Oscars recap: Grace after snafu capped a night of Hollywood solidarity

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  • Airbnb fight shows old regulations are awkward fit in new economy

    Airbnb fight shows old regulations are awkward fit in new economy

    To the hoteliers who are pushing state lawmakers to tax and regulate home and room rentals, the target was clear: Airbnb, the multi-billion dollar corporation that they believe has been unfairly helped by its ability to operate outside the law. But the opponents they faced at a hearing in Annapolis...

  • Perez emerges from internal divisions to lead Democratic Party

    Perez emerges from internal divisions to lead Democratic Party

    Former U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas E. Perez emerged Saturday from a bruising internal fight to become the next chairman of the Democratic National Committee, a job that will put him at the forefront of rebuilding the party and confronting President Donald Trump. Perez, a Takoma Park resident and...

  • Maryland wants to get out of the slot machine business

    Maryland wants to get out of the slot machine business

    After a nearly a decade of losing money, Maryland wants out of the business of owning slot machines once and for all. The state has reaped billions from legalized gambling, but the slot machines cost as much as $30,000 apiece, plus $2,000 a year in maintenance. The expense far exceeded what policymakers...

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  • Oscar fiasco barely registers in Orioles clubhouse

    Oscar fiasco barely registers in Orioles clubhouse

    Obviously, the crazy ending of Sunday night's Academy Awards ceremony is the talk of every town today, but it was hard to find anyone in the Orioles clubhouse who was even aware of it on Monday morning. Really, if you mentioned the Academy Awards snafu during morning media availability, it was...

  • Utility man Paul Janish back in Orioles camp for another go-around

    Utility man Paul Janish back in Orioles camp for another go-around

    Utility infielder Paul Janish is back in camp again with the Orioles, signing a minor league deal with the club for the third straight year. Janish was the latest addition to the Orioles’ big league spring training roster on Saturday, returning to the club after playing 14 games with the Orioles...

  • Adam Jones' long home run sparks Orioles' 8-3 win over Pirates

    Adam Jones' long home run sparks Orioles' 8-3 win over Pirates

    Adam Jones swung at the first pitch he saw on Sunday and the ball was never seen again. His solo homer to left might still be up there. It was last spotted sailing over the party area and then the palm trees and whatever else is outside of Ed Smith Stadium on that side of the property.

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  • Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross close to confirmation as Commerce secretary

    Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross close to confirmation as Commerce secretary

    Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross is headed toward confirmation as Commerce secretary in President Donald Trump's administration. The Senate is set to vote on Ross' nomination Monday evening. Ross easily cleared the Senate Commerce Committee and a procedural vote by the full Senate. Senators also...

  • White House: Trump's upcoming budget to ask for $54B increase in defense budget

    White House: Trump's upcoming budget to ask for $54B increase in defense budget

    The White House says President Donald Trump's upcoming budget will propose a whopping $54 billion increase in defense spending and impose corresponding cuts to domestic programs and foreign aid. White House budget officials outlined the information during a telephone call with reporters given on...

  • Health care, Supreme Court on agenda as Congress returns

    Health care, Supreme Court on agenda as Congress returns

    Congress returns to Washington this week to confront dramatic decisions on health care and the Supreme Court that may help determine the course of Donald Trump's presidency. First, the president will have his say, in his maiden speech to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday night. Majority Republicans...

  • Trump faces a pivotal week ahead as he addresses jittery GOP lawmakers

    Trump faces a pivotal week ahead as he addresses jittery GOP lawmakers

    Less than two months into his presidency, Donald Trump faces a pivotal week ahead, with plans to address GOP lawmakers who are jittery about key aspects of his legislative agenda and to roll out a new travel ban in a fashion that will ease doubts about his administration's competence. President...

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  • Circa, a Sinclair website targeting millennials, plans to expand to Europe

    Circa, a Sinclair website targeting millennials, plans to expand to Europe

    Circa, a Sinclair Broadcast Group news and entertainment website targeting millennials, plans to expand internationally, with video-on demand channels to be available in Europe this spring. The Circa brand announced a partnership Monday with Ownzones Media Network, a global distribution and content...

  • Takata pleads guilty to deadly air bag scheme, will pay $1 billion

    Takata pleads guilty to deadly air bag scheme, will pay $1 billion

    Japanese auto parts maker Takata Corp. has pleaded guilty to a criminal charge and agreed to pay $1 billion for a scheme to conceal a deadly defect in millions of its air bag inflators. Takata admits to hiding problems that can cause inflators to explode with too much force, hurling shrapnel into...

  • Old feels new as Adidas makes American comeback

    Old feels new as Adidas makes American comeback

    A few years ago, Adidas was fading away in America like a tired 1970s rock band, its once-iconic three stripes producing more nostalgia than sales. But the German sports brand found a more contemporary beat by partnering with rapper Kanye West and other pop culture icons and aggressively engaging...

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  • Mahershala Ali credits 'House of Cards' for his Oscar glory

    Mahershala Ali credits 'House of Cards' for his Oscar glory

    Mahershala Ali credits the four years he spent on the filmed-in-Baltimore series “House of Cards” with giving him the career boost that led to his winning a best supporting actor Oscar on Sunday night for his performance in “Moonlight.” “'House of Cards' is the reason I’m here,” Ali said backstage...

  • NBC game show 'The Wall' filming in Patterson Park today

    NBC game show 'The Wall' filming in Patterson Park today

    "The Wall," an NBC game show produced by LeBron James, will be filming in Patterson Park today, the Baltimore Film Office confirmed. Notice of the filming was posted on Twitter by Patterson Park Neighborhood Association President Pat Lundberg, with an image of what appeared to be a city application...

  • Here's what happened onstage during the Oscars' mistake

    Here's what happened onstage during the Oscars' mistake

    If it were in the screenplay of a Hollywood drama — or maybe farce — directors would surely reject it. But let's set the scene anyway for the Academy Awards drama over what film did, and didn't, win the Oscar for best picture on Sunday night. We pan in on the stage of the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles,...

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  • Journalism under attack

    Journalism under attack

    Even among Americans who take their news with a heaping spoonful of skepticism or perhaps believe "liberal bias" within the news media is rampant, to hear a sitting U.S. president repeatedly refer to the press as an "enemy of the people," a term more closely associated with French revolutionaries...

  • Perez, Ellison and a unified front against Trump

    Perez, Ellison and a unified front against Trump

    "I don't belong to an organized political party. I'm a Democrat." —Will Rogers One would think that if anything could focus the minds of Democrats and prompt a unity of purpose across the political spectrum, all the way from the left to the far left, it would be President Donald Trump. Yet days...

  • Bay cleanup must factor in climate change

    Bay cleanup must factor in climate change

    Last summer, when floodwaters nearly wiped out Old Ellicott City, many people looked at the damage as bad luck caused by a 500-year storm. The truth is that such storms are no longer rare events. The Northeast United States has experienced a staggering 70 percent increase in intense rainstorms...

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