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D.C. judge allows American to sue Rumsfeld over torture

WASHINGTON — A federal judge has ruled that former Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld can be sued personally for damages by a former U.S. military contractor who says he was tortured during a nine-month imprisonment in Iraq. The lawsuit lays ...

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First Mariner CEO Edwin Hale gets ready for his next act (access required)

Over his career, First Mariner Bancorp CEO Edwin F. Hale Sr. could be seen as the quintessential Baltimore success story who managed to do the improbable and start his own bank with little more than grit, street smarts and two ...

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Former CareFirst CEO William Jews will receive entire $18M severance (access required)

Former CareFirst Inc. CEO William L. Jews will receive his entire $18 million severance package after the state’s highest court on Monday declined to hear an appeal from the Maryland Insurance Administration. The Court of Appeals’ decision ends a legal ...

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Former Montgomery Co. officer guilty of police database misuse

GREENBELT — A former Montgomery County police officer accused of illegally using computers to help her drug-dealing fiance has pleaded guilty in the case. Thirty-seven-year-old Delores Culmer of Silver Spring pleaded guilty Wednesday to obtaining unauthorized information from protected government ...

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Edwards’ knowledge about spending probed

WASHINGTON — A federal criminal investigation targeting John Edwards is examining how much the two-time presidential candidate knew about money used to cover up his extramarital affair and out-of-wedlock child and whether he had other practices that pushed the bounds ...

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