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Baltimore tops 100 homicides before end of April for first time in two decades

For the first time in nearly 20 years, Baltimore reached 100 homicides for the year before the end of the April. Three new cases Monday pushed the number of victims counted for 2017 to 101. Among them was a fatal shooting near the Inner Harbor before daybreak Monday. As police discussed that case...

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  • Trump has fulfilled only 10 of 38 promises in first 100 days

    Trump has fulfilled only 10 of 38 promises in first 100 days

    Sure enough, the big trans-Pacific trade deal is toast, climate change action is on the ropes and various regulations from the Obama era have been scrapped. It's also a safe bet President Donald Trump hasn't raced a bicycle since Jan. 20, keeping that vow. Add a Supreme Court justice — no small...

  • U.S. defense chief arrives in Kabul as Afghan defense minister resigns in disgrace

    U.S. defense chief arrives in Kabul as Afghan defense minister resigns in disgrace

    Defense Secretary Jim Mattis arrived for a surprise visit to Afghanistan on Monday as the Trump administration considers boosting U.S. military support for a conflict that commanders say has degenerated into a stalemate. The visit, Mattis' first as defense secretary, comes just days after a devastating...

  • Democrats say Trump can avert shutdown risk if he relents on border wall

    Democrats say Trump can avert shutdown risk if he relents on border wall

    President Donald Trump could avert the risk of a government shutdown next weekend by stepping back from his demand that lawmakers fund his promised border wall with Mexico in a must-pass spending bill, Congress' two top Democrats said Monday. "If the president stepped out of it, we could get a...

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  • America's manliest industries are all competing for women

    America's manliest industries are all competing for women

    Baby boomers are retiring in droves, vacating construction sites and body shops and 18-wheelers. Now America's male-dominated industries, faced with a looming worker shortage, are trying to tap talent that has traditionally found such working conditions hostile: women. The Iron Workers union this...

  • Maryland lost 7,200 jobs in March, even as workforce grew

    Maryland lost 7,200 jobs in March, even as workforce grew

    After three months of significant job gains, Maryland lost 7,200 jobs in March even as more people joined the workforce, according to the latest federal jobs report. While the growing pool of people working or looking for work indicates rising confidence in the economy, economists said, the new...

  • Amid groundswell in cybersecurity courses, novel UMD seminar permits students to hack campus network

    Amid groundswell in cybersecurity courses, novel UMD seminar permits students to hack campus network

    The young men and a lone woman arrive in dark T-shirts with logos for "Digital Forensics" and "Major League Hacking." They unzip sleeves to razor-thin laptops, plug into the lab monitors, and commence an assault that in another place and time could send them to jail. Their assignment: hack their...

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  • Tian's Teriyaki closing at Cross Street Market

    Tian's Teriyaki closing at Cross Street Market

    Tian’s Teriyaki at Cross Street Market is closing as its owner prepares to leave the country to care for a sick relative. Gang Li, who owns and operates the teriyaki stall, said in a news release that he plans to return to China to care for an ailing family member. He will end his lease at the...

  • 'Real Housewives of Potomac' recap: Things are picking up ... maybe

    'Real Housewives of Potomac' recap: Things are picking up ... maybe

    After last week’s episode of “The Real Housewives of Potomac,” I said I wanted more a la Reese Witherspoon screaming in her car in “Big Little Lies.” This week I can say, we took some baby steps. Gizelle’s mom visits from Houston. Gizelle says when her parents divorced, her mom moved back to Houston...

  • Baltimore farmers' market opens 40th season Sunday

    Baltimore farmers' market opens 40th season Sunday

    For Jen Pahl-Early, Sunday services begin with smells of barbecue. Her sanctuary lies beneath the Jones Falls Expressway. Her choir is a fiddle band. "This is like our church," Pahl-Early said Sunday at the bustling Baltimore Farmers' Market and Bazaar. The sixth-generation farmer sold her pork...

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  • A government shutdown? Seriously?

    A government shutdown? Seriously?

    As a political weapon, a government shutdown is a bit like self-immolation — it certainly demonstrates a commitment to one's cause, but there's no real victory possible for participants. The last shutdown was back in 2013 when Barack Obama, a Democrat, was president, and Republicans controlled...

  • Bill O'Reilly: Fall of a news icon

    Bill O'Reilly: Fall of a news icon

    The firing of Fox News provocateur Bill O'Reilly has been covered by the general news business as if he was the cable fraternity's equivalent of Edward R. Murrow or Walter Cronkite. He was neither, although he did take on some major liberal organizations like the American Civil Liberties Union...

  • My life as a foster child

    My life as a foster child

    My life as a foster child began on Dec. 4, 2001. On that day, my little sister and I stood alone in court, having been abandoned by our parents, and abused and neglected by relatives. We were 11 and 13. The judge placed my sister and me in foster care in Prince George's County and made us the first...

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