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  • The bad economics of Trump's bad immigration policy

    The bad economics of Trump's bad immigration policy

    The Trump-produced horror show at the U.S. border represents the rock-bottom of American responses to the challenge of immigration — a cruel and immoral abuse of children for midterm political gain by a cynical president — but it comes at the end of a long, tortured road. For 30 years, since President...

  • Keeping children with families isn't a partisan issue, it's a human rights issue

    Keeping children with families isn't a partisan issue, it's a human rights issue

    When I was 7, gunmen shot at my father’s car as he frantically tried to drive away. When I was 12, a masked robber pointed a rifle at my head inside my favorite restaurant, while other robbers aimed rifles at my family as my parents handed over our valuables. When I was 16, my mother’s friend was...

  • O.J. Brigance on living with ALS: 'my eyes are everything'

    O.J. Brigance on living with ALS: 'my eyes are everything'

    I have ALS, also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or Lou Gehrig’s disease. Named for the famous baseball player, it’s a neuro-degenerative disorder. But I’m not here to discuss the scientific details behind ALS. I’m here to talk about living in spite of ALS, and to give you an inside glimpse...

  • Robert B. Reich: Why the only answer is to break up the biggest Wall Street banks

    Robert B. Reich: Why the only answer is to break up the biggest Wall Street banks

    Federal bank regulators are proposing to allow Wall Street more freedom to make riskier bets with federally insured bank deposits -- such as the money in your checking and savings accounts. Watch your wallets. The new proposal waters down the so-called "Volcker Rule" (named after former Federal...

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  • Domino's Pizza fixing potholes is an ominous sign

    Domino's Pizza fixing potholes is an ominous sign

    I recently noticed a string of interesting news stories, all with the same theme. Domino's Pizza is donating money to 20 U.S. cities, to be used for fixing potholes and cracked roads. Salesforce has donated $1.5 million to reduce homelessness in San Francisco, and its CEO, Marc Benioff, has spoken...

  • United CEO on transporting migrant children separated from parents: 'We want no part of it'

    United CEO on transporting migrant children separated from parents: 'We want no part of it'

    United Airlines and American Airlines are asking federal officials not to use their aircraft to transport children separated from their parents due to enforcement of U.S. immigration policy. The airlines’ comments came after reports that commercial airlines had been used to transport children affected...

  • Loews Annapolis Hotel under contract for sale

    Loews Annapolis Hotel under contract for sale

    The Loews Annapolis Hotel is under contract to be sold to Adventurous Journeys Capital and rebranded under the firm’s Graduate Hotel series popping up in college markets across the country. AJ Capital, a Chicago-based real estate investment firm, made an unsolicited offer to Loews. The company...

  • AMC Theatres unveils $20-a-month rival to MoviePass

    AMC Theatres unveils $20-a-month rival to MoviePass

    AMC Theatres, the world's largest movie theater chain, on Wednesday unveiled a $20-a-month subscription service to rival the flagging MoviePass. The theater chain announced a new service to its loyalty program, AMC Stubs, allowing subscribers to see up to three movies a week for a monthly fee of...

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  • Baltimore County's Poke Bowl to open two locations in Baltimore this summer

    Baltimore County's Poke Bowl to open two locations in Baltimore this summer

    Poke Bowl, an Asian and Hawaiian fast-casual restaurant with multiple locations in Maryland, will open two locations in Baltimore this summer. Current plans call for the Federal Hill location at 1040 Light St., formerly a Subway, to open sometime in July, with a downtown restaurant located at 10...

  • Ocean City's Seacrets named top beach bar by Daily Meal

    Ocean City's Seacrets named top beach bar by Daily Meal

    Seacrets, one of Ocean City’s most popular destinations, is also one of the top 25 beach bars in the country, according to The Daily Meal. The list applauds Seacrets’ spring break feel and calls the bar and restaurant a “lively waterfront behemoth.” Seacrets’ multiple music stages and signature...

  • Play about Donny Hathaway will return to Center Stage

    Play about Donny Hathaway will return to Center Stage

    "Twisted Melodies," a one-man play about the difficult life of soul artist Donny Hathaway, was such a hit with audiences last year at Baltimore Center Stage that its run was extended. If you missed it, or want to experience it again, another chance is coming. The play, written and superbly performed...

  • Auditions for 'The Bachelor' and 'The Bachelorette' at Live Casino & Hotel on Thursday

    Auditions for 'The Bachelor' and 'The Bachelorette' at Live Casino & Hotel on Thursday

    Looking for love with an unconventional beginning? Follow in the footsteps of Johns Hopkins alumna Taylor Nolan and Baltimore native Eric Bigger on the dating reality TV show route. ABC’s “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” will host an open call at the Live Center Stage, located in the Live...

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  • Why Republicans have long wanted to shut Education Department

    Analysis: Why Republicans have long wanted to shut Education Department

    On April 4, 2016, Fox host Sean Hannity asked Donald Trump if he would eliminate any federal departments if he were to become president. Trump responded by saying that the Department of Education "is massive and it can be largely eliminated." Actually, it is the smallest Cabinet-level department...

  • At raucous rally, Trump touts hawkish immigration plans

    At raucous rally, Trump touts hawkish immigration plans

    Hours after reversing himself to end the forced separations of migrant families, President Donald Trump returned to the warm embrace of his supporters at a raucous rally Wednesday to defend his hard-line immigration policies while unleashing a torrent of grievances about the media and those investigating...

  • Senate rejects $15B in Trump spending cuts as two Republicans vote 'no'

    Senate rejects $15B in Trump spending cuts as two Republicans vote 'no'

    The Senate on Wednesday rejected billions in spending cuts proposed by the Trump administration as two Republicans joined all Democrats in voting "no." The 48-50 vote rebuffed a White House plan to claw back some $15 billion in spending previously approved by Congress - a show of fiscal responsibility...

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