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Judge orders Michigan recount to begin at noon Monday

Michigan must begin its presidential recount at noon Monday, a federal judge ruled in a late-night order that could make it more likely the state will complete the count ahead of a Dec. 13 deadline. In his ruling Sunday night, Judge Mark Goldsmith rejected an effort by state officials to delay...

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  • MGM National Harbor, new Maryland 'landmark,' gambling on region's casino appetite

    MGM National Harbor, new Maryland 'landmark,' gambling on region's casino appetite

    The MGM National Harbor glows a shiny white at night, rising above the Potomac River like — its architect has suggested — a vast ship sailing into a dock. That ship arrives for gamblers and D.C.-area boosters Thursday night when MGM opens the casino and resort beside Interstate 95 at the Woodrow...

  • Having a younger boss could hurt job performance

    Having a younger boss could hurt job performance

    It's an awkward experience so relatable — the older employee who works for a younger boss — that Hollywood has made movies about it. Remember Dennis Quaid's incredulous look at the much younger Topher Grace in the 2004 film "In Good Company," when the middle-aged ad exec finds his new corporate...

  • Amazon Go, a grocery store without checkout or lines, planned for 2017

    Amazon Go, a grocery store without checkout or lines, planned for 2017

    Amazon on Monday morning unveiled Go, what it's calling "the world's most advanced shopping technology." Here's how it works: Head to the Amazon Go store (at this point, Amazon has announced one location in Seattle), open the corresponding app, and scan your phone on the way in. From there, you...

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  • Lexington Market through the years

    Lexington Market through the years

    Baltimore's Lexington Market dates to 1782, making it one of the oldest continually running markets in the country. On Dec. 2, 2016, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the board running the market announced plans to raze and rebuild Lexington Market. Take a look at photos of the market through...

  • Wedded: Aaron Tomarchio and Tom Koerber had an instant connection

    Wedded: Aaron Tomarchio and Tom Koerber had an instant connection

    Date: Oct. 8 Aaron's story: Aaron Tomarchio, 42, was born in Baltimore and raised in Catonsville. He is the vice president of corporate affairs for Tradepoint Atlantic. His parents, Sebastiano and Linda Tomarchio, live in Havre de Grace. Tom's story: Tom Koerber, 35, was born in Baltimore and raised...

  • UMD's transportation department honors Rosa Parks with reserved bus seats

    UMD's transportation department honors Rosa Parks with reserved bus seats

    Sixty-one years ago today, Rosa Parks was arrested after refusing to give up her seat to a white passenger while riding on a bus in Montgomery, Ala. Today — at the University of Maryland, College Park — "the first lady of civil rights" has a reserved seat at the front of the bus. The university’s...

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  • Steve Pearce reportedly signs with Blue Jays, exits Baltimore again

    Steve Pearce reportedly signs with Blue Jays, exits Baltimore again

    Versatile infielder/outfielder Steve Pearce has been in and out of the Orioles organization several times, and now it appears that he is out again. Pearce has agreed to a two-year, $12.5 million contract with the Toronto Blue Jays, according to ESPN, and will play for his fourth American League...

  • Examining the Orioles' free-agent options for upgrading their outfield defense

    Examining the Orioles' free-agent options for upgrading their outfield defense

    Even as the Orioles continue their pursuit of Mark Trumbo, last season's everyday right fielder, their intention at this week’s winter meetings — and indeed throughout the offseason — is to improve their outfield defense. “That’s one of our offseason projects,” executive vice president Dan Duquette...

  • AJ Styles retains title at TLC with help from unlikely source

    AJ Styles retains title at TLC with help from unlikely source

    Many people expected something unusual to happen at the end of TLC, whether it was the return of a superstar, or possibly a turn by one of the competitors. However, most people didn't see a turn coming from WWE's newest superstar: James Ellsworth. The main event at TLC was everything you could...

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  • Seeing beyond a Baltimore teacher's meltdown

    Seeing beyond a Baltimore teacher's meltdown

    Baltimore City Schools CEO Sonja Santelises saw hate when she looked into the heart of a white Harlem Park Elementary and Middle School teacher caught on video using the N-word during a tirade directed at her eighth grade students, most of whom were black. Erica Esha Deminds, the mother of one...

  • Trump's populist showmanship on full display in Carrier deal

    Trump's populist showmanship on full display in Carrier deal

    How much is the presidency that Donald Trump has just won worth to him? That's the tantalizing question he faces as pressures mount to divest himself of his immense real-estate and other stock holdings as the price of moving into the Oval Office next month. Mr. Trump has said he will reveal in...

  • Castro in cartoons

    Castro in cartoons

    A retrospective of Fidel Castro's years in power in Cuba, by Sun cartoonists.

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  • A flawed, inconsistent police response to sexual assault in Maryland

    A flawed, inconsistent police response to sexual assault in Maryland

    Catherine Becket hadn't forgotten that evening three years ago in her Parkville apartment, though she tried. Then, as she watched with outrage while Stanford University student Brock Turner served three months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman, she resolved to confront her own...

  • Towson University reverses course on police report

    Towson University reverses course on police report

    Towson University reversed a recent decision to redact a student's identity from a campus police report after learning that student privacy rights don't extend to college police. University police officials cited federal law last month in redacting from a police report the name of a student charged...

  • Auditors: State wrongly charged disabled residents millions in fees

    Auditors: State wrongly charged disabled residents millions in fees

    For years, the state agency that oversees people with disabilities erroneously charged monthly fees to largely poor people who live in residential facilities. And they might never get any of the millions of dollars back. State auditors reported this week that more than 2,500 people might have been...

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