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Lyndon Larouche is still alive? Who knew? I sure didn’t, until I read reports from the world G-8 summit at Camp David that the Larouche Political Action Committee was first on the scene in what has become sort of yard sale of international...
The Department of Natural Resources says it will close Cunningham Falls State Park to all public access during the G-8 Summit, to be held May 17 to 19. Officials said Monday the U.S. Secret Service asked that the park near Camp David, where the gathering...
Tags: G8, Tourism and Leisure, Travel, Gardens and Parks, Greenbrier
Take that Chicago. How does it feel to get waxed by Smithsburg? Last week, the failed Obama administration abruptly announced that the G8 summit originally scheduled to be held in the Windy City this spring will instead be held at Camp David. Obama didn&...
Half of all undergraduate students in Maryland are now enrolled in community colleges. In an effort to help increase the number of students who successfully complete their programs of study, faculty and administrators at Hagerstown Community College...
Later this month, on April 29 and 30th, the G-8 will host an important meeting on Open Data for Agriculture. The Department of Agriculture is organizing the meeting on behalf of the United States for members of the G-8 and interested parties. I bet that...
WASHINGTON - The U.S. government, nongovernmental organizations and private companies are already trying to address post-harvest losses in developing countries, but they also face difficulties, a range of experts said at a State Department conference on...
The White House is trying to revive the "reset" with Vladimir Putin's Russia. It is likely to be a wasted effort. The reset is dead not because of someone's ill will or mistakes. It is because Washington and Moscow have reached the limit of...
Like many California transplants, David Helvarg has repeatedly reinvented himself. He's been a freelance journalist, a television documentary filmmaker, even a licensed private investigator. He seems to have found his true calling with the sea, or more...
World NowSecretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton flew into a storm of criticism in Beijing on Tuesday in the midst of a six-nation tour perceived by China as aimed at curbing its influence in Asia....
WASHINGTON — At a July fundraiser in the elegant Mandarin Oriental hotel near Washington's Tidal Basin, President Obama met with some of his most steadfast supporters — two dozen political and business leaders eager to write sizable checks...
Some are working to change the way development in Baltimore affects low-income residents. Others are using art to comment on social inequalities. Still others are battling home foreclosures in the city or gathering free books to hand out in poor...
Tags: Prisons, Protest, New York City, Maryland State Police, Politics
The RVCA family is excited for Sunday. That's the day of the grand opening for the Mendes Bros. Academy, a jiu jitsu gym, in Costa Mesa. The Mendes brothers, Rafael and Gui, will be offering a free seminar during the grand opening, starting at 1 p.m. The...
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