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When planes landed in Baltimore Harbor

When planes landed in Baltimore Harbor

Overseas passenger air service arrived in Baltimore in the 1930s at a piece of land where Colgate Creek met the Patapsco River. Baltimore’s airport, known as Harbor Field, replaced a primitive landing strip at Logan Field in Dundalk. On Sept. 13, 1937, a Pan American Clipper met a British flying...

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  • Paul Ryan's prospects are grim if he stays 

    Paul Ryan's prospects are grim if he stays 

    New reporting, first by Huffington Post's Matt Fuller and then by Politico's Tim Alberta and Rachel Bade, suggests Paul Ryan is on his way out of the House — perhaps leaving at some point during the current Congress, but at any rate before the next one convenes in January 2019. Whether those reports...

  • Cal Thomas: Trump's accomplishments obscured by distractions

    Cal Thomas: Trump's accomplishments obscured by distractions

    Side issues — some of them created by the president himself — have obscured the accomplishments of the Donald Trump administration during his first year in office. The economy is the most obvious one. From anemic growth in the previous administration, it is now growing at around 3 percent, which...

  • A message to the unknown sexual harasser: You're next

    A message to the unknown sexual harasser: You're next

    Legend says that at this time of year, St. Nick is making his list and gonna find out whose naughty or nice. But this year, the media beat him to it, exposing an extensive record of A-list celebrities who have done unthinkable things to women. Men that we once looked up to now make us squirm with...

  • Witcover: The political earthquake in Alabama

    Witcover: The political earthquake in Alabama

    President Trump's late decision to go all-out for accused sexual predator Roy Moore in Alabama's Senate election has cost him greatly in terms of his own political credibility, and it has clouded his legislative prospects in dealing with the Congress controlled by his own party. Instead of a Moore...

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  • New study shows income redistribution from the poor to the rich

    New study shows income redistribution from the poor to the rich

    Back in 1980, the bottom 50 percent of wage-earners in the United States earned about 21 percent of all income in the country - nearly twice as much as the share of income (11 percent) earned by the top 1 percent of Americans. But today, according to a massive new study on global inequality, those...

  • Laureate Education agrees to sell Malaysian schools

    Laureate Education agrees to sell Malaysian schools

    Laureate Education announced Friday that it will sell a group of five schools in Malaysia to Affinity Equity Partners, a private equity firm focused on the Asia Pacific. The Baltimore-based operator of for-profit higher educational institutions will net $162 million from the $180 million sale of...

  • Under Armour signs deal with Team Canada, its first national Olympic committee partner

    Under Armour signs deal with Team Canada, its first national Olympic committee partner

    Under Armour said it has signed its first partnership with a national Olympic committee — Team Canada. Under the collaboration, the Baltimore-based brand will supply winter boots, running and training shoes to Canadian athletes through 2024. The footwear will be on display during opening ceremonies...

  • The never-ending battle over net neutrality is far from over. Here's what's coming next.

    The never-ending battle over net neutrality is far from over. Here's what's coming next.

    The Federal Communications Commission's vote on Thursday to repeal its net neutrality rules marked the end of a brief experiment by the network regulator to rein in the tremendous power of Internet providers by treating them like the highly-regulated telecoms. Now, providers will be allowed to...

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  • After Alabama loss, Trump has ambitious plans to campaign in 2018 midterms

    After Alabama loss, Trump has ambitious plans to campaign in 2018 midterms

    President Donald Trump is not on the ballot in 2018, but the White House is planning a full-throttle campaign to plunge the president into the midterm elections, according to senior officials and advisers familiar with the planning. Trump's political aides have met with 116 candidates for office...

  • Trump defends GOP tax bill, proclaims U.S. economy set 'to rock'

    Trump defends GOP tax bill, proclaims U.S. economy set 'to rock'

    Closing in on the first major legislative achievement of his term, President Donald Trump on Saturday defended the Republican tax cut as a good deal for the middle class while boldly suggesting it could lead to explosive economic growth. The legislation, which the GOP aims to muscle through Congress...

  • Commuters lose transit, parking, biking benefits in tax bill

    Commuters lose transit, parking, biking benefits in tax bill

    Count commuters among the losers in the Republican tax bill that the House and Senate are expected to vote on next week. The final bill agreed to by Republican negotiators and released late Friday eliminates the tax incentive for private employers that subsidize their employees' transit, parking...

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  • Did Baltimore really 'unfreeze' 225 police officer positions?

    Did Baltimore really 'unfreeze' 225 police officer positions?

    When Mayor Catherine Pugh came into office a year ago, she said one of the first things she did was instruct the police department to unfreeze 225 officer positions. Pugh says she inherited the frozen positions from former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, who ceased hiring for the long-unfilled...

  • As violence mounts, trust in Baltimore police wavers

    As violence mounts, trust in Baltimore police wavers

    Staggered by a succession of crises — civil rights violations, corruption convictions and the unsolved killing of a homicide detective — the Baltimore Police Department is closing out its dismal year with a depleted force struggling to contain soaring violent crime while also trying to restore...

  • U.S. health care spending growth slowed last year

    U.S. health care spending growth slowed last year

    U.S. spending on health care increased 4.3 percent last year to $3.3 trillion, or $10,348 per person, according to an annual report released last week by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The rate of spending slowed compared to the previous two years, the Baltimore-based agency reported....

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