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  • Trump tax cuts: A 'win' for the GOP, a disaster for the rest of us

    Trump tax cuts: A 'win' for the GOP, a disaster for the rest of us

    With the Senate’s passage of a budget framework on Thursday night, Republicans hope to enact a sweeping overhaul of the tax code by Christmas. What that “sweeping overhaul” entails, however, we don’t really know, except that it cannot possibly live up to all that President Donald Trump has promised....

  • Goldberg: Self-anointed rainmaker Bannon only dances during cloudbursts

    A Washington lobbyist once told me that the first rule of rainmakers is: "If it starts to rain, dance!" In other words, if you're hired to get something done, by all means take credit for it if it happens, even if you had nothing to do with it. Another version of the same principle is Ferris Buellerism....

  • Baltimore doesn't need businesses that are magnets for crime

    Baltimore doesn't need businesses that are magnets for crime

    From the outside, the Mini Market in the 1900 block of Greenmount Avenue appeared to be just another mom-and-pop store struggling to stay afloat and serve the residents of its distressed inner-city neighborhood. But police say that wasn’t all that was going on. In the last eight months officers...

  • How did the Edgewood shooter get the gun?

    How did the Edgewood shooter get the gun?

    Now that police have apprehended Radee Prince, the man accused of killing three co-workers, injuring two others and later shooting a sixth man on Wednesday, we may get some answers about what would lead someone to unleash such a murderous outburst. Mr. Prince had been accused of workplace violence...

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  • Maryland adds 2,400 jobs in September as unemployment falls

    Maryland adds 2,400 jobs in September as unemployment falls

    Maryland added 2,400 jobs in September as the unemployment rate ticked down to 3.8 percent, the U.S. Labor Department said Friday. The state’s jobless rate remained below the national average of 4.2 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor statistics. Maryland was one of 11 states where the jobless...

  • Elon Musk to start hyperloop project in Maryland, officials say

    Elon Musk to start hyperloop project in Maryland, officials say

    Maryland has given transportation pioneer Elon Musk permission to dig tunnels for the high-speed, underground transit system known as a hyperloop that Musk wants to build between New York and Washington. Hogan administration officials said Thursday the state has issued a conditional utility permit...

  • Baltimore apartments aim to win over renters by appealing to their pets

    Baltimore apartments aim to win over renters by appealing to their pets

    Laura Goodell and her fiance didn’t have a dog when they came to Baltimore a year ago for graduate school — yet. The Equitable Building’s rooftop dog run helped sell them on the apartments in a converted former office building. “It was my hope we’d adopt,” Goodell said. “This kind of amenity isn’t...

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  • McCain seems to swipe at Trump with comment on Vietnam 'bone spur' deferments

    McCain seems to swipe at Trump with comment on Vietnam 'bone spur' deferments

    After a week in which President Donald Trump endured not-so-veiled criticisms from his two predecessors as president and Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., McCain delivered another broadside that seems clearly aimed at Trump — in the most personal terms yet. McCain, whose status as a war hero Trump publicly...

  • EPA yanks scientists' conference presentations, including on climate change

    EPA yanks scientists' conference presentations, including on climate change

    The Environmental Protection Agency has instructed two of its scientists and one contractor not to speak as planned at a scientific conference Monday in Providence, Rhode Island, sparking criticism from some academics and congressional Democrats. EPA officials confirmed Sunday that its researchers...

  • Trump joins House GOP call to rally support for Senate budget bill

    Trump joins House GOP call to rally support for Senate budget bill

    President Donald Trump on Sunday afternoon urged House Republicans on a conference call to rally behind a Senate-passed budget bill, touting it as the quickest way to enact sweeping tax cuts later this year without Democratic support. "We are on the verge of doing something very, very historic,"...

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