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  • Paul Ryan's prospects are grim if he stays 

    Paul Ryan's prospects are grim if he stays 

    New reporting, first by Huffington Post's Matt Fuller and then by Politico's Tim Alberta and Rachel Bade, suggests Paul Ryan is on his way out of the House — perhaps leaving at some point during the current Congress, but at any rate before the next one convenes in January 2019. Whether those reports...

  • Cal Thomas: Trump's accomplishments obscured by distractions

    Cal Thomas: Trump's accomplishments obscured by distractions

    Side issues — some of them created by the president himself — have obscured the accomplishments of the Donald Trump administration during his first year in office. The economy is the most obvious one. From anemic growth in the previous administration, it is now growing at around 3 percent, which...

  • Preserve Md.'s Man-O-War Shoal

    Preserve Md.'s Man-O-War Shoal

    The Maryland Board of Public Works should decline to issue a wetlands license to the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to dredge buried oyster shell from Man-O-War Shoal (MOW) in Baltimore County. This is the last large shoal or reef comprised of very old buried oyster shell in the upper Chesapeake...

  • A message to the unknown sexual harasser: You're next

    A message to the unknown sexual harasser: You're next

    Legend says that at this time of year, St. Nick is making his list and gonna find out whose naughty or nice. But this year, the media beat him to it, exposing an extensive record of A-list celebrities who have done unthinkable things to women. Men that we once looked up to now make us squirm with...

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  • Opponents of Sinclair/Tribune merger say reports of possible Sinclair fine by FCC should raise concern

    Opponents of Sinclair/Tribune merger say reports of possible Sinclair fine by FCC should raise concern

    Opponents of Sinclair Broadcast Group’s proposed $3.9 billion takeover of Tribune Media Co. have stepped up opposition to the deal following media reports that federal regulators may fine the Hunt Valley-based Sinclair $13.3 million for airing programming not clearly labeled as advertisements. ...

  • Congress poised to approve major overhaul of federal taxes

    Congress poised to approve major overhaul of federal taxes

    Congressional Republicans were on the verge of approving the first major overhaul of the nation’s tax laws in three decades as negotiators locked down the final version of the bill Friday and two key Senate holdouts announced that they would support the measure. Jubilant GOP leaders said they expect...

  • New study shows income redistribution from the poor to the rich

    New study shows income redistribution from the poor to the rich

    Back in 1980, the bottom 50 percent of wage-earners in the United States earned about 21 percent of all income in the country - nearly twice as much as the share of income (11 percent) earned by the top 1 percent of Americans. But today, according to a massive new study on global inequality, those...

  • Laureate Education agrees to sell Malaysian schools

    Laureate Education agrees to sell Malaysian schools

    Laureate Education announced Friday that it will sell a group of five schools in Malaysia to Affinity Equity Partners, a private equity firm focused on the Asia Pacific. The Baltimore-based operator of for-profit higher educational institutions will net $162 million from the $180 million sale of...

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  • Patriots rally behind Gronkowski, edge Steelers 27-24

    Overturned TD, late INT cost Steelers in 27-24 loss to Patriots

    The New England Patriots have built a dynasty on second chances. Miss an opportunity to bury the Super Bowl champions and they will find a way to find a way, usually behind a mix of Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski, and defensive playmaking at just the right time. It's a lesson the Pittsburgh Steelers...

  • Key stats in the Ravens' 27-10 win over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday

    Key stats in the Ravens' 27-10 win over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday

    Key numbers from the Ravens’ 27-10 win over the Browns in Week 15: 0 Interceptions thrown by Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. The Ravens are 5-1 in games where Flacco doesn’t throw an interception. 2 Catches by Browns tight ends Seth DeValve and David Njoku a week after the Ravens gave up 14 catches...

  • Cowboys edge Raiders by slimmest of margins

    Cowboys edge Raiders by slimmest of margins

    Dallas kept its playoff hopes alive by the slimmest of margins after Dak Prescott converted a fourth-down sneak by the width of an index card to set up Dan Bailey's go-ahead 19-yard field goal, and Derek Carr fumbled the ball inches from the goal line with 31 seconds left to give the Cowboys a...

  • Ravens WR Breshad Perriman will play against Browns, active for just the second time in five weeks

    Ravens WR Breshad Perriman will play against Browns, active for just the second time in five weeks

    After Ravens coach John Harbaugh and offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg praised the strides Breshad Perriman made in practice last week and how he’s handled his recent benching, the much-maligned wide receiver will get another chance today against the Cleveland Browns. Perriman, who has seven...

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  • Baltimore County schools chief Verletta White significantly expands audit of contracts

    Baltimore County schools chief Verletta White significantly expands audit of contracts

    Baltimore County interim school superintendent Verletta White has significantly expanded the scope of a planned audit of school system purchases. The audit, for which the school system is soliciting bids from accounting firms, will now encompass hundreds of millions of dollars in purchases made...

  • Did Baltimore really 'unfreeze' 225 police officer positions?

    Did Baltimore really 'unfreeze' 225 police officer positions?

    When Mayor Catherine Pugh came into office a year ago, she said one of the first things she did was instruct the police department to unfreeze 225 officer positions. Pugh says she inherited the frozen positions from former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, who ceased hiring for the long-unfilled...

  • As violence mounts, trust in Baltimore police wavers

    As violence mounts, trust in Baltimore police wavers

    Staggered by a succession of crises — civil rights violations, corruption convictions and the unsolved killing of a homicide detective — the Baltimore Police Department is closing out its dismal year with a depleted force struggling to contain soaring violent crime while also trying to restore...

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