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The enormous debt owed to slain Baltimore Police Det. Sean Suiter

Editorial: The enormous debt owed to slain Det. Sean Suiter

Our view: Shooting death of Baltimore homicide detective a tragic reminder of the enormous debt this city owes its brave police officers. A veteran Baltimore police officer who suffered a gunshot wound to the head while on duty Wednesday in a notoriously dangerous neighborhood in West Baltimore...

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  • Where's the outrage over mass shootings?

    Where's the outrage over mass shootings?

    Following two of the deadliest shootings in U.S. history — where 26 were killed and 20 injured at a church in Texas this month, and 58 were killed and 546 injured at a concert in Las Vegas the month before — we find ourselves in familiar territory in the gun debate: inaction. Briefly, it looked...

  • Goldberg: Roy Moore's supporters chalk up scandal to conspiracy

    Goldberg: Roy Moore's supporters chalk up scandal to conspiracy

    I'll cut to the chase: I think Roy Moore did it. And I can predict what Moore supporters will say: "Of course you would believe that!" After all, I called for conservatives to repudiate Mr. Moore, the Alabama Republican candidate for the Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions, before the Washington...

  • Cal Thomas: A moving experience

    Cal Thomas: A moving experience

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Evidence that when Democrats rule taxes are never high enough can be found at any gas station in this once politically competitive state. Last month, the California gas tax was raised 12 cents a gallon. Regular gas at some stations is again approaching, and in some cities exceeding,...

  • Witcover: Biden leaves the door open for another run at president

    Witcover: Biden leaves the door open for another run at president

    With a leaderless Democratic Party still trying to pick up the pieces from its shocking defeat at Donald Trump's hands in 2016, it is looking to next year's congressional elections for a comeback as a prelude to the next presidential election. But with Barack Obama in retirement and Hillary Clinton...

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  • Record growth continues at port of Baltimore

    Record growth continues at port of Baltimore

    The port of Baltimore set another record for cargo volume, handling more than half a million more tons of cargo in the first nine months of the year than it ever had before. The Maryland Port Administration reported that its public marine terminals imported and exported just over 8 million tons...

  • Downtown Baltimore's Maryland Life Building sells for $901,000

    Downtown Baltimore's Maryland Life Building sells for $901,000

    The Maryland Life Building on South Street in downtown Baltimore has sold for $901,000 to Acumen Capital LLC, a local investment group. The sale was announced Friday by Brexton Commercial, a Baltimore real estate services firm that represented the buyer. The seller was RREF II SB-MD BTB LCC, which...

  • Maryland unemployment rate stays steady in October

    Maryland unemployment rate stays steady in October

    Maryland lost 5,500 jobs in October though the unemployment rate remained steady at 3.8 percent, the U.S. Labor Department reported Friday. The jobless rate remained below the national average of 4.1 percent, which ticked down from 4.2 percent in September as the employment picture improved in...

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  • Despite three double-digit wins, Maryland needs to cut down on double-digit turnovers

    Despite three double-digit wins, Maryland needs to cut down on double-digit turnovers

    At halftime Wednesday against Butler at Xfinity Center, Maryland held just a seven-point lead despite hitting 17 of 24 shots from the field. The reason? The Terps had been sloppy in committing 11 turnovers. With an offense still adjusting to not having Melo Trimble run it while trying to incorporate...

  • Three stats that stand out ahead of Ravens game against the Packers on Sunday

    Three stats that stand out ahead of Ravens game against the Packers on Sunday

    History appears to favor the Ravens in games following a bye. They are 7-2 against opponents after a week off in the nine years under coach John Harbaugh, and they are 4-0 against teams with winning records. This season, teams coming off a bye are 11-4 overall and 8-4 on the road. The Packers had...

  • Ravens seeking more from crowded tight end corps

    Ravens seeking more from crowded tight end corps

    The meeting room for the Ravens tight ends has sort of a cozy feel to it. Throw in five tight ends of at least 6 feet, 2 inches and 245 pounds, tight ends coach and senior offensive assistant Greg Roman, offensive assistant Andy Bischoff, and sometimes rookie fullback-defensive lineman Patrick...

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  • Coalition urges limit when officers can view own body camera footage

    Coalition urges limit when officers can view own body camera footage

    As more jurisdictions employ the use of body-worn cameras for law enforcement officers, a coalition of civil rights groups is raising concerns about officers’ unrestricted access to view their own footage, saying it can affect their memory of events. The Baltimore County Police Department is among...

  • Troubled Spring Grove lacks required citizens advisory board

    Troubled Spring Grove lacks required citizens advisory board

    State law is clear: Every psychiatric hospital operated by the Maryland Department of Health must have a citizens advisory board to help consult with its administrators. Each does except one — the troubled Spring Grove Hospital Center in Catonsville. By law, the advisory board at Spring Grove is...

  • Debt from Baltimore TIF financing deals expected to grow to nearly $1 billion

    Debt from Baltimore TIF financing deals expected to grow to nearly $1 billion

    Debt owed on tax-increment-financing deals in Baltimore is expected to grow fivefold in the near future, according to new data from the city’s finance department. Currently, nine development deals approved by the city account for about $200 million in city-issued debt. But four newer, larger deals...

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