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O’Malley spending weekend in Iowa

(AP) Gov. Martin O’Malley is set to visit Iowa this weekend to help Democratic candidates. O’Malley spokeswoman Lis Smith says he will be in the state Saturday and Sunday. This is the fourth trip the potential 2016 presidential candidate has ...

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Lawyers for kosher slaughterhouse manager violate rules by contacting jurors

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Defense lawyers for imprisoned former Iowa kosher slaughterhouse manager Sholom Rubashkin violated a court rule by contacting jurors who convicted Rusbashkin of financial fraud, a federal judge ruled Monday. U.S. District Judge Linda Reade said Des ...

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Iowa judge orders porn site to pay $4M in piracy case

IOWA CITY, Iowa — A judge has ordered the operators of a popular pornographic website to pay $4 million for copyright infringement to an Iowa-based adult film company — a ruling that should serve as a deterrent to others who ...

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O’Malley takes a shot at Perry (access required)

Gov. Martin O’Malley, the former mayor of Baltimore, mixed a little pigskin and politics Tuesday in advance of the Sunday’s playoff game between the Houston Texans and his hometown Ravens. Governors and mayors from the states and cities from which ...

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Hopkins introduces new dean, CEO of medicine (access required)

President of the Johns Hopkins University Ronald J. Daniels welcomed on Monday the new dean and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, Paul B. Rothman. Rothman, who comes to Baltimore from the Carver College of Medicine in Iowa, said he wants to help Hopkins continue to be a national leader in health care.

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Baltimore’s public housing agency faces inquiry

WASHINGTON — A U.S. senator says he has started an inquiry into Baltimore’s public housing agency. Sen. Charles Grassley on Thursday sent a letter requesting documents from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. In the letter, the Iowa ...

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