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  • Watchdog group files lawsuit alleging Trump's business ties violate Constitution

    Watchdog group files lawsuit alleging Trump's business ties violate Constitution

    To fight what it called a "grave threat" to the country, a watchdog group on Monday filed a lawsuit alleging that President Donald Trump is violating the Constitution by allowing his business to accept payments from foreign governments. The lawsuit claims that a constitutional clause prohibits...

  • Trump administration tells EPA to freeze all grants, contracts

    Trump administration tells EPA to freeze all grants, contracts

    The Trump administration has instructed officials at the Environmental Protection Agency to freeze its grants and contracts, a move that could affect everything from state-led climate research to localized efforts to improve air and water quality to environmental justice projects aimed at helping...

  • FBI finds nothing illicit in Michael Flynn's calls with Russian ambassador

    FBI finds nothing illicit in Michael Flynn's calls with Russian ambassador

    The FBI in late December reviewed intercepts of communications between the Russian ambassador to the United States and retired Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn - national security adviser to then-President-elect Donald Trump - but has not found any evidence of wrongdoing or illicit ties to the Russian...

  • White House opens door to military cooperation with Russia, but it would be illegal

    White House opens door to military cooperation with Russia, but it would be illegal

    The White House indicated Monday that President Trump would be open to military cooperation with Russia to fight Islamic State, a move that would be a big policy change for the U.S. government, and one that would run afoul of current law.  “I think if there's a way that we can combat ISIS with...

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  • iPhone assembler Foxconn may invest $7B in US display plant

    iPhone assembler Foxconn may invest $7B in US display plant

    Foxconn, a major assembler of iPhones and other electronics, may invest $7 billion in a plant for manufacturing display panels that would create as many as 50,000 jobs in the U.S. Foxconn CEO Terry Gou discussed the potential expansion Sunday during a company meeting in Taiwan, the company's home...

  • London Fog alumni revisit the past in former Baltimore factory

    London Fog alumni revisit the past in former Baltimore factory

    The former London Fog employees stood in what had once been their workplace, now transformed into a trendy Hampden restaurant. They pointed to the place where there used to be a big staircase to the second floor. A freight elevator is now painted white and inoperable. The floor was original, but...

  • With university deals, Under Armour aims to fill in its U.S. map

    With university deals, Under Armour aims to fill in its U.S. map

    When Under Armour signed UCLA to a 15-year, $280 million outfitting deal last year, the company's thinking — like that of a prospective homebuyer — centered largely on location, location, location. The agreement was a linchpin of the Baltimore brand's California strategy. A half-year earlier, its...

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  • Coppin State falls flat in second half

    Coppin State falls flat in second half

    His players would not be available postgame, not after this loss, so Coppin State men's basketball coach Michael Grant went long when he heard the question Monday night, as if he had borrowed time from the Eagles players hurting in the locker room.

  • McDonogh basketball delivers Dunbar its first loss

    McDonogh basketball delivers Dunbar its first loss

    The gym at Dunbar High School is a storied place in Baltimore High School basketball. When the Poets play, the stage is always big. On Monday, though, it wasn't too big for the McDonogh Eagles.

  • Terps focus on film to promote improvement

    Terps focus on film to promote improvement

    Sitting in the Maryland basketball team lounge at the Xfinity Center one afternoon last week, freshman wing Kevin Huerter was acing his latest quiz.

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  • Alternative facts? Try blatant falsehoods

    Alternative facts? Try blatant falsehoods

    At the risk of mirroring the kind of hyperbole that is quickly turning Donald Trump into something akin to the nation's first living caricature, has any newly-installed president ever sabotaged his own administration as the fledgling 45th president of the United States as done in his first few...

  • When Maryland bet on gambling, the casinos won

    When Maryland bet on gambling, the casinos won

    At the risk of over-simplifying Maryland's $40 billion-plus budget, the situation the state faced back in 2008 when it decided to legalize casino gambling was not that different from what many families were grappling with then. It was the scariest point in the great recession, and commitments made...

  • Women's marches about more than sexism

    Women's marches about more than sexism

    It shouldn't have to be explained, but obviously this has not been a season of deep thinking, so for those of you who don't get last weekend's marches, I'll lay it out in small, easy to understand words. The women's marches — which are better labeled the "Women's Movement," because the activism...

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