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  • The very narrow path for Democrats against Larry Hogan

    The very narrow path for Democrats against Larry Hogan

    If we were to try to find a bright side for Democrats in the first major poll on Maryland’s 2018 gubernatorial race, released this week by Goucher College’s Sarah T. Hughes Field Politics Center, it would be this: Four years ago, Larry Hogan was so little known (and not even certain to run) that...

  • Repeal and Replace: RIP

    Repeal and Replace: RIP

    Maine’s Republican Sen. Susan Collins drove a metaphorical stake through the heart of her party’s effort to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act on Monday when she announced she could not in good conscience support the Graham-Cassidy bill, which would would strip millions of Americans of...

  • How Baltimore can reduce crime

    How Baltimore can reduce crime

    Unacceptably high numbers of homicides and shootings, as well increasing rates of robberies and burglaries, have Baltimore collectively searching for explanations and answers. We are saddened by each life lost to violence and increasingly frustrated when crime strikes close to home. Through strategic...

  • Who will admit to being a racist?

    Who will admit to being a racist?

    Consider some of the most egregious evidence of racism. White supremacists proudly march and chant their vile slogans — we saw them at Charlottesville, and we know how quickly their hatred can turn violent. Bigots claim the right to openly spout racial epithets and even to kill. On a regular basis,...

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  • Canadian manufacturer to establish Maryland facility

    Canadian manufacturer to establish Maryland facility

    CTI America Corp., a division of Canadian manufacturer Circuit Tech Inc., will invest $10 million to open a new facility in Maryland. The exact location for the manufacturing site is still to be determined, but CTI America expects to have it up and running within the next year, according to an...

  • Veolia opens new chilled water plant in downtown Baltimore

    Veolia opens new chilled water plant in downtown Baltimore

    Veolia North America, the company that operates a network of steam and chilled water pipes in downtown Baltimore, said it opened a new $11.8 million plant on Monday to produce chilled water. The new chilled water facility, located in the Baltimore Convention Center, is a collaboration between the...

  • Maryland lags behind in paid family leave policies

    Maryland lags behind in paid family leave policies

    Vernita Mouzon rushed back to work several weeks after her first child was born four years ago. Like almost nine out of 10 American workers, she didn’t have paid family leave from her job at a law firm. When she got pregnant earlier this year, Mouzon, who now works for a Johns Hopkins surgeon,...

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  • 'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Who was the first to go home?

    'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Who was the first to go home?

    This week’s “Dancing With the Stars” is all ballroom and our first elimination of the season. Let's get straight to the dances. Debbie Gibson and Alan Bersten Quickstep It's lively, like you want a quick step to be, but there are several times when it feels like Debbie is very unsure of her choreography....

  • 'The Cradle Will Rock' to get revival from Iron Crow Theatre

    'The Cradle Will Rock' to get revival from Iron Crow Theatre

    On the day 80 years ago that a pro-labor, anti-monopoly/corruption/greed stage work was about to be premiered in New York, a wind from the federal government blew and down came the production, cradle and all. But the targeted piece, Marc Blitzstein’s “The Cradle Will Rock,” didn’t stay censored...

  • Charm City Pizza opening at Power Plant Live

    Charm City Pizza opening at Power Plant Live

    A new pizza restaurant is moving into Power Plant Live. Charm City Pizza is set to open Oct. 24 at 30 Market Place, the former home of Joe Squared Pizza and Two Boots before that. “Pizza’s always done really well there,” said Chris Furst, marketing and sales director at Power Plant Live. In addition...

  • Early Ravens, NFL TV ratings a mixed bag after day of national anthem protests

    Early Ravens, NFL TV ratings a mixed bag after day of national anthem protests

    Some 425,000 Baltimoreans tuned in to WJZ to watch the Ravens get demolished by the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday morning in London — about 6,000 more fans than watched the season opener against the Bengals, but some 21,000 fewer than watched last year’s Week 3 game. Nationally, NFL viewership...

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  • 'Obamacare' survives; GOP concedes on last-gasp repeal try

    'Obamacare' survives; GOP concedes on last-gasp repeal try

    "Obamacare" lives on. Senate Republicans, short of votes, abandoned their latest and possibly final attempt to kill the health care law Tuesday, just ahead of a critical end-of-the-week deadline. The repeal-and-replace bill's authors promised to try again at a later date, while President Donald...

  • GOP Sen. Corker announces he won't seek re-election

    GOP Sen. Corker announces he won't seek re-election

    Republican Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee, the chairman of the powerful Foreign Relations Committee and a political force on financial issues, announced Tuesday he would not seek re-election. The 65-year-old lawmaker, who recently had been encouraged by President Donald Trump to seek a third term,...

  • Trump tweeted about Iranian missile launch that never happened

    Trump tweeted about Iranian missile launch that never happened

    When President Donald Trump tweeted on Saturday that Iran had "just test-fired" a missile, he seemed to know something the rest of the government did not. Turns out, he did not. There was no Iranian ballistic missile launch, three U.S. officials said Tuesday. Iran's Revolutionary Guard had used...

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  • Assaults climb at Baltimore Central Booking since city jail closing

    Assaults climb at Baltimore Central Booking since city jail closing

    Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center, the first institution people are brought to after being arrested in the city, has seen a spike in assaults since Gov. Larry Hogan closed the City Jail, state statistics show. Assaults by inmates at Central Booking, both on staff members and on other...

  • Is Baltimore bike-friendly enough for Amazon?

    Is Baltimore bike-friendly enough for Amazon?

    As Amazon seeks a site for a second North American headquarters, the Seattle-based online retail giant twice mentioned bike lanes in its request for proposals as an expectation for cities vying for the facility. “Include connectivity options: sidewalks, bike lanes, trams, metro, bus, light rail,...

  • When bullets kill someone in Baltimore, the public knows right away. When drugs do, notice takes months.

    When bullets kill someone in Baltimore, the public knows right away. When drugs do, notice takes months.

    When someone is shot in the streets of Baltimore, police release the details swiftly. If the person dies, the city police department publicizes the victim’s name soon afterward. The department’s releases allow the public to track the toll of violence in real time, and the homicide rate is a key...

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