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At six days, investigation into Baltimore Police Det. Suiter's killing in uncharted territory

The search for a suspect in the killing of Baltimore Police Det. Sean Suiter entered a sixth day Monday — putting the case in uncharted territory for an agency with a recent track record of quickly apprehending killers of its own. Since 1964, suspects in the killings of city officers have been...

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  • How to judge judges

    How to judge judges

    If there was any Circuit Court judge Baltimore voters might have been expected to have an opinion about, it was Alfred Nance. When he ran for re-election in 2014, he had long since been investigated by the Judicial Disabilities Commission on complaints of inappropriate courtroom behavior and had...

  • Beware all two-headed beasts!

    Beware all two-headed beasts!

  • Republicans don't understand that Americans depend on Obamacare

    Republicans don't understand that Americans depend on Obamacare

    The Grand Old Party remains hung up on the false belief that most Americans don't want Obamacare, despite all evidence to the contrary. Repeated efforts to repeal and replace it having failed, the GOP now wants to include in its new Senate tax reform bill the elimination of the individual mandate,...

  • When 'Glor' became 'Mommy' again

    When 'Glor' became 'Mommy' again

    For the last 30 years or so, I’ve called my mother “Glor,” a shortened form, of her given name, Gloria. I don’t really know exactly how or when it started. It just happened. My father told me not to call my mother by that name, but she said she liked it. So that was how we did it. Daily calls from...

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  • Rehoboth Beach, Del., doubles residential rental tax

    Rehoboth Beach, Del., doubles residential rental tax

    A popular Delaware beach town has voted to double its tax on residential rentals. The City of Rehoboth Beach announced Saturday that its commissioners approved an increase on the rental tax from 3 percent to 6 percent. The tax applies to places like bed and breakfasts, condos, cabins and rentals...

  • Alex. Brown to reopen Annapolis office

    Alex. Brown to reopen Annapolis office

    Alex. Brown, a Baltimore-based subsidiary of financial services company Raymond James, is reopening a wealth management office in Annapolis. The office will be located at the Annapolis Towne Centre at Parole on Somerville Road and will continue to rebuild the legacy investment banking name that...

  • Kevin Plank tells financial commentator that he ‘lost focus’ on Under Armour

    Kevin Plank tells financial commentator that he ‘lost focus’ on Under Armour

    It started when Kevin Plank sent financial commentator Jim Cramer a bottle of rye whiskey from the Sagamore Spirit distillery named for the Baltimore County horse farm that the Under Armour CEO also owns. "I sent back a note saying: 'I thought you were making Under Armour,’” Cramer told TheStreet.com,...

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  • At Ice World, skating lessons aren't just for kids

    At Ice World, skating lessons aren't just for kids

    Aberdeen resident Megan Konetzki grew up taking ice skating lessons, so it was only natural that she’d sign her kids up for skating at Ice World. She never expected she’d be lacing up a pair of skates again. “I didn’t think that it would ever be an option for me to take up lessons as an adult,”...

  • JoRetro taps into the resurgence of Pyrex and other mid-century dishware

    JoRetro taps into the resurgence of Pyrex and other mid-century dishware

    A serendipitous internet search for her grandmother’s set of Pyrex bowls sparked Katie Kracke’s passion for collecting the dishes that were a kitchen staple between the 1940s and 1980s. Kracke, 41, who lives in Jarrettsville, was startled to see hundreds of patterns that spanned decades: “I always...

  • A most unusual Army-Navy football game 75 years ago

    A most unusual Army-Navy football game 75 years ago

    Imagine an Army-Navy football game where the stands are mostly bare. It happened, 75 years ago, in the throes of World War II. On Nov. 28, 1942, the teams played in Annapolis before a sparse crowd of 11,000, a mite less than the year before when nearly 100,000 fans squeezed into Philadelphia’s...

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  • Roy Moore accuser says she was not paid to tell her story

    Roy Moore accuser says she was not paid to tell her story

    A woman accusing Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of initiating sexual contact when she was 14 said Monday she wanted to confront him years ago but didn't because he was powerful and the encounter gutted her self-confidence. She said she came forward to tell her story only after other women agreed...

  • 2nd woman accuses Sen. Al Franken of inappropriate touching

    2nd woman accuses Sen. Al Franken of inappropriate touching

    A second woman has accused Minnesota Sen. Al Franken of inappropriate touching, saying he put his hand on her bottom as they posed for a picture at the Minnesota State Fair in 2010 — after he had begun his career in the Senate. Lindsay Menz told CNN last week for a report broadcast Monday that...

  • Bush administration alums rising in Trump's orbit

    Bush administration alums rising in Trump's orbit

    For all the lingering tensions between President Donald Trump and former President George W. Bush, Trump's White House shares one thing in common with his Republican predecessor's: People. Trump has installed more than three dozen veterans of the Bush administration, putting them in charge of running...

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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 police departments use body cameras, 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 the agencies that allow the practice, according...

  • Lengthy terms, discipline process cloak Maryland judges from scrutiny

    Lengthy terms, discipline process cloak Maryland judges from scrutiny

    Baltimore’s highest-ranking judge faces removal for misconduct. City judges are criticized for their handling of gun cases during a record spike in violent crime. And landlord-tenant judges are undergoing retraining after multiple studies found them misapplying housing laws. Amid the recent string...

  • 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...

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