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Stories for March 23, 2012
The Mariners are trying to build for the future. Ichiro's next contract and the future control of the club, which has enjoyed remarkable stability of ownership for two decades, are looming as questions.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Art Thiel with the Mariners in Japan: The M's star outfielder is a fashionista. And when he travels home, he has the baggage to prove it.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Exploited home care workers are fighting for better terms and safer conditions. Aging boomers have a stake in the fight -- if they want to grow old gracefully and avert a Medicare meltdown.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
In the way of drama, not a lot happens in "Lark Eden," but the actresses on stage deliver an authentic and respectful portrayal of a whole generation of women.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Winners and losers: Romney is Etch-ed; Newt gets sensitive; sympathy for the sergeant in Afghan case
Romney's pattern: Do a face-plant in the middle of every victory lap. But at least he's moving forward, while Gingrich and Santorum stumble even when standing still.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Washington ended up with the nation's third largest pot of high-speed rail dollars. Or should it be called "high-performance rail" money?READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
An enthralling new documentary about the world's most celebrated living painter, the protean virtuoso Gerhard Richter.READ MORE COMMENT NOW