Dan Rodricks: Democrats knock Hogan, but they like tax breaks, too 

Democrats knock Hogan, but they like tax breaks, too

The Republican's desire to cut Maryland's corporate taxes has been the subject of attack ads.

Michael Phelps' blood alcohol level was 0.14 at time of arrest

Charging documents say Olympic champion failed two sobriety tests, declined a third.

American League Division Series scouting report: Orioles vs. Tigers

American League Division Series scouting report: Orioles vs. Tigers 

Breaking down the American League Division Series matchup between the Orioles and Tigers, which begins Thursday at Camden Yards.

Oyster season opens on tentative note

Oyster season opens on tentative note 

Despite recent harvest rebound, doubts that it can continue.

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Evacuation route eyed for Cove Point gas plant

Evacuation route eyed for Cove Point gas plant 

The energy company Dominion said Tuesday that it is exploring developing an alternate evacuation route for some residential neighbors of its proposed Cove Point liquefied natural gas plant, prompting opponents to question anew assertions by the...

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'It's never just about baseball'

'It's never just about baseball'

Generations of Orioles fans reflect on passing down a love of the team.

Why 'Gracepoint' feels almost too good for network TV

Z on TV: Why 'Gracepoint' feels almost too good for network TV 

A limited series stacked with top cable talent like Anna Gunn, David Tennant.

Mitch Albom: Tigers' Max Scherzer has a chance at a legacy

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Mitch Albom: Tigers' Max Scherzer has a chance at a legacy

Like a tightrope walker reaching the platform, Max Scherzer can exhale now. He made it across. Working without a net this season, on a one-year contract he chose over a six-year, $144-million offer in the spring, Scherzer has been flirting with...

Allison Mosley named Harford's 'Telecommunicator of the Year'

Allison Mosley named Harford's 'Telecommunicator of the Year'

Allison Mosley, a public safety dispatcher III and acting fire dispatch supervisor with the Harford County Department of Emergency Services, has been named "Telecommunicator of the Year" for Harford County by the State Emergency Number Systems Board.

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Housecleaning at the Secret Service  [Editorial]

Housecleaning at the Secret Service [Editorial] 

Secret Service director Julia A. Pierson did herself no favors this week when she appeared before a House subcommittee to explain why her agency so badly bungled the job of protecting the president. There's no excuse for the repeated lapses in...

Advances in breast reconstruction after cancer

Advances in breast reconstruction after cancer 

New approaches give patients many options for life after mastectomy

Officials call for tougher penalties for police brutality

Officials call for tougher penalties for police brutality 

State and local politicians continued the call Monday for heightened scrutiny of Baltimore police officers who are the focus of brutality allegations, urging tougher penalties for offenders and greater disclosure of internal discipline.

Hopkins had good reason to settle Levy claims [Letter]

Sexual abuse by a doctor is medical malpractice. The abuse took place while Dr. Nikita Levy was an employee of Johns Hopkins, working at a...

Secret Service out of whack [Letter]

Newspaper has no right to personal information [Letter]

I'm tired of newspaper people hiding behind the "people have the right to know" line because no, they don't — especially if the...

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