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A trial is needed to determine whether the longtime producer of the Golden Globe Awards had the rights to negotiate a deal keeping the glitzy awards show on NBC through 2018, a federal judge has ruled.
With President Obama on hand to mourn privately, the remains of 30 U.S. troops killed this weekend in the single bloodiest day of the Afghanistan War were returned to American soil at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware on Tuesday.
As the nation mourns the loss in combat of 30 of its military heroes - including 22 members of the Navy's elite SEAL Team 6 - in Afghanistan over the weekend, the question inevitably occurs: What are we fighting for that justifies this latest among so much sacrifice in that distant, backward and inhospitable land?
O'Malley joined Dems' TV blitz to blame S&P, tea party; Fallen SEAL has local ties; Virginia redistricting creates moving target; Tour shows Mount Vernon's role in Civil War; Prince George's rethinking casino gambling; Lobby groups in Virginia giving millions to 2011 candidates; Maryland GOP lawmaker Nancy Jacobs involved in toll-increase debates; Maryland Sen. Brinkley: State's credit rating won't be lowered.
While continuing to cast doubt on the credibility of Standard & Poor's, several Democrats on Sunday said there is an even greater culprit in the downgrade of the nation's credit rating: the tea party.
Bashing Rick Perry has become real sport in the press. And no wonder. Journalists realize that the Texas governor could impinge on President Obama's re-election efforts and are acting accordingly.