Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, who recently banned a journalist from her weekly press briefings, will be joining the world of journalism on election night as an analyst for ABC News, according to the network.
Baltimore's outgoing mayor will be part of the ABC News production on one of the biggest TV journalism nights of the year. She will be among several analysts.Read more
In the wake of the release of Donald Trump's hot-mic "Access Hollywood" tape, I wrote that this presidential campaign was as much of a watershed moment in terms of gender as the 2008 was in terms of race.
It wasn't just a matter of the first woman likely being elected president of the United States.Read more
I was mainly fine with Sunday’s telecast of the Ravens’ 27-23 loss to the New York Giants until the point when there was only 2:11 left in the game.Read more
Attention, Hollywood: I have the perfect opening scene for the made-for-TV movie version on the 2016 presidential race.
Even though the moment occurred 14 months ago, I didn't know how prophetic it was until the hot-mic videotape of Donald Trump telling "Access Hollywood" host Billy Bush how he sexually assaults women surfaced.Read more
The ban by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on WYPR radio reporter P. Kenneth Burns is outrageously anti-democratic. It shows either a lack of understanding or utter contempt on the part of Rawlings-Blake for the fundamental role of a free press in a democracy.
As I have regularly written here, I have less than zero respect for the mayor's handling of the media aspects of her job.Read more