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Is 300 homicides in Baltimore the 'new normal'?

Three years ago, city police placed steel barricades and a 24-hour command center at the entrance to the 900 block of Bennett Place in West Baltimore. They acted after three men were killed there in a span of several months. On the same block this week, three people were shot to death in one night....

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Ravens are faring better with stability in offensive line

When the Ravens offense walks off the field during games, the five players who make up the offensive line sit on one end of the bench in the same order they were in for a play. This allows offensive line coach Juan Castillo to review formations and emphasize key points to the players, who can easily...

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Post-election, Trump closes companies tied to Saudi Arabia

President-elect Donald Trump shut down some of his companies in the days after the election, including four that appeared connected to a possible Saudi Arabia business venture, according to corporate registrations in Delaware. News of the move comes days before Trump was expected to describe changes...

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  • Depictions of race get real, complicated on 'Star,' 'This Is Us'

    Depictions of race get real, complicated on 'Star,' 'This Is Us'

    Since watching "Hairspray Live" Wednesday, with its story of racial relations in 1962 Baltimore, I have been thinking a lot about race and television. One of my main thoughts: New network series like NBC's "This Is Us" and Fox's "Star," which debuts Wednesday, show how much more complex depictions...

  • Baltimore-linked books that just might make page-turning gifts

    Baltimore-linked books that just might make page-turning gifts

    There are books that we don't choose to read as much as we get stalked by them. Certain titles practically fling themselves off the shelves and into our outspread hands, where they recline suggestively and ruffle their pages. Open one at random, read a line or two, and suddenly, it's five hours...

  • A Civil War granddaughter encounters rare image of grandfather at Evergreen Museum

    A Civil War granddaughter encounters rare image of grandfather at Evergreen Museum

    Hours before the exhibit opens at the Evergreen Museum and Library, Johns Hopkins University alumna Vanessa Tall Bryant walks past penciled, life-size portraits of black Civil War soldiers, each stoic and dressed in blue uniforms decorated with gold buttons. The Nashville resident passes a painting...

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  • The Trump doctrine: Speak loudly and keep 'em guessing about the stick

    The Trump doctrine: Speak loudly and keep 'em guessing about the stick

    During the presidential campaign, Donald Trump sidestepped questions on everything from the use of nuclear weapons to increases in the debt ceiling by insisting that it would be foolish for him to tell his adversaries what he might do in a given situation. America's leaders are too predictable,...

  • Black students in urban schools deserve respect

    Black students in urban schools deserve respect

    When I first saw the video of the white teacher screaming a racist epithet at her black students, my instinct was to drive to Harlem Park Middle School so that teacher could scream the same thing at me and see if my response would be as cool as her students'. I'm doubtful. But I soon learned that...

  • Can we really take Trump seriously, not literally?

    Can we really take Trump seriously, not literally?

    It would make a perfect clickbait ad "Learn this one simple trick to stop worrying about Donald Trump and Make America Great Again." What's the trick? All you have to do is take Mr. Trump seriously, but not literally. The formulation is credited to reporter Salena Zito, who, in an article for the...

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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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