June 26, 2012

Court bars mandatory life without parole for youths, rejects cross case

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled June 25 that mandatory life sentences without possibility of parole for crimes committed by juveniles are an unconstitutional violation of the Eighth Amendment’s ban on cruel and unusual punishment.
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After MCC push, state’s abortion clinics to face tougher regulation

Stiffer regulations for Maryland’s surgical abortion facilities are slated to go into effect in July, according to the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
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Sweet Home Baltimore

On Saturday, my husband and I were driving to Chipotle on Charles Street to feed our starving move-in crew (five very generous friends) when he turned to me and said, “This is my fifth time to Baltimore.” Shesh! How could I relocate my husband to a place he’s only visited four times before
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‘Many Are Called … Few Are Chosen’

  No, that’s not some weird paraphrase of a passage from the Bible. It’s actually the tagline for a show that my younger brother and I love to watch, “Ninja Warrior.” A Japanese-based show, it is a grueling obstacle course known in Japan as Sasuke. Sasuke is run two times per
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Polo players team up with Catholic Charities

For seventh year, Catholic Charities' polo match draws support for Our Daily Bread.
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