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  • Community leader charged for laundering drug dealer's loan repayment

    Stewart D. Sachs' impressive resume, built over 40 years in banking and finance, includes being president and CEO of Regal Savings Bank, founder of Maryland Permanent Bank and Trust Company, and board member of Lexington National Insurance Company (the...
  • Insurer sues court over failure to enforce collections law

    Lexington National Insurance Corporation has sued the District Court of Maryland-and its chief clerk, Roberta Warnken-claiming Warnken did not follow the law and cost Maryland citizens "in excess of $1 million." The dispute is about an obscure deadline...
  • 1947 - 2013

    Overnight sensations are rare in literature, but Tom Clancy, who died this fall at 66, lived one of singular success. After the Baltimore insurance agent, the son of a postal worker and department-store clerk, got The Hunt for Red October published in...
  • The BMA regains a long-lost Renoir

    A U.S. district court judge ended the dispute over "On the Shore of the Seine," a stolen Renoir painting, on Friday, Jan. 10 when he awarded ownership of the painting to the Baltimore Museum of Art, from which the painting was stolen in 1951. Marcia...
  • America's disability-benefits system is exploding, complicated, ripe for exploitation, almost broke, and all some people have

    When the weather is nice, Nathaniel Jackson Jr. can sometimes be found strolling the streets of Mount Vernon. He picks up medicine at a pharmacy for his 82-year-old aunt, or he stops by City Paper or Health Care for the Homeless. “I come here to...
  • Nine reasons the rich get richer thanks to U.S. tax policy

    For three decades we have conducted a massive economic experiment, testing a theory known as supply side economics. The theory goes like this: Lower tax rates will encourage more investment, which in turn will mean more jobs and greater prosperity-so much...
  • Jimmy Stewart can't escape small-town blues.

    It's a Wonderful Life Directed by Frank Capra At The AFI Silver Dec. 14, 15, and 20-24. In the nadir of George Bailey's fiscal throes, he sits at a bar (Martini's) on Christmas Eve, stares down a glass of bourbon-neat-and clutches his insurance policy,...
  • Infused/flavored Jack at the Horse You Came in On

    I was very disappointed in your whiskey article ("Stay Warm, Drink Whiskey," Feature, Jan. 23). It never mentioned the Horse You Came in On. My husband and I belong to their Jack Daniel's club. They also serve their own infused/flavored Jack[s], which are...
  • Cleaning Up: Federal money is expanding drug treatment in Baltimore--and causing providers headaches.

    Cleaning Up: Federal money is expanding drug treatment in Baltimore--and causing providers headaches.
    First of a four-part series. PART 2: Old Habits: Medicalization is the hot new thing in drug treatment. Just like in 1970. 07/27/2010 PART 3: "We Are Not In the Housing Business": Baltimore's recovering addicts need a clean, affordable, safe place to...
  • Is filing an insurance claim worth the rate risk?

    WILLIAMSBURG — Virginians enjoy some of the country's lower annual premiums for car insurance – until they file a claim for a substantial accident. According to a study by insuranceQuotes.com, Virginia ranks 10th in the nation for the hike in...
  • Buying your approval ... with your tax dollars

    Buying your approval ... with your tax dollars
    Chicagoans will soon elect a mayor to run a City Hall trapped in astonishing levels of taxpayer debts and pension burdens. Meanwhile, all Illinoisans have a new governor overseeing a statehouse that's in a comparable predicament: a bigger government,...
  • Kadner: Southland Walgreens closings reflect health costs

    Walgreens, which not long ago seemed determined to open stores at every major intersection in America, is suddenly closing locations in the Southland. In mid-January, Walgreens closed its store at 159th and Wood streets in Harvey, and this week the...