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District 10 candidate tries to remove opponent from ballot
BY Heather Norris
October 16, 2014

-The Republican candidate for District 10 delegate filed a motion last week to have one of the three Democratic candidates, Hasan “Jay” Jalisi, removed from the Nov. 4 general election ballot over residency concerns. The move follows months of speculation over Jalisi’s address. His candidacy filings report an address on Reisterstown Road in Owings Mills, CONTINUE »

Parshat Bereishit
BY By Eli Getz
October 16, 2014

This Shabbat, we read the beginning of the Torah, Parashat Bereishit. This text is about creation. On the first day, God created light and darkness. Each day God created something new such as the waters, the grass and the trees. After that, He created the sun, the moon and the stars, followed by birds in CONTINUE »

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What the embattled U.S. Secret Service can learn from Israel’s Shin Bet
BY Dmitriy Shapiro
October 16, 2014

What’s the cure for the recent ills of the United States Secret Service? American officials might consider taking some advice from their Israeli counterparts at the Shin Bet security agency. White House security breaches have sent the Secret Service scrambling to restructure itself in order to prevent similar or more serious mistakes in the future. CONTINUE »

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BY Linda L. Esterson
October 16, 2014

Laurie & Mike Rosen First Date: Sept. 27, 2011, for yogurt Wedding Date: May 17, 2014 Venue: Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Hotel in Baltimore Residence: Pikesville Favorite Activity: Spending time with their 4-year-old puggle, Bentley Laurie Collins planned a surprise for boyfriend Mike Rosen’s 26th birthday. They were vacationing in Naples, Fla., and she arranged CONTINUE »

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BY Joshua Runyan
October 16, 2014

In case you haven’t noticed, Maryland’s got a gubernatorial race shaping up. If the latest polling numbers are any indication, in a state where registered Democrats outnumber Republicans 2-to-1, GOP candidate Larry Hogan has narrowed a once-commanding lead enjoyed by Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown to anywhere from 9 percentage points (The Washington Post) to CONTINUE »