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Orioles target Melvin Upton Jr. reportedly traded to rival Toronto Blue Jays

It appears the Orioles will see their interest in San Diego Padres outfielder Melvin Upton Jr., and the coinciding opportunity to offload the remaining contract of forgotten pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez, end without a deal made. Multiple reports, including Fox Sports.com’s Ken Rosenthal, have the division...

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  • Maryland Live says MGM hired employees with high-roller lists

    Maryland Live says MGM hired employees with high-roller lists

    Maryland Live casino has accused MGM National Harbor — its soon-to-open rival on the Potomac — of hiring former Maryland Live hosts who allegedly improperly collected and retained names and contact information from their ex-employer's private database of "high rollers." The three hosts "misappropriated...

  • Arbutus-based micro-manufacturing company doesn't sweat the small stuff

    Arbutus-based micro-manufacturing company doesn't sweat the small stuff

    Jeremy Hoffman looks at a monitor to track the progress of his work. It's the only way he can see it. The company for which he works, Potomac Photonics, focuses on small things. The company specializes in micro-manufacturing, using a variety of technologies, such as lasers and 3D printers, to create...

  • Developer Mark Sapperstein eyes Sun building

    Developer Mark Sapperstein eyes Sun building

    Baltimore developer Mark Sapperstein is considering buying the Calvert Street properties occupied by The Baltimore Sun. Sapperstein of 28 Walker Development, which was one of about six firms that made offers, said he is conducting due diligence on the Sun building and parking garage, drawn by the...

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  • Booing of Debbie Wasserman Schultz made for great convention TV

    Booing of Debbie Wasserman Schultz made for great convention TV

    UPDATE: Debbie Wasserman Schultz says she won't gavel the convention to order today. It surely wasn't the opening morning of convention TV that the Democrats were hoping for, but the booing of Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz was great television. It beat the booing...

  • 'The Bachelorette' recap: the Fantasy Suite dates

    'The Bachelorette' recap: the Fantasy Suite dates

    In tonight’s episode, we are taken back to the airplane hangar where JoJo is ready to send one man home. Luke, a man who believes unicorns are real, interrupts her to take her aside and tell her he is in love with her, which sends her into tears. After she calms down, she addresses the men and...

  • Baltimore's Ryan Harvey releases 'Old Man Trump' protest song with lyrics by Woody Guthrie

    Baltimore's Ryan Harvey releases 'Old Man Trump' protest song with lyrics by Woody Guthrie

    As a leading songwriter of the politically minded Riot-Folk music collective, Baltimore artist and activist Ryan Harvey is used to writing his own lyrics.  But “Old Man Trump,” a song he released last month, is a unique exception. The words were written by folk legend Woody Guthrie in the early...

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  • When France went soft on terror

    When France went soft on terror

    Just when I was starting to wonder if I was spending too much time writing about terrorism in France, Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel of Tunisia climbed into a cargo truck and mowed down a crowd during Bastille Day fireworks in the French city of Nice, killing 84 people and injuring at least 303 more....

  • Trump channels 1968 Richard Nixon

    Trump channels 1968 Richard Nixon

    Any hopes that Donald Trump would soften his image and rhetoric upon becoming the Republican presidential nominee were dashed by his acceptance speech declaring himself "the law-and-order candidate." Seizing on the combined domestic and foreign reign of fear generated by the shootings involving...

  • The $15 mistake

    The $15 mistake

    Last week, members of the Baltimore City Council's Labor Committee demonstrated why the proposed $15 minimum wage legislation is a bad idea — they started writing in special exemptions. The message of these changes was clear: Raising the minimum wage above the state and federal standards simply...

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