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Baltimore prosecutors plan 3rd trial in ’04 slayings

Baltimore prosecutors said Thursday they will pursue a third trial for two illegal immigrants from Mexico accused in the 2004 deaths of three young relatives. Policarpio Espinoza Perez and Adan Espinoza Canela are serving life sentences in the slayings, but ...

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Rockville-based Vanda Pharmaceuticals partners with Mexican firm

Vanda Pharmaceuticals Inc. of Rockville, a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of products for central nervous system disorders, announced an exclusive licensing agreement with Probiomed S.A. de C.V., a wholly owned pharmaceutical operating unit of Proquifin S.A. ...

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C. Fraser Smith: Gunshots echo across time in Arizona

TOMBSTONE, Ariz. — The talk here in the desert is all about what locals call the monsoons — heavy summer rains that make the flowers bloom. Something about air currents shifting aloft and altering their ability to pick up and ...

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Colorado National Monument offers ‘pocket-size Grand Canyon’

COLORADO NATIONAL MONUMENT, Colo. — Just off Interstate 70 in western Colorado is a 32-square-mile collection of towering red-stone monoliths, deep canyons and a road that cuts through nearly 2 billion years of geology. Colorado National Monument might not get ...

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No Cinco de Mayo? No problem.

You may have read by now that Cinco de Mayo celebrations in Mexico were called off due to the swine flu outbreak in the country. But before your jaws drop, let me reassure you — that doesn’t mean the sky ...

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