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email@example.comPaul Yumlu took to the streets of Hagerstown Wednesday night, doing his part to promote peace. As far as the Hagerstown Muslim is concerned, the future lies in the great faiths of the world coming together. Yumlu said there is no single way to God,...
Tags: United Nations
In observance of International Day of Peace, Potomac Heights Elementary School displayed 252 pinwheels for peace along the school driveway on Sept. 21. The assignment from art teacher Nancy Green to each student was to think about and discuss what peace...
I disagree with Ariel Ilan Roth's op-ed "U.S. is Wrong on Palestine" (Sept. 21). I will make a purely legal argument why the U.S. should veto Palestine's unilateral attempt for statehood in the United Nations. The following information is from the...
Tags: Government, West Bank, National Government, Palestine, Judaism
Kulsoom Abdullah didn't waste any time. One day after the International Weightlifting Federation's Wednesday announcement it had made changes in the sport's competition dress code at her behest, the 35-year-old lifter from Atlanta registered for the U.S....
Tags: Malaysia, Weightlifting, Athletes, Judges, Iowa
When Michelle Kwan was 16 and had just won the first of what would be five world figure skating titles, she began to wonder what her life would be like at age 30. "I thought, 'Will I still be skating, still be training a long program every day?''' Kwan...
Hysteria and misinformation are usually difficult to defuse, but the recent letter to the editor by Anne Earhart ("Should they sell seashells at store?," June 17) prompts me to try to give some voice to the "other" end. As a 40-year owner of a natural...
Tags: Fishing, Texas, Hobbies, Defense, Natural Resources
PARIS (AP) — The largest economies in the world agreed Thursday to a series of measures to stabilize world food prices after recent fluctuations caused global instability, especially in poorer countries. French Agriculture Minister Bruno Le...
Former Maryland Terrapin guard Greivis Vasquez, who is now a member of the Memphis Grizzlies, is in his native Venezuela this week as part of a U.S. State Department "sports diplomacy" program that hopes to use athletes to improve international relations,...
Money & CompanyIn a blow to U.S.-based airlines, a European advocate general rejected the airlines' challenge of a plan to charge carriers a fee if they exceed emission levels when flying in and out of Europe. Several airline trade groups and carriers......
Opinion L.A.Palestine can still declare that it is a state and call upon other nations to recognize it without seeking U.N. membership....
L.A. Times Tech BlogThere's big money in scaring people into thinking they have a nasty computer virus. But you might also scare up a visit from international police. On Wednesday the U.S. Department of Justice, the FBI and cooperating overseas agencies said they......
Company TownMembers of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees are accustomed to working quietly behind the scenes of movies and TV shows. But their leader, Matt Loeb, has been shaking things up inside the entertainment industrys' largest union,...
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