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  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • Big Boyz Bail Bonds follows the law. But do they keep their word?

    On hearing the verdict, Herman O. Darr whirls around, mutters loudly and storms out of Courtroom 4. It's a little after 2:30 P.M. on March 1, 2013. Judge Jennifer Etheridge dispatches a bailiff, who hustles to the door and raises his radio, which beeps...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Storm Surge: Beware of Title-Washed Cars

     
    Shopping for a used car in Mississippi? Beware of title washing. The Magnolia State has the highest density of title-washed cars in the country, with 1 in every 44.6 used cars bearing a washed title, a Cars.com analysis has found.......
  • Video: Which Cities Have the Fewest Crashes?

     
    If you want to live in a place where drivers have crashes far less often than the national average, head to Fort Collins, Colo. That's the city where insurance company Allstate says drivers go more than 14 years on average......
  • Tailgate thefts up 31% last year, Texas leads the nation

     
    Filed under: Truck, Government/Legal, Safety, Ownership If you live in Texas and own a pickup, you might want to guard your truck's tailgate from thieves. A recently released study from the National Insurance Crime Bureau looking at tailgate thefts...
  • It Pays to Be Gray: Senior Driver Discounts

     
    Everyone wants to reduce their auto insurance premiums, right? Well, in 34 states and the District of Columbia getting older can be the ticket to cheaper car insurance. All you have to do is pass an approved driving class that......