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    Trump to order review of national monuments

    President Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order Wednesday directing his interior secretary to review the designation of tens of millions of acres of land as "national monuments," an action that could upend protections put in place in Utah and other states as Trump tries to rack up accomplishments...

  • House Freedom Caucus leaders back new health care plan

    House Freedom Caucus leaders back new health care plan

    White House officials and several Republican lawmakers claimed Tuesday they were nearing a deal on health-care legislation with the House Freedom Caucus, with at least three leading figures in the hard-line group ready to support an overhaul after the dramatic collapse of talks last month. Reps....

  • Federal judge blocks Trump order to withhold sanctuary city money

    Federal judge blocks Trump order to withhold sanctuary city money

    A federal judge on Tuesday blocked any attempt by the Trump administration to withhold funding from "sanctuary cities" that do not cooperate with U.S. immigration officials, saying the president has no authority to attach new conditions to federal spending. U.S. District Judge William Orrick issued...

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  • Online grocer Peapod teams with Baltimore-based meal planning website DinnerTime

    Online grocer Peapod teams with Baltimore-based meal planning website DinnerTime

    DinnerTime, a Baltimore-based meal planning technology company, has teamed with online grocer Peapod, allowing shoppers to have the ingredients for their meals delivered. The DinnerTime app, started in 2010 by co-founders Laura and Charlie Moore, creates customized meal plans and shopping lists...

  • T. Rowe Price Group reports Q1 results up 27 percent

    T. Rowe Price Group reports Q1 results up 27 percent

    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 at the Baltimore-based investment management company rose to $1.54, up 36 cents compared to the first quarter of 2016....

  • Developer backs out of residential project in Elkridge, leaving 'a road to nowhere'

    Developer backs out of residential project in Elkridge, leaving 'a road to nowhere'

    A developer is backing out on plans for 20 single-family houses in Elkridge, leaving local lawmakers with the thorny question of whether or not to undo legislation that created a public road to allow the development to move forward. Sang Oh, a land use attorney representing Meadowlark LLC, the...

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  • Free speech v. Ann Coulter

    Free speech v. Ann Coulter

    Ann Coulter is the equivalent of a "shock jock," a larger-than-life personality who is deliberately offensive and provocative and who taunts, goads, mocks and generally acts like a PG-13-rated Howard Stern. That she claims to eschew liberalism and promote politically conservative views is almost...

  • What would it cost for Balto. Co. to enforce federal immigration law?

    What would it cost for Balto. Co. to enforce federal immigration law?

    The three Republicans on the Baltimore County Council want to require the county to participate in a federal program that deputizes local jail employees to act as de facto immigration agents. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, who has promised to veto the legislation if it ever reaches his desk,...

  • Complacency after Baltimore's uprising

    Complacency after Baltimore's uprising

    My son was six years old the first time that he realized that he was black. He was in the first grade, attending a Baltimore City independent school, and one day, during recess, the boys in his class decided to make-up a game called, "Let's Get the Black Boy." Given that he was the only black boy...

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