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  • Crowd-working for Amazon took a physical and psychological toll for one woman

    Crowd-working for Amazon took a physical and psychological toll for one woman

    Most people know about Amazon. Fewer know about Mechanical Turk, the crowd-work platform Amazon owns and runs. It’s a website where workers (“Turkers”) can find jobs, and employers (“requesters”) post them. Jobs are anything one might do on a computer that a computer cannot do alone — tagging photos,...

  • Afghanistan surge is about regime change in Iran

    Afghanistan surge is about regime change in Iran

    The Islamic State has taken another hostage — and he was reading to America from a teleprompter in an expensive suit and blue tie Monday evening at the Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall near Arlington National Cemetery. Apparently there are some things that simply are more powerful than the president...

  • Reich: Trump is on the road to irrelevance

    Reich: Trump is on the road to irrelevance

    We have endured Donald Trump for seven months. In that brief time he has almost single-handedly destroyed the moral authority of the presidency of the United States at home and abroad, brought us to the brink of a nuclear war without consulting anyone, and sown division and hatred across the land....

  • Stop acting surprised by extremism, America

    Stop acting surprised by extremism, America

    Ever wonder what goes through the extremist minds of those who join ISIS? Those who have distanced themselves from sanity? Those who shut out the words of others with whom they disagree? Those who make videos with violent imagery and scary symbols? Those who speak openly about harming specific...

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  • Seasons opens kosher supermarket in Pikesville

    Seasons opens kosher supermarket in Pikesville

    Seasons, a New York-based kosher supermarket chain, opened its newest grocery store Tuesday in PIkesville. The specialty grocer had announced plans more than two years ago to expand to Maryland. It opened its first store in the state in a former Office Depot on Reisterstown Road, just inside the...

  • Whole Foods shareholders approve $13.7 billion Amazon deal

    Whole Foods shareholders approve $13.7 billion Amazon deal

    Whole Foods shareholders voted to bless a union with Amazon that the organic grocery chain’s CEO called “love at first sight.” The approval from Whole Foods shareholders on Wednesday is one of the steps required to close the deal. It also needs the go-ahead from government regulators. Seattle-based...

  • Altimmune moving to new headquarters

    Altimmune moving to new headquarters

    Altimmune, a Montgomery County-based biotechnology company, is moving to larger headquarters to accommodate new employees and anticipated growth following its merger with like-minded Annapolis firm PharmAthene. The company is expected to move into its new, 14,000-square-foot facility at 910 Clopper...

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  • 'Bachelor in Paradise' recap: Dean drama

    'Bachelor in Paradise' recap: Dean drama

    Today’s “Bachelor in Paradise” recap is brought to you from an RV in the middle of Tennessee. I’m not sure what it says about our society and my priorities that I am able and willing to bring you all the latest “BIP” gossip from a 7,000-pound motor vehicle riding up Interstate 81 at 60 mph, but...

  • Stanford Kitchen to open in Owings Mills

    Stanford Kitchen to open in Owings Mills

    A new spinoff of Stanford Grill is moving into the former Stone’s Cove Kitbar building in Owings Mills. Stanford Kitchen is slated to open early next year in the Boulevard College Center at 10997 Owings Mills Blvd. Seating 130 guests across 4,200 square feet, Stanford Kitchen will serve American...

  • Future celebrates rawer side of his catalog at Royal Farms Arena

    Future celebrates rawer side of his catalog at Royal Farms Arena

    There are prolific artists, and then there’s Future, the Atlanta rapper whose tireless approach to recording has made the 33-year-old a star and one of the genre’s most indelible voices working today. Beyond the volume of material — six studio albums and nearly 20 authorized mixtapes since the...

  • Zurawik: I never want to see another town hall after CNN's with Paul Ryan

    Zurawik: I never want to see another town hall after CNN's with Paul Ryan

    I love the role TV town halls can play in enlarging our democracy. But after 15 minutes of listening to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan shamelessly trying to spin away the failures of the Republican Congress and White House Monday on CNN, I never want to see one again. I don’t want anyone to think...

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  • Maryland Democrats request details on Jared Kushner apartment holdings in state

    Maryland Democrats request details on Jared Kushner apartment holdings in state

    Congressional Democrats from Maryland are asking for thousands of pages of documents to review the business practices of the apartment rental company owned by Jared Kushner, son-in-law and senior adviser to President Donald Trump. In a letter Friday, Sens. Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen and Reps....

  • Baltimore day care remains closed following death of 8-month-old

    Baltimore day care remains closed following death of 8-month-old

    Following the death of an infant in May, the Rocket Tiers Learning Center in Baltimore remains under emergency suspension as the Maryland State Department of Education investigates whether the facility is safe for children. The center had appealed the suspension, but it was recently upheld after...

  • Baltimore to pay $3.9 million to help clean up pollution from dump site

    Baltimore to pay $3.9 million to help clean up pollution from dump site

    Baltimore officials agreed this week to pay $3.9 million to help clean up hazardous pollution from a dump site in East Baltimore. The Board of Estimates, which is controlled by Mayor Catherine Pugh, voted Wednesday to enter into a consent decree with the federal government and state of Maryland...

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