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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...

  • Trump backs away from border wall money demand as shutdown showdown looms

    Trump backs away from border wall money demand as shutdown showdown looms

    President Donald Trump stepped back Monday from demanding a down payment for his border wall in must-past spending legislation, potentially removing a major obstacle to a bipartisan deal just days ahead of a government shutdown deadline. Trump told a gathering of around 20 conservative media reporters...

  • Trump wants corporate tax rate cut to 15 percent, even if it swells the national debt

    Trump wants corporate tax rate cut to 15 percent, even if it swells the national debt

    President Donald Trump is pursuing a drastic cut in the corporate tax rate, a move that is likely to grow the national debt and breach a long-held Republican goal of curbing federal borrowing. The president has instructed advisers to propose cutting the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 15...

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  • T. Rowe Price Group reports Q1 results up from last year

    T. Rowe Price Group reports Q1 results up from last year

    T. Rowe Price Group Inc. reported a profit of $385.9 million in the first three months of the year, up 27 percent from the January-through-March period last year. Earnings per share rose 36 cents to $1.54, compared to the first quarter of 2015. Adjusted for non-recurring gains, per-share earnings...

  • City Paper names new editor

    City Paper names new editor

    The City Paper has promoted Brandon Soderberg to editor of the free alternative publication, part of the Baltimore Sun Media Group. Soderberg, who had been deputy editor and arts editor, will oversee the print and online editions, the company said Monday. He has been writing for City Paper since...

  • 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...

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  • 'A Short Reunion' is short on substance

    As part of its 10th-anniversary season, Single Carrot Theatre welcomes back alumni — only one original ensemble member remains after these 10 years — for a multi-location production billed as "A Short Reunion." It's not long on substance. Various playwrights whose works have been staged by the company...

  • Outdoor furniture and accents are evolving to be more weather-resistant

    Outdoor furniture and accents are evolving to be more weather-resistant

    Area residents are, increasingly, spending time outdoors. From spring through the warmer months of autumn, the "real" living, dining, kitchen and rec rooms are on the deck, porch, patio, poolside or on a grassy spot in the back or side yard. Obviously, one can't take the leather couch or grandma's...

  • Wedded: Sarah Lynam and Adam Shaub didn't let their career paths become a barrier

    Wedded: Sarah Lynam and Adam Shaub didn't let their career paths become a barrier

    Date: Feb. 25 Her story: Sarah Lynam, 31, was born in Newark, Del., and raised in Bel Air. She works as an OB-GYN in Baltimore and will soon start a fellowship in gynecologic oncology in Buffalo, N.Y. Her mother, Lynn Bayne, lives in Havre de Grace. Her father, Kenneth Lynam, lives in Newark. His...

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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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