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Two packages sent to state government buildings 20 miles apart released smoke and the smell of sulfur when they were opened Thursday, officials said. A mailroom employee was hurt, but not seriously.
Two packages mailed to Maryland state office buildings — one of which was addressed to Gov. Martin O'Malley — detonated Thursday, emitting smoke, a foul odor and sparking a sprawling multiagency investigation aimed at identifying the culprit.
Former Gov. Robert Ehrlich talked up his political strategy at a campaign stop Wednesday.
What do Fred Astaire, the hamburger, Gypsy Rose Lee and the Liberty Bell have in common? According to Yale University Press, they're all American icons and, as such, the focal points for a series of short books "about American history and culture through the lens of a single iconic individual, event, object, or cultural phenomenon."
BALTIMORE — A young man who escaped trial in state court was convicted in federal court yesterday of killing an Annapolis businessman during a carjacking.
BALTIMORE — A federal prosecutor told jurors yesterday that a man accused in a fatal carjacking confessed to pointing out the Annapolis victim as a target for theft, but a defense attorney said the confession resulted from police scare tactics "right out of Hollywood."