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MUFON Maryland Director Teresa Tindal: ‘Seeing a UFO changed my life forever’

Gold plaques embossed with winged bee goddesses, perhaps the Thriai, found at Camiros in Rhodes, 7th century B.C.  MUFON Maryland Director Teresa Tindal believes there may be a connection between mythological creatures and modern extraterrestrials. (Public Domain) On March 10, […]

MUFON Maryland Director Teresa Tindal: ‘Seeing a UFO changed my life forever’

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Gold plaques embossed with winged bee goddesses, perhaps the Thriai, found at Camiros in Rhodes, 7th century B.C.  MUFON Maryland Director Teresa Tindal believes there may be a connection between mythological creatures and modern extraterrestrials. (Public Domain) On March 10, […]

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The Holocaust Memorial Baltimore, Maryland. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Kristallnacht commemoration set for Saturday in Baltimore

BALTIMORE  -- On November 9, 1938, the German government sponsored a pogrom destroying 267 synagogues throughout Germany and Austria. An estimated 7,500 Jewish-owned commercial establishments were also ransacked and

Lott: Lawmakers are likely to reach a deal to avert a government shutdown

WASHINGTON DC— Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott said he expects lawmakers on Capitol Hill to reach an agreement to fund the government by the time current appropriations expire

John Harrell in Julius Caesar at the Blackfriars Playhouse. Photo by Lindsey Walters.

Blackfriars Playhouse: Staunton is the place to see Shakespeare

John Harrell as Marcus Brutus in Julius Caesar at Blackfriars Playhouse. (Credit Lindsey Walters) In the summer of 1608, the Jamestown Colony teetered on the edge of extinction. Meanwhile, back

Nationals fans will see their team in its first World Series home game

UPDATE: The Nats lost 4 to 1 Friday in the first post-season game in Washington D.C. in 86 years. The Nats lead the series over Houston Astros 2 to

Retired Colonel James C. (“Jimmie Dee”) Dieffenderfer with his son Scott at Manassas Regional Airport in front of the EAA B-17-G Aluminum Overcast (credit Mike Jordan/BPE)

EAA honors 43rd Bombardment Group vets, families with flights on B-17 ‘Aluminum Overcast’

Retired Colonel James C. (“Jimmie Dee”) Dieffenderfer and his son Scott in front of the EAA B-17G Aluminum Overcast. (Mike Jordan/BPE) Manassas, VA – Honor rides aboard classic warbirds like

Congressman Elijah Cummings dead at age 68

Twelve-term Maryland Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings died early Thursday morning at age 68, Cummings' office said in a statement. "At approximately 2:30 A.M. on Thursday October 17, 2019, Congressman Elijah

Acting DNI Director Maguire says whistleblower ‘acted in good faith’

WASHINGTON – Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire said the whistleblower who came forward to express concern about a July 25 phone call between President Donald Trump and then-newly

Senate approves stopgap government funding bill, syncs up with the House

WASHINGTON – The Senate on Thursday afternoon approved a continuing resolution (CR) the House passed last week that funds the government through mid-November. The measure passed 82-15. It now heads to the

Senators on key committee are optimistic that stopgap funding bill will pass

WASHINGTON – Members of the Senate Appropriations Committee said they are cautiously optimistic that the upper chamber will approve a continuing resolution (CR) the House passed last week that would

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