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  • 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...

  • State Department removes promotion of Trump's Mar-a-Lago from its website

    State Department removes promotion of Trump's Mar-a-Lago from its website

    The U.S. State Department has removed its promotional posting about President Donald Trump's Florida resort, after a storm of ethics criticism Monday.In an April 4 blog post that was republished by several U.S. embassies abroad, Mar-a-Lago was described as "Trump's Florida estate," where he has...

  • 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...

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    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...

  • Under Armour expected to report first-ever operating loss

    Under Armour expected to report first-ever operating loss

    Facing a weak U.S. apparel market, Under Armour is expected to show its first-ever operating loss as a public company when it reports financial results this week, a Stifel analyst said. Analyst Jim Duffy maintained a hold rating on the stock and a target price of $19 per share for the Baltimore-based...

  • Baltimore medical device startup raises $3 million

    Baltimore medical device startup raises $3 million

    Sonavex, a medical device company in Baltimore, has raised $3 million to push the firm through the regulatory approval process for its device to detect blood clots. The round was led by Grey Sky Venture Partners with investments from CRCM Venture Capital, TEDCO, the Abell Foundation and individual...

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  • Ravens draft position-by-position breakdown: Linebacker

    Ravens draft position-by-position breakdown: Linebacker

    Ravens officials frequently call the draft the “lifeblood” of their organization and they put a tremendous amount of time and resources in preparing for it each year. They consistently downplay any outside attempt to place a greater importance on one draft compared to others. However, as this year’s...

  • After losing Destiny Slocum, Terps women land four-star point guard recruit

    After losing Destiny Slocum, Terps women land four-star point guard recruit

    The Maryland women's basketball team made a late addition to its incoming recruiting class Sunday, and it comes at an important position. Four-star point guard Channise Lewis signed with the Terps after visiting College Park earlier this month, giving the team a capable ball-handler after Destiny...

  • Biggest busts in Baltimore sports history

    Biggest busts in Baltimore sports history

    As the Ravens weigh their options in this week's NFL draft, The Sun takes a moment to reflect on the biggest busts in Baltimore sports history.

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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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