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Political candidates would feel jumpy backstage at Universal Studios this time of year. It's a dream come true for potential glitter bombers — gallons and gallons of multiple colors of glitter, just waiting to be dumped on unsuspecting speakers. Of...
Florida's beaches are playgrounds for tourists and residents alike, with each stretch of sand offering a unique character. It all depends on what you're looking for: peace, a party? There is a different case to be made for most of the state's natural...
Channel 2 NewsOil executives with several firms operating in Alaska met with Gov. Sean Parnell at the Dena'ina Center in Downtown Anchorage Thursday for a noon luncheon hosted by Exxon Mobil Corp. Chief executives at the high-security, invitation-only event included...
Orlando SentinelOne of our great joys in Florida is living near the water. Growing up, swimming in the natural springs and ocean waters was my world. These waters are treasures that must never be taken for granted. Our passion for green lawns and industrial agriculture...
OF THE MORNING CALLFatal gas pipeline explosions in Allentown and Philadelphia this year are casting light on whether the nation's pipeline-inspection system, funded by state and federal assessments on gas utilities, is adequate to keep the public safe. Pipeline safety...
President Barack Obama is initiating an "Insourcing American Jobs" dialogue with top business leaders. The latter are always looking for tax breaks and special benefits, and this could quickly degenerate into pleas for special treatment — whereas...
William Donald Schaefer, the dominant political figure of the last half-century of Maryland history, died Monday after a "do-it-now" career that changed the face of Baltimore while bringing a new burst of energy to the city he loved. Mr. Schaefer was 89....
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The Rat Pack lives again — or at least Palm Springs, once the party pad of Sinatra and the boys, does. The Coachella Valley city, which had devolved into a down-at-the-heels caricature of a Hollywood playground, has reinvented itself: Its retro-...
Construction cranes rise like storks 40 stories above the Mojave Desert. In their midst, the "power tower" emerges, wrapped in scaffolding and looking like a multistage rocket. Clustered nearby are hangar-sized assembly buildings, looming berms of sand...
Customers ofBaltimore Gas and Electric Co.can expect to pay $100 to $200 less to heat their homes this winter if the warmer-than-normal weather continues, the utility said Wednesday. BGE expects a 16 percent decrease in heating bills because of warmer...
Constellation Energy Group said Thursday that it closed the acquisition of a Tulsa, Okla. natural gas company, the third deal in the past year that helps expand the Baltimore company's retail business. The $22.5 million deal adds 26,100 customers in...
There's no kitchen sink in "Iceploration," the new ice-skating show at Busch Gardens in Tampa, but it wouldn't be that surprising. The show throws a lot at you. The production features a dozen ice skaters (including one that takes flight), life-size...
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