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With job status in limbo, Rod Rosenstein to meet with Trump

With job status in limbo, Rod Rosenstein to meet with Trump

President Donald J. Trump is to meet Thursday with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, whose job is in jeopardy following a report that he once discussed constitutional means to remove Trump and the possibility of secretly recording the president. Rosenstein’s precarious status alarmed congressional...

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  • Three Pennsylvania ski resorts owned by noted horseman sold for $76 million

    Three Pennsylvania ski resorts owned by noted horseman sold for $76 million

    The private owner of three of the ski areas closest to Baltimore is being sold. Peak Resorts Inc., a Missouri-based ski resort operator, said Monday it has agreed to buy Snow Time Inc., the owner of Liberty Mountain Resort, Roundtop Mountain Resort and Whitetail Resort in Pennsylvania, for $76...

  • Employees with mental illness can ask for help at work

    Employees with mental illness can ask for help at work

    Employers walk a very fine line when it comes to their employees’ mental health, experts say. Employers can’t reject an applicant or fire someone who has a mental health condition. Struggling employees can ask for help with mental illness at work, but they have a right to privacy, under federal...

  • Maryland locks in lower premiums for individual health insurance market

    Maryland locks in lower premiums for individual health insurance market

    Marylanders will pay lower rates to buy their own health insurance next year after a months-long effort to avoid sharp premium increases. Gov. Larry Hogan and state Insurance Commissioner Al Redmer Jr. touted the lower rates Friday morning in Annapolis after the Maryland Insurance Administration...

  • Maryland unemployment rate ticks down to 4.2 percent in August

    Maryland unemployment rate ticks down to 4.2 percent in August

    The unemployment rate in Maryland ticked down in August to 4.2 percent from 4.3 percent the previous month, but remained higher than a year ago when it was 4 percent. The dip was the first downward movement in the rate in six months and narrowed the gap to the national unemployment rate of 3.9...

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  • Film series Mondo Baltimore to arts organization Le Mondo: Change your name

    Film series Mondo Baltimore to arts organization Le Mondo: Change your name

    The film series Mondo Baltimore wants arts organization Le Mondo, which has an under-construction venue downtown and has come under fire for its handling of sexual abuse allegations against one of its founders, to change its name. On Monday morning, the group — which launched in 2009 by showing...

  • Baltimore native Ego Nwodim joins 'Saturday Night Live' cast

    Baltimore native Ego Nwodim joins 'Saturday Night Live' cast

    NBC’s comedy show “Saturday Night Live” has added a Baltimore native to its cast in its 44th season. Described as an “actor-writer-improviser-cupcake connoisseur from Baltimore” on the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater website, comedian Ego Nwodim will make her SNL debut on the Sept. 29 season premiere,...

  • SZA, Playboi Carti and Baltimore rappers deliver at Trillectro festival in Columbia

    SZA, Playboi Carti and Baltimore rappers deliver at Trillectro festival in Columbia

    After hours of mostly aggressive bravado, with varying degrees of effectiveness, the freshest breath of air — more like a gust — hit the Merriweather Post Pavilion main stage on Saturday night in the form of SZA, the R&B singer selected to headline the Trillectro festival in Columbia. Mostly performing...

  • Actor James Woods bashes Twitter after getting locked out over violation

    Actor James Woods bashes Twitter after getting locked out over violation

    Actor James Woods has been locked out of his Twitter account over a tweet he sent out months ago that was found to be in violation of Twitter's rules. The tweet was posted July 20 and includes a hoax meme that said it came from Democrats and encouraged men not to vote in the midterm elections....

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