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  • Trump confronts the rule of law

    Trump confronts the rule of law

  • One professor's case against 'free' college tuition

    One professor's case against 'free' college tuition

    Awaiting Gov. Larry Hogan’s signature is a General Assembly bill, deemed a “compromise,” that would enable low and middle-income students to attend community college in Maryland with no tuition costs. This effort is part of a national trend borne of a number of motives: to relieve students of significant...

  • Joseph Tydings, the anti-Trump

    Joseph Tydings, the anti-Trump

    If you are looking for some relief from the daily exercise in obscene chaos inflicted on America and the rest of world by Donald Trump and his partners in dishonesty, I have a book for you to read. “My Life in Progressive Politics” is the autobiography of Joseph D. Tydings, a Marylander raised...

  • France broke the two-party rule, why can't we?

    France broke the two-party rule, why can't we?

    In 2016, 38-year-old Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron and his allies formed a new political party in France. Calling themselves En Marche, roughly “on the move,” the party sought to renew political life by breaking the stranglehold of two largely do-nothing parties — Socialist or Republican — that...

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  • Universal FanCon abruptly postponed, a week before planned debut in Baltimore, organizers say

    Universal FanCon abruptly postponed, a week before planned debut in Baltimore, organizers say

    A week before crowds of self-proclaimed proud geeks were scheduled to gather at Universal FanCon in the Baltimore Convention Center, organizers abruptly postponed the event. Billed as the “first multi-fandom Con dedicated to inclusion, highlighting Women, LGBTQ, the Disabled and Persons of Color,”...

  • Producer and DJ known as Avicii dies at 28

    Producer and DJ known as Avicii dies at 28

    Tim Bergling, the Swedish DJ and producer who, performing as Avicii, helped kick-start the electronic dance music explosion of the 2010s, died Friday in Muscat, Oman. He was 28. “It is with profound sorrow that we announce the loss of Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii,” representatives said in...

  • Brothers Osborne's new album, 'Port Saint Joe,' drops Friday

    Brothers Osborne's new album, 'Port Saint Joe,' drops Friday

    Brothers Osborne’s newest album, “Port Saint Joe,” was released Friday, less than a week after the Maryland natives won two Academy of Country Music Awards. “Port Saint Joe” is the country group’s second record, following their debut album “Pawn Shop.” (Listen to the album on Spotify here.) “After...

  • Looney's Pub coming to Perry Hall

    Looney's Pub coming to Perry Hall

    Looney’s Pub will soon add another bar and restaurant in Perry Hall. The Irish Pub, which is taking over the former Harp Restaurant, Sports Bar & Catering location, is expected to open in late summer, co-owner Bill Larney announced in a Facebook post Friday. Looney’s will take over the Harp space...

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  • In travel ban case, Supreme Court considers 'the president' vs. 'this president'

    In travel ban case, Supreme Court considers 'the president' vs. 'this president'

    The Supreme Court's final oral argument of the term will be one of its most important and potentially far-reaching, an examination of the president's authority to protect the country by banning some foreigners who seek entry. But, similar to a debate that has consumed Washington, D.C., for the...

  • As Macron arrives to meet Trump, fate of Iran nuclear deal is front and center

    As Macron arrives to meet Trump, fate of Iran nuclear deal is front and center

    The last time they met face to face, at the United Nations in September, French President Emmanuel Macron was puzzled when President Donald Trump and his delegation seemed to have no agenda, carried no papers and took no notes. "It was like a good discussion with a buddy in a bar," recalled a French...

  • Mitt Romney must compete in Utah primary for Senate nomination

    Mitt Romney must compete in Utah primary for Senate nomination

    Mitt Romney was forced into a Republican primary in his bid for U.S. Senate in Utah after losing a nomination battle Saturday at the state's far-right-leaning GOP convention. Romney remains the heavy favorite overall to replace long-serving Sen. Orrin Hatch in November and said he was ready to...

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