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‘Collision of Wills’ takes us inside the secret feud between Unitas and Shula

BALTIMORE – Now that they’ve finished training camp and separated the men from the boys, the National Football League opens regular-season play this week so the survivors can begin separating any lingering healthy limbs and ligaments from each other. In […]

‘Collision of Wills’ takes us inside the secret feud between Unitas and Shula

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BALTIMORE – Now that they’ve finished training camp and separated the men from the boys, the National Football League opens regular-season play this week so the survivors can begin separating any lingering healthy limbs and ligaments from each other. In […]

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How tough was John McCain?

Navy fighter pilot John McCain was captured by Vietnamese civilians in Truc Bach Lake near Hanoi Vietnam on Oct. 26, 1967. McCain's A-4E Skyhawk had been shot down.  McCain's

Jordan McNair’s death brings back memories of Lombardi and Bob Ward

Bob Ward was the University of Maryland football coach from 1967 to 1968 with little success. COLLEGE PARK, MD  – Pardon me while I get a little nostalgic for Bob

A flag with a confederate battle flag on one side and a swastika on the other is burned by anti-Unite the Right 2 protesters. (Mike Jordan/BPE)

Laura Ingraham really can’t explain her ‘racist’ remark

A flag with a confederate battle flag on one side and a swastika on the other is burned by anti-Unite the Right 2 protesters. (Mike Jordan/BPE) BALTIMORE – On behalf

Linda Tripp changed how reporters cover presidential sex scandals

BALTIMORE —  Twenty years ago, on the morning Linda Tripp first became a household name – especially in the Clinton household – she gazed out of her Columbia, Md.,

You don’t know what you’ve got ’til newspapers are gone

BALTIMORE — That chill wind blowing into this city from 200 miles north might be the beating of the massive wings of the Angel of Death, now that she’s

Orioles’ trading Manny Machado symbolizes what is wrong with baseball

BALTIMORE —  The diehard fans of the Baltimore Orioles will forever lament last week’s loss of Manny Machado, and major league baseball ought to be mourning, too. You want evidence?

All eyes on Lanny Davis as Trump’s performance smells of treason

BALTIMORE — For the moment, Donald Trump has accomplished the previously unthinkable. His performance in Helsinki was so nakedly disloyal to both his intelligence experts and his country, and

Two cases linked in history galvanized the civil rights movement

Original Caption: Sinking to knees, Mrs Mamie Bradley weeps as body of slain son, Emmett Louis Till, 14 arrives at Chicago Rail Station. The youth was found dead in

Baltimore Orioles lead Major League Baseball in boredom

Oriole Park at Camden Yards Opening Day 2018  (Michael Jordan/BPE) BALTIMORE — If you want the truth of it, major league baseball has become a major league bore. I say this

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