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  • Alternative Fact of the Week: Truth is swampier than fiction

    Alternative Fact of the Week: Truth is swampier than fiction

    Our view: This week’s most scandalous admission took place when Mick Mulvaney told the truth As dedicated as the Trump administration may be to prevarication — various national media outlets have President Donald Trump producing lies at a five- or six-lies-a-day clip his first full year in office...

  • Want a politician you can trust? Elect a veteran in November

    Want a politician you can trust? Elect a veteran in November

    The 2018 midterm elections will see a wave of Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans ascend Capitol Hill. As a retired four-star Army general and former U.S. presidential candidate, I think it’s exactly what our country needs. Veterans are running for office in record numbers this year because they...

  • Pitts: America is once again a house divided

    Pitts: America is once again a house divided

    Dear Shania Twain: I used to love "Roseanne." I don't know if that show aired in Canada, where you're from, but here in the States, it was considered appointment TV, groundbreaking and mercilessly funny. That's why I welcomed news of its reboot. But the show ended up sitting on my DVR for weeks....

  • Md. must prioritize worker health and safety

    Md. must prioritize worker health and safety

    With Gov. Larry Hogan's focus on putting Marylanders to work and ensuring our state is "open for business," worker health and safety should be a top priority. But when it comes to protecting the health and safety of the 2.5 million workers across our state, the main cop on the beat, the Maryland...

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  • High-flying home prices seen getting another jolt

    High-flying home prices seen getting another jolt

    The U.S. housing market's storyline for the last several years has been one of steady demand and limited supply, pushing prices ever higher. Now, a new chapter has opened up for the industry and its customers: soaring costs for building materials. Reports on Tuesday underscored both resilient purchase...

  • Legg Mason earnings edge up even as assets under management slide

    Legg Mason earnings edge up even as assets under management slide

    Legg Mason reported Wednesday that its earnings in the final quarter of its fiscal year ended March 31 edged up to $76.3 million. That’s up half a percent from $75.9 million in the January-to-March period last year. Per share earnings, however, were up a dime to 86 cents, reflecting a sharp reduction...

  • Laureate Education sells U.S. health schools for $400 million

    Laureate Education sells U.S. health schools for $400 million

    Laureate Education Inc. will sell its four health education schools that operate under the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences name for $400 million, the Baltimore-based owner and operator of for-profit schools announced Wednesday. The University of St. Augustine is being acquired by...

  • Maryland's $33.5 million settlement with Volkswagen in emission scandal could boost port of Baltimore

    Maryland's $33.5 million settlement with Volkswagen in emission scandal could boost port of Baltimore

    The state of Maryland’s $33.5 million deal with Volkswagen to settle claims that the German automaker polluted the air by bypassing emissions controls in its diesel cars also could bring its vehicles back to the port of Baltimore. Under the settlement announced Wednesday, Volkswagen must pay a...

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