Sen. Ben Cardin has called on Secretary of State John Kerry to formally apologize to hundreds of federal government employees who were fired decades ago for their perceived sexual orientation in what came to be known as the lavender scare. "There is little we can do to undo hurts and wrongs of...
A month after a presidential election in which voters reaffirmed Maryland's position as one of the bluest states in the nation, state Republicans will gather Saturday to choose new leadership — a contest likely to signal the direction the party will take heading into the 2018 governor's race. Four...
Amid an uptick in hate speech following the divisive presidential election, Republican Lt. Gov. Boyd K. Rutherford said this week that he'd rather people "show their real colors than hide." Rutherford was tweeting in response to state Sen. Cheryl Kagan, a Montgomery County Democrat, who had tweeted...
Gov. Larry Hogan met with a group of incoming Baltimore City Council members Friday to discuss tearing down vacant properties and luring businesses to the city using tax credits. At Jimmy's Restaurant in Fells Point, the Republican governor said he invited the freshmen Democrats to breakfast to...
There's a different air surrounding Maryland center Michal Cekovsky these days, both on and off the basketball court. More than two years after arriving from Slovakia, Cekovsky seems more confident in his game and more comfortable with his surroundings than ever before. Going into Saturday night's...
Asked the inevitable question about how things were going on the set of "Hairspray Live," which NBC will air Wednesday night, director Kenny Leon just laughed. And laughed. Then laughed some more. "It's very scary," Leon said. "But it's going very well." The mix of nerves and confidence is understandable....
In 2006, after driving by an empty Toys for Tots drop-off location on her way into work, Corlie Brice — a bartender at the Greene Turtle in Salisbury — decided to use all of her tip money that night to buy presents she would donate to the organization. Another bartender, Chris Tingle, joined his...
For an instant, Devin Hester Sr. thought he spotted an opening that would allow him to add to his NFL records of 20 return touchdowns and 14 punt-return touchdowns. But just as quickly, that opening closed when he tripped over one of his teammates in the first quarter of the Ravens’ eventual 19-14...
Once Port Covington is complete, Baltimoreans can sit in style when they visit the waterfront development thanks to one local designer. The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts and Sagamore Development Co., the real estate firm owned by Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank that's developing Port Covington,...
Dealing with personal issue, Buck Allen doubtful to face Miami Dolphins
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