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  • The road to 10,000 families
    The road to 10,000 families

    The fact that the Census Bureau estimates a slight decline in Baltimore's population in the year that ended July 1, 2014, isn't the death knell of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's ambitious goal to attract 10,000 families to the city in a decade. The yearly estimates are just that —...

  • Baltimore's crane drain
    Baltimore's crane drain

    Hats off to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and other top city officials for not blowing their tops when word came down last week that language included in the Senate's version of the state budget package would give a $2 million tax break to Ports America Chesapeake — all of it coming...

  • The people's representatives should be elected
    The people's representatives should be elected

    Members of Congress don't always complete their terms due to factors like death, a new job and scandal. When a House seat becomes vacant, the Constitution requires an election to fill it, and every House member has been elected. The 17th amendment established direct election of Senators as...

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  • More Md. schools opening food pantries
    More Md. schools opening food pantries

    Josh Sanders, 33, sat in a chair in the corner of the cafeteria at Featherbed Lane Elementary, still in his work clothes, as his two daughters bounced from table to table, putting juice and snacks in a bag to take home.

  • American who contracted Ebola improves, in serious condition
    American who contracted Ebola improves, in serious condition

    BETHESDA, Md. — Doctors say an American health care worker who contracted Ebola while volunteering in a Sierra Leone treatment unit has improved to serious condition at the National Institutes of Health.

  • Antarctic ice shelves melting 70% faster, study shows
    Antarctic ice shelves melting 70% faster, study shows

    The frozen fringes of western Antarctica have been melting 70% faster in the last decade, raising concern that an important buttress keeping land-based ice sheets from flowing to the sea could collapse or vanish in coming decades, a new study shows.

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