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  • Pitts: What is wrong with Trump?

    Pitts: What is wrong with Trump?

    So here we are, six months later. How time has trudged. But the calendar does not lie. We are half a year through the Trump Era. And, contrary to his signature promise, America seems less great by the day. Nor are his other promises faring particularly well. There is no sign of progress on that...

  • Following Murray Kempton's example

    Following Murray Kempton's example

    This year is chock-a-block with centennial celebrations. It is the anniversary of the Russian Revolution and President John F. Kennedy’s birth. In researching some material for Boys’ Latin School, where I teach history, I came across another centennial for a lesser known individual, an alumnus...

  • Westeros on the Potomac

    Westeros on the Potomac

    Our view: Well-established ethical norms have been all but ignored by Donald Trump; it’s time to set some tougher rules In “Game of Thrones,” the popular HBO series that returned for a seventh season this week, the kings and queens of mythical Westeros have a brazen disregard for anything that...

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  • Anne Arundel Council weighs resolution on BWI flight patterns

    Anne Arundel Council weighs resolution on BWI flight patterns

    Anne Arundel County Council members could join federal, state and local officials debating new flight patterns at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport. The council is considering a resolution that would urge the Federal Aviation Administration, which oversees air traffic control at the airport, to revert...

  • New Under Armour campaign celebrates Misty Copeland and other women athletes

    New Under Armour campaign celebrates Misty Copeland and other women athletes

    Set to poetry, Under Armour has released short videos of five women athletes as part of a new global marketing campaign it calls “Unlike Any.” The featured athletes include ballerina Misty Copeland, long-distance runner Alison Désir, sprinter Natasha Hastings, professional stuntwoman Jessie Graff,...

  • Emergent BioSolutions to acquire anthrax treatment, move manufacturing to Baltimore

    Emergent BioSolutions to acquire anthrax treatment, move manufacturing to Baltimore

    Emergent BioSolutions, a Gaithersburg-based drug maker with facilities in Baltimore, has acquired a drug used to treat anthrax from GlaxoSmithKline in a deal worth up to $96 million. Under the deal announced Wednesday, Emergent will pay $76 million cash upfront and up to $20 million in product...

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  • Flying Dog Brewery, University of Maryland announce partnership focused on hops production

    Flying Dog Brewery, University of Maryland announce partnership focused on hops production

    In the craft-beer industry, the majority of hops — the flowers used in production that add bitterness and aroma to the product — come from the Pacific Northwest region. Could Maryland, too, be a fertile region for hops? That’s what Frederick’s Flying Dog Brewery and the University of Maryland’s...

  • Artscape headliner Sheila E. wants to 'pull this country together' through protest songs

    Artscape headliner Sheila E. wants to 'pull this country together' through protest songs

    Last year, the singer-songwriter and percussionist Sheila E. was busy working on two albums — a dance record and a tribute to her longtime friend and collaborator Prince — but neither felt completely right at the time. Her mind kept coming back to the polarized state of American discourse, exacerbated,...

  • Artscape logos through the years

    Artscape logos through the years

    As Artscape has evolved over the years, so has its logo. Take a look at the festival's logos from 1982 to 2017.  

  • Local studio wins World of Dance competition

    Local studio wins World of Dance competition

    It can be hard to find Savage Dance. The dance company is located in Eldersburg off of Md. 26 and Klee Mill Road, surrounded by car lots and auto body shops. But while the studio may be hidden, its dance company is bringing it plenty of attention. The company recently went to New Jersey to participate...

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  • Sen. John McCain diagnosed with aggressive type of brain cancer

    Sen. John McCain diagnosed with aggressive type of brain cancer

    Arizona Sen. John McCain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee with a well-known maverick streak that often vexes his GOP colleagues, has been diagnosed with a brain tumor, his office said in a statement Wednesday. The 80-year-old lawmaker has glioblastoma, an aggressive cancer, according to...

  • Trump blasts Sessions in NYT interview for recusing himself from Russia probe

    Trump blasts Sessions in NYT interview for recusing himself from Russia probe

    President Donald Trump harshly criticized his attorney general and one of his most loyal supporters, Jeff Sessions, for recusing himself from the ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, indicating that he regretted the choice. In an interview with the New York Times...

  • Trump's embrace of Russia making top advisers wary

    Trump's embrace of Russia making top advisers wary

    President Donald Trump's persistent overtures toward Russia are placing him increasingly at odds with his national security and foreign policy advisers, who have long urged a more cautious approach to dealing with the foreign adversary. The uneasy dynamic between the president and top aides has...

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