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  • An election reform agenda for Maryland's next governor and legislature

    An election reform agenda for Maryland's next governor and legislature

    In Maryland, registering as an “unaffiliated” voter, the term of art for an independent, means throwing away much of your political power. Maryland law allows political parties to hold open primaries — ones in which non-party members can vote — but the Democrats have not done that in recent memory,...

  • Suspected murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi can't be swept under rug

    Suspected murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi can't be swept under rug

    There was much to be disappointed by in President Donald Trump’s “60 Minutes” interview over the weekend, from his curious belief that climate change might reverse itself to his contention that his mocking of alleged sexual assault victim Christine Blasey Ford is immaterial now that “we won” and...

  • Maryland's opioid approach isn't working. Here's what could

    Maryland's opioid approach isn't working. Here's what could

    Clearly, the efforts taken to curb the opioid death rate, however well intended, have not worked. Continuing current policies will bring the same results: more deaths, more disease, more crime and no drop in the opioid death rate. It’s time for a change. I serve on the Maryland legislature’s Joint...

  • Witcover: Trump's unintended public service is getting out the vote

    Witcover: Trump's unintended public service is getting out the vote

    Thanks to President Donald Trump, American voters may flock to the polls in record numbers on Nov. 6 for the next congressional midterm elections. He will not be on the ballot in any of the 435 voting districts, but nevertheless a great many Americans will be casting their ballots to express their...

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  • Mo's Seafood settles workers' claim they were underpaid

    Mo's Seafood settles workers' claim they were underpaid

    A company that operates Mo’s Seafood restaurants has agreed to pay $1 million to settle a claim by 34 former workers that the restaurant chain underpaid them. The seafood company did not admit to liability under the terms of the settlement of the suit, first filed in 2015 in U.S. District Court...

  • Maryland E-ZPass forgiving late penalties during website, phone outage

    Maryland E-ZPass forgiving late penalties during website, phone outage

    Drivers who use the E-ZPass lane still must pay their tolls, but the Maryland Transportation Authority will not issue late penalties to those unable to pay them between last Friday and this Wednesday because of an ongoing outage to the program's website and phones. Notices of tolls due are mailed...

  • HomeGoods will open in former Hunt Valley Sears

    HomeGoods will open in former Hunt Valley Sears

    Discount home decor store HomeGoods is moving into part of a former Sears department store in Hunt Valley. HomeGoods will open a nearly 22,000-square-foot store Sunday within the former Sears space at Hunt Valley Towne Center, at Shawan and York roads. Sears Holdings Corp., parent of the struggling...

  • Mega Millions prize is up to $654M, 4th largest in US history. Here's a look at the 10 largest jackpots.

    Mega Millions prize is up to $654M, 4th largest in US history. Here's a look at the 10 largest jackpots.

    After nearly three months without a winner, the Mega Millions lottery game has climbed to an estimated $654 million jackpot. Unfortunately, even as the big prize for Tuesday night's drawing rises to the fourth-largest lottery prize in U.S. history, the odds of matching all six numbers and winning...

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  • Minnesota Republican Senate candidate Karin Housley once compared Michelle Obama to a 'chimp'

    Minnesota Republican Senate candidate Karin Housley once compared Michelle Obama to a 'chimp'

    Minnesotan Karin Housley, Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate, once compared former first lady Michelle Obama to a "chimp," according to a Facebook posting reported Monday by the Huffington Post. In the 2009 post, Housley opined on the former first lady's posture and compared her to a chimpanzee...

  • Analysis: 6 takeaways from Trump's '60 Minutes' interview

    Analysis: 6 takeaways from Trump's '60 Minutes' interview

    President Donald Trump sat down this weekend for what is an increasingly rare thing: A non-Fox News, nonconservative interviewer peppering him with questions in a full-length interview. Below are six takeaways. Trump is still downplaying Russian interference The latest tack seems to be suggesting...

  • GOP plays blame game while fighting to save House majority

    GOP plays blame game while fighting to save House majority

    Republicans have begun to concede defeat in the evolving fight to preserve the House majority. The party's candidates may not go quietly, but from the Arizona mountains to suburban Denver to the cornfields of Iowa, the GOP's most powerful players this midterm season are actively shifting resources...

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