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  • The medical exam Trump always fails

    The medical exam Trump always fails

  • Goldberg: Why we've let actors become our moral guides

    Goldberg: Why we've let actors become our moral guides

    There's a great scene in the wonderful 1982 movie "My Favorite Year," which is set in 1954. Peter O'Toole plays a semi-washed-up actor named Alan Swann, famous for swashbuckling roles. For reasons too complicated to explain here, Mr. Swann tries to shimmy down the side of a building using a fire...

  • Witcover: Steve Bannon Out; Stephen Miller in

    Witcover: Steve Bannon Out; Stephen Miller in

    Former Trump chief strategist Steve Bannon is out as boss of the Breitbart News website, despite his pledge of continued allegiance to the president. That pledge followed the hullabaloo around Michael Wolff's book, "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House," which contained numerous scathing...

  • Medicaid and work

    Medicaid and work

    When government handouts go to layabouts, it’s not surprising that some people get angry. That’s why imposing a work requirement on trust fund babies, the next-generation of ultra-wealthy, hedge fund managers, big-oil executives and all the others who just scored big on the Republican tax bill...

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  • White Marsh Mall bathroom cam sheds light on rise of security camera use

    White Marsh Mall bathroom cam sheds light on rise of security camera use

    Security specialists urged people to be vigilant about hidden cameras after Baltimore County Police on Thursday arrested a man they say secretly filmed people in a family bathroom at White Marsh Mall. Such incidents remain relatively uncommon, security specialists said, but as technology advances...

  • Cold classrooms, patient dumping: Baltimore tries to put its best foot forward, stumbles

    Cold classrooms, patient dumping: Baltimore tries to put its best foot forward, stumbles

    Kids in parkas, hoods up and huddled together in an unheated school classroom. A woman in a hospital gown, ousted from an emergency room and left at a bus stop on a freezing night. Winter has not been kind to Baltimore, or its already battered image. The photos and videos sped through social media...

  • Vacant warehouse in Halethorpe sells for $13.4 million

    Vacant warehouse in Halethorpe sells for $13.4 million

    A vacant warehouse in Halethorpe recently sold for $13.4 million. The O’Donnell Group acquired the 313,000-square-foot building from Federal Capital Partners, which bought it in 2014 for $11.5 million. The sale, announced Friday by Cushman & Wakefield, which represented the Bethesda-based seller,...

  • The numbers are in: Retailers had the best holiday season in years

    The numbers are in: Retailers had the best holiday season in years

    Finally, some good news for the nation's retailers: Americans spent more than expected this holiday season, fueling the strongest growth in holiday retail sales since the end of the Great Recession. Holiday sales rose to $691.9 billion in November and December, marking a 5.5 percent increase from...

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  • Aziz Ansari responds to allegations of sexual misconduct

    Aziz Ansari responds to allegations of sexual misconduct

    Comedian Aziz Ansari has responded to allegations of sexual misconduct by a woman he dated last year. Ansari said in a statement Sunday that he apologized last year when she told him about her discomfort during a sexual encounter in his apartment he said he believed to be consensual. The woman,...

  • Baltimore chef beats Bobby Flay in Food Network cook-off

    Baltimore chef beats Bobby Flay in Food Network cook-off

    Chef Kiran Patnam became one of the few chefs to actually beat Bobby Flay in his Food Network appearance Thursday night. Patnam, executive sous chef for the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront hotel in Harbor East, competed on a recent episode of “Beat Bobby Flay,” during which he won both rounds of...

  • BSO mixes Saint-Saens with rap, showcases percussive Glass concerto

    BSO mixes Saint-Saens with rap, showcases percussive Glass concerto

    Classical music institutions routinely get charged with being stuck in ruts, overly focused on repeating old repertoire over and over, skittish about stretching boundaries. The latest Baltimore Symphony Orchestra program, full of rapping and pounding, practically shouts, “What ruts? What boundaries?”...

  • Waffle-themed restaurant to open this month in Hampden

    Waffle-themed restaurant to open this month in Hampden

    Waffie, an eatery dedicated to dessert-style waffles, will open on The Avenue in Hampden in January, its co-owners said this week. Minje Suh and Tommy Choe, graduates of University of Maryland, Baltimore County, dreamed up the idea for the restaurant more than a year ago. Suh and Choe, who are...

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