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Comptroller backs Baltimore as best option for Amazon headquarters

Comptroller backs Baltimore as best option for Amazon headquarters

Democratic Comptroller Peter Franchot on Wednesday joined a chorus of officials praising Baltimore’s Port Covington project as the best way to lure Amazon’s prized new headquarters to Maryland. “Port Covington would be the perfect site for Amazon,” Franchot said during his opening remarks at the...

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  • The health care crisis you don't know about

    The health care crisis you don't know about

    With the apparent resurrection of efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) — also known as Obamacare — health care policy once again is poised to dominate the 2017 Congressional agenda. But throughout the ups and downs of the anti-Obamacare effort this year, another health care...

  • Repeal and replace redux

    Repeal and replace redux

    Just when you thought the Republican plot to destroy the Affordable Care Act had been thwarted, Senate Republicans are angling to swing the ax again. Their new proposal is, if anything, even more draconian than their previous attempts to strip millions of Americans of health insurance coverage....

  • Only morons don't make the wealthy pay taxes

    Only morons don't make the wealthy pay taxes

    National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn, former president of Goldman Sachs, said recently that "only morons pay the estate tax." I'm reminded of President Donald Trump's comment that he didn't pay federal income taxes because he was "smart." And billionaire Leona Helmsley's comment that "only...

  • Who's the madman, Kim or Trump?

    Who's the madman, Kim or Trump?

    President Donald Trump has hurled plenty of harsh words at North Korea before, but nothing approaches his promise at the United Nations today that if forced to defend itself or its allies, the United States would “totally destroy” the country. He did not promise a military response of unprecedented...

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  • Live Baltimore to offer $5,000 incentives during homebuying event

    Live Baltimore to offer $5,000 incentives during homebuying event

    Prospective homebuyers could snag a $5,000 incentive Saturday during Live Baltimore’s “Buying into Baltimore” event. Beginning at 8 a.m. at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, attendees will go on a tour around city neighborhoods including Hunting Ridge, Hanlon-Longwood, Edmondson Village, Rognel...

  • Chemical company will investigate acid leak in South Baltimore

    Chemical company will investigate acid leak in South Baltimore

    Officials from Solvay USA Inc. launched an investigation Tuesday into a toxic acid leak at the company’s chemical plant in South Baltimore’s Fairfield industrial area. After a cloud of chlorosulfonic acid escaped into the air Monday morning as a tank truck was being unloaded, nearby workers and...

  • FCC requests additional information on Sinclair Broadcast deal to acquire Tribune Media

    FCC requests additional information on Sinclair Broadcast deal to acquire Tribune Media

    Federal regulators are asking Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. to show how it plans to comply with TV station ownership limits after it completes its proposed $3.9 billion takeover of Tribune Media Co. The Federal Communications Commission said it needs that and other information to determine whether...

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