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  • Witcover: Is Trump already impeachable?

    Witcover: Is Trump already impeachable?

    As Special Counsel Robert Mueller plods on with his investigation into possible collusion between President Donald Trump and Russians in the 2016 election, doubts remain that anything definitive will come from it. Many Democrats and other critics of the president ponder whether any information dug...

  • Md. teacher retention efforts need a boost

    Md. teacher retention efforts need a boost

    Excellent school teachers are made, not born. That’s the lesson of several recent studies examining the degree to which classroom experience improves teacher quality. While the conventional wisdom has long been that teacher quality is fixed after an initial make-or-break period of a few years,...

  • Wanted: selfie sensitivity

    Wanted: selfie sensitivity

    More than a month has passed, and I still can’t stop thinking about the photo that turned up in my Instagram feed just days before the 9/11 anniversary: A young woman about my age, with her mother, grinning for a selfie in front of the National September 11th Memorial in New York City. The caption...

  • Hogan administration needs to be clear about its policy for cooperating with ICE

    Hogan administration needs to be clear about its policy for cooperating with ICE

    Gov. Larry Hogan’s administration is playing some semantic games in its responses to questions about whether it honors Trump administration requests to hold suspected illegal immigrants in the Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center beyond the time they would ordinarily be released. The effort...

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  • Under Armour co-founder takes sabbatical during transition period for company

    Under Armour co-founder takes sabbatical during transition period for company

    Kip Fulks, who co-founded Under Armour with CEO Kevin Plank, is taking a sabbatical, said the company. Officials declined to provide details but said Fulks isn’t leaving the Baltimore-based sports brand. Fulks is exercising a benefit available to all Under Armour employees with 10 or more years...

  • Route One Apparel launches Old Bay-themed line

    Route One Apparel launches Old Bay-themed line

    Route One Apparel, the local maker of Maryland flag-themed clothing and accessories, said Monday it is teaming up with spicemaker McCormick & Co. to launch a new line featuring another state icon: Old Bay. The company launched a new line of products on Monday featuring the Old Bay logo and its...

  • Amazon says it received 238 proposals for 2nd headquarters

    Amazon says it received 238 proposals for 2nd headquarters

    Amazon said Monday that it received 238 proposals from cities and regions in the United States, Canada and Mexico hoping to be the home of the company's second headquarters. The online retailer kicked off its hunt for a second home base in September, promising to bring 50,000 new jobs and spend...

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  • Maryland fails (again) to get federal funds to process untested rape kits

    Maryland fails (again) to get federal funds to process untested rape kits

    For the third year in a row, Maryland will not take part of a robust federal funding program to process untested rape kits. Maryland has 3,700 untested kits across the state, according to a state audit of police departments last year. In the first two years of the federal grant program to facilitate...

  • ‘Broken Windows’ theory in practice at Baltimore Central Booking

    ‘Broken Windows’ theory in practice at Baltimore Central Booking

    The “broken windows” theory of crime-fighting claims that cracking down on petty offenses — public urination, loitering and, well, broken windows — can save neighborhoods from experiencing more serious crimes. While the concept has been widely disputed, Maryland prison officials seized upon it...

  • Lawmakers plan hearings on spike in assaults at psychiatric hospital

    Lawmakers plan hearings on spike in assaults at psychiatric hospital

    State lawmakers said Tuesday that they will hold hearings to investigate the spike in assaults on staff members at the state’s largest psychiatric hospital, after The Baltimore Sun detailed the increase. The Sun showed that assaults on staff at Spring Grove Hospital Center in Catonsville nearly...

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