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A fitness guru who sparked a media firestorm weeks ago for posing with her toned abs and three young kids in a pro-exercise photo with the caption, “what’s your excuse?” has now been booted from Facebook for making comments about the growing acceptance of fat — comments deemed “hate speech” by the social media site.
The Capitol Christmas Tree will wrap up its trek from Washington to Washington on Monday.
Maryland sees its trip to Paradise Jam as mostly "business" but that doesn't mean there can't be some fun along the way. Terps TV documents the trip.
After Ray Rice's big week against the Bears, can you trust him against the Jets?
The wine world's best-known party is beginning — the ritual uncorking of Beaujolais Nouveau every November. That's both a curse and a blessing for the famed French region and its lesser-known yet finer wines.
Back in August, Maryland took a trip to the Caribbean as part of a preseason tune-up. Now with a 1-2 record, this upcoming trip is "totally different," coach Mark Turgeon says.
The government is a terrible and indecisive cook. One day the Food and Drug Administration tells the public it must eat more of something, and the next it says no, stay away from that. It's easy to conclude that the FDA merely wants to rid everyone's diet of everything that tastes good, with harsh admonitions to "eat your spinach."
Enter New Orleans' French Quarter on the uptown end of Bourbon Street, and the legacy of Owen E. Brennan Sr. becomes immediately clear.
The inspector general of Amtrak, a publicly funded railroad serving more than 500 destinations in 46 states, revealed that the company is still losing tens of millions of taxpayer dollars a year on food and beverage services.