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Ray Lewis drops price of Reisterstown estate to $2.5 million

Ray Lewis drops price of Reisterstown estate to $2.5 million

Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has decreased the original asking price of his 28-acre gated Reisterstown estate by 15 percent, dropping the listed price from $2.95 million to $2.5 million. The roughly 6,600-square-foot Tufton Avenue abode, which was originally listed in late April, has seven...

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  • Golden parachutes in Towson

    Golden parachutes in Towson

    Our view: The County Council needs to step in to rescind a generous severance package policy for Baltimore County’s top paid employees Congratulations to Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz for recognizing that it’s untenable for his chief administrative officer to have signed a policy allowing...

  • Even if you win in arbitration, you still lose

    Even if you win in arbitration, you still lose

    Congress recently began a fast track process to repeal a new rule by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) that protects consumers’ right to band together in class action lawsuits when companies engage in widespread wrongdoing. The saga of the Martin-Bowens of Glen Burnie shows why preserving...

  • Democrats lack a game changer

    Democrats lack a game changer

    Our view: Democrats can’t upstage President Trump with a ‘Better Deal,’ but that’s not necessarily what Americans want or need right now Since Hillary Clinton’s loss last November, Democrats have been unified mostly by one thing — resisting Donald Trump. As unpopular as the nation’s 45th president...

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  • Towson-based chemical distributor acquires competitors in Massachusetts, Texas

    Towson-based chemical distributor acquires competitors in Massachusetts, Texas

    Dunleary Inc., a Towson-based regional specialty chemical distributor, plans to acquire two other regional chemical distributors, Westborough, Mass.-based D. N. Lukens and Dallas-based D & F Distributing, the company announced Monday. Collectively, the three companies sell coatings, adhesives,...

  • German carmakers colluded on diesel controls, technology for decades: report

    German carmakers colluded on diesel controls, technology for decades: report

    Another week, another scare from the German car industry. What began with Daimler's massive recall of more than 3 million diesel cars to lower their emissions, ended on Friday with Audi also embarking on a voluntary recall of 850,000 vehicles. Adding to the spate of bad news was a report in Der...

  • Average U.S. gas prices rise a penny, reversing 11-week trend

    Average U.S. gas prices rise a penny, reversing 11-week trend

    The average price of a gallon of regular-grade gasoline rose about a penny nationally over the past two weeks, to $2.32. Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg of the Lundberg Survey said Sunday that the slight increase comes after 11 weeks of decline. The current price is about 10 cents above where...

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  • Michael Phelps didn't actually race a real shark on TV, and viewers aren't happy

    Michael Phelps didn't actually race a real shark on TV, and viewers aren't happy

    Remember back in December 2014, when Discovery Channel hyped that a man would be eaten and then regurgitated by a giant snake on a special called “Eaten Alive?” Then that didn’t actually happen, and viewers were furious? We bring this up because 57 minutes into Discovery’s heavily promoted Sunday...

  • Artscape 2017

    Artscape 2017

    Artscape, Baltimore's annual free arts festival, runs July 21-23.

  • Michael Phelps falls to great white shark in TV race

    Michael Phelps falls to great white shark in TV race

    Michael Phelps lost his race against a great white shark to kick off Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week” festivities Sunday night, falling by 2 seconds. The special culminated in 56-degree waters off the coast of South Africa, where Phelps, the 23-time Olympic gold medalist who grew up in Rodgers...

  • 'Game of Thrones' episode 2 recap: 'Be a dragon'

    'Game of Thrones' episode 2 recap: 'Be a dragon'

    Things are moving quickly for the lords and ladies and wolves of Westeros. Years of war and strife have torn them apart — and now, war and strife will bring them together. “Stormborn” opens, naturally, with a storm whipping the walls of Dragonstone, where Daenerys Targaryen, Tyrion Lannister and...

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  • Trump administration weighs options to replace Jeff Sessions

    Trump administration weighs options to replace Jeff Sessions

    President Donald Trump and his advisers are privately discussing the possibility of replacing Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and some confidants are floating prospects who could take his place were he to resign or be fired, according to people familiar with the talks. Members of Trump's circle,...

  • Trump urges fellow Republicans to move ahead with health care overhaul

    Trump urges fellow Republicans to move ahead with health care overhaul

    A peeved President Donald Trump browbeat Republican opponents of his party's reeling health care bill Monday, asserting that his predecessor's signature overhaul has meant "death" and saying the Senate's planned faceoff vote is their chance to keep their pledge to repeal it. Senate Majority Leader...

  • Angry lawmaker singles out 'female senators' over health care

    Angry lawmaker singles out 'female senators' over health care

    Passions are running high on Capitol Hill — but pistols at 10 paces over health care? GOP Rep. Blake Farenthold of Texas is angry with some fellow Republicans in the Senate who are balking at parts of legislation to overturn "Obamacare." After GOP promises to repeal the law, that "is just repugnant...

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