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  • Elephants' reprieve: How about the rest of the animal kingdom?

    Elephants' reprieve: How about the rest of the animal kingdom?

    There is no shortage of cute elephant videos on YouTube, and the millions of views they’ve recorded demonstrate why. Elephants are exceptionally smart. They can use tools. They respond to the human voice, and they demonstrate empathy toward other creatures. And, frankly, there are few sights more...

  • Gratitudinal, or what to say on a holiday about which everything interesting, and lots that's not, has already been said

    Gratitudinal, or what to say on a holiday about which everything interesting, and lots that's not, has already been said

    As our national discourse plunges daily toward new lows of debasement, it would be tempting to offer up a Thanksgiving editorial calling on the nation to return to decency, wholesomeness and all else that the holiday implies. But we're figuring you're about as stuffed with politics as you're about...

  • Pitts: The diversionary tactics of a child president

    Pitts: The diversionary tactics of a child president

    Call it the politics of "I know you are, but what am I?" It is a form of "reasoning" that could not be more puerile, infantile, juvenile. So it very much appeals to Donald Trump. You got an example in last year's final presidential debate, when Hillary Clinton called him a "puppet" of Russian president...

  • Robert B. Reich: We're now seeing a backlash against the bullies

    Robert B. Reich: We're now seeing a backlash against the bullies

    Why are so many women now speaking out about the sexual abuses they've experienced for years? Is there anything unique about the time we're now living through that has encouraged them to end their silence? I can't help but think that their decisions are part of something that's happening throughout...

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  • Davon Fleming calls Baltimore 'a city on the rise,' advances on 'The Voice'

    Davon Fleming calls Baltimore 'a city on the rise,' advances on 'The Voice'

    Baltimore’s Davon Fleming continues to impress on NBC’s “The Voice,” advancing to next week’s round of 11. Fleming, 25, who was raised in Park Heights, was one of 10 singers who advanced Tuesday night thanks to the earlier votes of “The Voice” viewers. He was also the first contestant interviewed...

  • Blue Moon Cafe adding over a dozen types of French toast as part of expanded menu

    Blue Moon Cafe adding over a dozen types of French toast as part of expanded menu

    Breakfast fans, particularly of the French toast persuasion, rejoice. Blue Moon Cafe and Blue Moon Too, the popular breakfast eateries in Fells Point and Federal Hill, respectively, are unveiling 16 new menu items this month, including more than a dozen types of French toast. Highlights include:...

  • Kevin Hart, Baltimore native Eniko Parrish welcome baby boy

    Kevin Hart, Baltimore native Eniko Parrish welcome baby boy

    Kevin Hart has announced the birth of his son, Kenzo Kash Hart. The comedian writes on social media that the baby was born early Tuesday morning. He adds that the boy is "healthy & already smiling." Hart and his wife, Eniko Parrish, a Baltimore native, announced on Mother's Day that she was expecting...

  • Hampden's Miracle on 34th Street named 'most outrageous Christmas lights' in Maryland

    Hampden's Miracle on 34th Street named 'most outrageous Christmas lights' in Maryland

    With the holidays near, ’tis the season for dazzling lights displays. Luckily, if you live in Baltimore, you don’t have to go far to see Maryland’s best. Financial news and opinion website 24/7 Wall St. has named Baltimore’s Miracle on 34th Street the best place to see holiday lights on its list,...

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  • Trump tells troops 'We're really winning' against foes

    Trump tells troops 'We're really winning' against foes

    President Donald Trump thanked U.S. troops for their service on Thursday, assuring them "we're really winning" against America's foes as he celebrated Thanksgiving at his private club in Florida and provided lunch for Coast Guard men and women on duty for the holiday. Using the occasion to talk...

  • Trump replies 'MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!' to tweet about his attacks on African-Americans

    Trump replies 'MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!' to tweet about his attacks on African-Americans

    President Donald Trump kicked off Thanksgiving Day by replying to a tweet that said his latest Twitter feud is part of a racist pattern of attacking prominent African-Americans. Trump's response, tweeted at about 6:30 a.m.: "MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!" The tweet that prompted the response from the...

  • Republicans push hard on GOP tax plan, but voters just aren't that into it

    Republicans push hard on GOP tax plan, but voters just aren't that into it

    Republicans are investing enormous amounts of political capital and dollars to pump up support for the GOP tax overhaul in a risky, last-ditch legislative undertaking ahead of next year’s midterm election. President Trump is promoting the bill as a Christmas present for the American people, and...

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  • Coalition urges limit on when officers can view own body camera footage

    Coalition urges limit on when officers can view own body camera footage

    As more police departments use body cameras, a coalition of civil rights groups is raising concerns about officers’ unrestricted access to view their own footage, saying it can affect their memory of events. The Baltimore County Police Department is among the agencies that allow the practice, according...

  • Lengthy terms, discipline process cloak Maryland judges from scrutiny

    Lengthy terms, discipline process cloak Maryland judges from scrutiny

    Baltimore’s highest-ranking judge faces removal for misconduct. City judges are criticized for their handling of gun cases during a record spike in violent crime. And landlord-tenant judges are undergoing retraining after multiple studies found them misapplying housing laws. Amid the recent string...

  • Troubled Spring Grove lacks required citizens advisory board

    Troubled Spring Grove lacks required citizens advisory board

    State law is clear: Every psychiatric hospital operated by the Maryland Department of Health must have a citizens advisory board to help consult with its administrators. Each does except one — the troubled Spring Grove Hospital Center in Catonsville. By law, the advisory board at Spring Grove is...

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