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Baltimore removes a stain from our public square

Editorial: Baltimore removes a stain from our public square

After years of foot-dragging, Baltimore is finally rid of its Confederate statues. Their removal in the dead of night — a surprise move by Mayor Catherine Pugh — does not erase the legacy of racism they represented, but it does reflect our rejection of it. Monuments to those who fought to split...

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    Pitts: With this president, subtlety would be the greater sin

    A few words on trash-talking the president. Said words are occasioned by emails from a large number of readers who have noted an increased propensity toward that practice in this space. Many found that rather ironic in light of an admonition that appears in the auto response received by any person...

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    Gauging the real risks and benefits of a medical procedure

    As Republicans assail the Affordable Care Act but find nothing to replace it, as Democrats seek Medicare for all, both are failing to address the most salient problem crippling our health care system: wasteful spending. The Institute of Medicine estimates that we squandered $750 billion in unnecessary...

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    Republicans have a new reason to support Obamacare

    President Donald Trump’s threat to “let Obamacare implode” took on a whole new meaning this week with a report released by the Congressional Budget Office that found such a strategy could lead to, among other things, bigger federal deficits in future years. Congressional Republicans are desperate...

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    Plank gave Trump a pass on racism before, he shouldn't again

    For too many people, President Donald J. Trump’s racism is not a deal-breaker when it comes to supporting him. Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank is but one high-profile example of this phenomenon. Mr. Plank joined Mr. Trump’s business advisory board and praised him in February, stating, “To have such...

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  • Business execs shunned Trump panels before he disbanded them

    Business execs shunned Trump panels before he disbanded them

    President Donald Trump had pushed many of America's top corporate leaders to the breaking point with his inability to decisively condemn white supremacists — so they huddled on an 11:30 a.m. conference call Wednesday. The frustrated members of the White House policy forum — which included executives...

  • Guinness gets liquor license for Baltimore County taproom

    Guinness gets liquor license for Baltimore County taproom

    The Guinness Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House took another step forward as the brewer secured a liquor license for its planned Baltimore County taproom. The Board of Liquor License Commissioners for Baltimore County unanimously approved the on-premise consumption permit, the county said Wednesday....

  • European aluminum maker Constellium to move U.S. offices to downtown Baltimore

    European aluminum maker Constellium to move U.S. offices to downtown Baltimore

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  • New cafe, bar and performance space coming to Motor House

    New cafe, bar and performance space coming to Motor House

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  • Mount Vernon Marketplace covers mural of neighborhood scenes, including Taney statue

    Mount Vernon Marketplace covers mural of neighborhood scenes, including Taney statue

    The Mount Vernon Marketplace has covered an interior mural depicting neighborhood landmarks, including the recently removed Roger B. Taney statue, following the monument’s removal last night. Taney’s likeness, previously located at Mount Vernon Place, was one of four Confederate statues removed...

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    Prime Rib, Loch Bar among most 'charming' places in Baltimore, says InStyle magazine

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    'Bachelor in Paradise' recap: Addressing the controversy ... kind of

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  • Trump defends 'beautiful' Confederate monuments, calls their removal 'sad'

    Trump defends 'beautiful' Confederate monuments, calls their removal 'sad'

    President Donald Trump says it's "Sad to see the history and culture of our great country being ripped apart" with the removal of Confederate statues and monuments around the country. Local and state officials have renewed pushes to remove Confederate imagery from public property since the violence...

  • 'Call your mayor': Sessions tries to blame Chicago's crime on sanctuary city policy

    'Call your mayor': Sessions tries to blame Chicago's crime on sanctuary city policy

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday ripped Chicago for its defiant “sanctuary city” stance against turning over local prisoners for deportation, once again blaming the city’s surge in crime on policies designed to protect immigrants. Speaking in Miami, where county authorities hold prisoners...

  • Trump's isolation grows in the wake of Charlottesville

    Trump's isolation grows in the wake of Charlottesville

    President Donald Trump now finds himself more isolated than ever from his own party, world leaders and the business community that once cautiously embraced him - a fissure that was growing for weeks but turned into a chasm following his response to the racist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia,...

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