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Freddie Gray case: Charges against three remaining officers dropped

Prosecutors dropped all remaining charges against three Baltimore police officers accused in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray in a downtown courtroom on Wednesday morning, concluding one of the most high-profile criminal cases in Baltimore history. The startling move was an apparent acknowledgement...

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  • Interim designs for McKeldin released, as fountain demo moves forward

    Interim designs for McKeldin released, as fountain demo moves forward

    The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore is moving forward with plans to tear out the aging fountain in McKeldin Plaza, replacing it — at least temporarily — with new grass terraces overlooking the busy Inner Harbor intersection, illuminated with strings of lights and shaded by new trees. The partnership,...

  • Legg Mason CEO sees opportunity in market disruption

    Legg Mason CEO sees opportunity in market disruption

    Legg Mason Inc. CEO Joseph Sullivan told shareholders Tuesday that he was disappointed in the Baltimore money management firm's performance in its 2016 fiscal year, but that he has "greater conviction than ever" about the firm's long-term strategy. Legg reported a loss of $25 million in its fiscal...

  • T. Rowe Price shares slide on disappointing earnings

    T. Rowe Price shares slide on disappointing earnings

    Shares in T. Rowe Price Group fell more than 4 percent in Tuesday trading after the Baltimore money management firm reported second-quarter earnings that missed analyst expectations. Not only were results depressed by a one-time charge to make right with investors affected by the firm's botched...

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  • Scene and Heard After Work

    Scene and Heard After Work

    Sloane Brown grabs her camera and notebook to get the scoop on Baltimore professionals mingling at after-work gatherings around town.

  • Michelle Obama wears designer Christian Siriano at the Democratic National Convention

    Michelle Obama wears designer Christian Siriano at the Democratic National Convention

    Christian Siriano always wanted first lady Michelle Obama to wear one of his dresses.  Last night in Philadelphia -- while she delivered a speech for the ages -- FLOTUS did just that.  “It is an incredible honor to have such an amazing woman wear one of my creations," Siriano said in an email to...

  • Fells Point eatery to open downtown Towson location

    Fells Point eatery to open downtown Towson location

    The red booths inside the former location of The Crease, near the circle in Towson, are gone. In its place the owner of a Baltimore City-based restaurant said she hopes to create an open, modern-looking eatery to expand her client base and better serve her current customers at a location that is...

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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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