airways insisted she remove the small cross she wore around her neck, the European Court of Human Rights ruled Tuesday. But judges rejected claims by three other British Christians who claimed they had...
Bel Air resident Richard Bock has been named president of FranNet of Maryland, which assists individuals interested in exploring self-employment as a career option through franchised business ownership. Bock knows firsthand about franchise ownership....
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It was a promising plan while it lasted: United Parcel Service Inc. would send its brown-suited army scuttling throughout Europe after paying $6.8 billion to acquire Dutch delivery competitor TNT Express. But then the European Commission, the...
When communism fell, it felt like the door of a cage sprang open. Young and filled with a restless energy, three friends who had grown up in Poland yearned to travel and explore. Perhaps nowhere held more allure than America. Nowhere in America had...
SÃO PAULO, Brazil — After a few hours, you sink into a pleasant trance. Time no longer matters. You stop checking your phone, if it hasn't already lost its charge. You're comfortable. Your mind settles into the little there is to do — think,...
Ford Motor Co. declared a first-quarter dividend of $0.10 per share, double the quarterly dividend it paid last year. The automaker had only reinstated paying dividends last year as preserved cash to survive the recession and U.S. auto industry...
Paul Wilson Ramey, a member of the Army Corps of Engineers who was a founder of AIDS Action Baltimore, died of cancer Dec. 29 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 55 and lived in Hampden. Born and raised in Woodstock, Va., he was a 1975 graduate...
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Investors have been ducking for two days — laying low while they hope that corporate executives assure them during the next few weeks that companies have come through a soft patch and can produce strong profits in 2013. The market has entered...
If you invested in a solid mix of stock and bond funds at the beginning of 2012, and didn't peek at them during the stock market stress of the past year, you probably will be delighted when you open your year-end statement from your 401(k) or brokerage...
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