more than 130 maryland lifers adjust to freedom after court ruling
JON NALICK, SPECIAL TO THE TIMESMaking a Difference in Your Community : Neighborhood Groups Target Crime, Quakes ED BOND, SPECIAL TO THE TIMESWoman in Torture Case Termed Insane : Prosecution: Her lawyer contends that she was not able to act rationally at the time her nephew was abused. He says she insists that the boy internal injuries resulted from a accident. Who would litter here? SCOTT HARRISFBI Post Heightens Her Profile : Leadership: Kathleen McChesney is used to being watched as a female pioneer in law enforcement.
THEATER REVIEW : Invisible Pops Up for a Reprise at Dinner Theater : Ottavio strong cast keeps the humor hopping in this tale of a boozy old man and his trusty rabbit friend. TODD EVERETT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMESTopic / EDUCATION : Officials Assail Decision to Reverse Expulsions : In a letter to county board, Claremont school and city leaders say its action overturning a district ruling to expel three students accused of hate crimes is contrary to tenets of providing safe schools. City clerk office insists new tally is accurate.
If the French think they’ve seen everything, they can think again. Three books are just hitting the shelves that deconstruct the Sarkozy Bruni love affair in glorious detail. Such as Bruni supposedly telling a friend, “I want a man with nuclear power.” Such as the former model reportedly inviting Sarkozy up to her apartment for a cup of coffee when he drove her home after their first dinner together, and Sarkozy replying, “Never on a first date.”.
The president’s interest in a meeting with Putin became public in March after the Kremlin disclosed that Trumpextended an invitationin a phone call with the Russian leader. Officials say Trump privately has been asking his aides for a bilateral meeting ever since he met with Putin in Vietnam in November on the sidelines of a multilateral economic summit. Official said.
President Johnson called Walter after the evening news from time to time to voice his displeasure over a certain story. But Walter knew that if he was receiving vociferous complaints from both sides, he must be doing his job.His endless inquisitiveness about our world, I can imagine, came from a mother who sold encyclopedias for a living. As a boy, Walter spent countless hours getting lost within their pages, endlessly sidetracked by new and interesting entries that branched off from one another, fascinated by the world around us and how it worked.And that’s the way he lived his life with curiosity, exploring our planet, seeking to make sense of it and explaining it to others.