Anti-gay crime walk draws 600; Va. named ‘best state to make a living’ (A.M. Buzz)

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A silent walk protesting anti-gay crimes drew about 600 people in D.C. Tuesday. Their 2.6-mile march started at a restaurant in Columbia Heights, where a hate crime left a gay man critically wounded.

Virginia has been named the “best state to make a living” by personal finance Web site MoneyRates.com. The site awarded Virginia the top spot for higher-than-expected revenue and a drop in the unemployment rate.

UMBC is quietly leading a revolution in science education. The University of Maryland Baltimore County has built a reputation for teaching that is comparable to the nation’s elite universities.


View Photo Gallery: The University of Maryland Baltimore County has built a reputation for teaching that rivals the higher education elite.

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