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Gang leader called top 'trigger puller' gets life sentence

A man who prosecutors called Baltimore's "number one trigger puller" has been sentenced to life in prison for a gang conspiracy involving drug trafficking and killings.

Joe Flacco Is Reportedly Headed to the Broncos. But Mum Is the Word.

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

The deal, which can’t be announced until next month, will result in Flacco taking over for Case Keenum. It also cements Lamar Jackson as the starter in Baltimore.

American priest in East Timor embroiled in abuse scandal

A church official says an American missionary who was a hero in East Timor for founding children's shelters that have operated for more than two decades has been expelled from his Catholic congregation after admitting to sexual abuse of minors.

American priest in East Timor embroiled in abuse scandal

A church official says an American missionary who was a hero in East Timor for founding children's shelters that have operated for more than two decades has been expelled from his Catholic congregation after admitting to sexual abuse of minors.

Frank Robinson, Hall of Fame Slugger and First Black Manager, Dies at 83

By RICHARD GOLDSTEIN

An intense player at the plate, he hit 586 home runs and made history when he took the helm of the Cleveland Indians in 1975.

Frank Robinson, Hall of Fame Slugger and First Black Manager, Dies at 83

By RICHARD GOLDSTEIN

An intense player at the plate, he hit 586 home runs and made history when he took the helm of the Cleveland Indians in 1975.

Baltimore Will Stop Prosecuting Marijuana Possession Cases

By SHAILA DEWAN

Marlyn Mosby, Baltimore’s top prosecutor, says she will no longer prosecute marijuana possession cases and will vacate thousands of convictions. The police disagree.

Saints 20, Eagles 14: Drew Brees Leads Saints Out of Hole, Past Eagles and to the N.F.C. Championship

By KEN BELSON

Brees threw an interception on his first pass, and New Orleans fell behind, 14-0. But the Saints reeled off 20 straight points to oust the defending Super Bowl champions.

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