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  • Rodney Chase: Baltimore man turned his life around, then tragedy

    Rodney Chase: Baltimore man turned his life around, then tragedy

    The man a small group of family members mourned Saturday lay in a brown casket at the front of St. Peter Claver Catholic Church in West Baltimore. He was in a gray suit, red tie and rose pinned to his lapel. His short black hair shone and freckles dotted his jovial face. He had been lost to his...

  • Crowds travel from, through Baltimore to Women's March on D.C.

    Crowds travel from, through Baltimore to Women's March on D.C.

    They came from all corners of the country. They came by plane from the West Coast, by car from the Southwest, by buses from the South and trains from all over the Northeast. In the nation's capital on Saturday, they joined an estimated 500,000 women and men — and hundreds of thousands more in more...

  • Man, 24, stabbed to death outside Fells Point Royal Farms

    Man, 24, stabbed to death outside Fells Point Royal Farms

    A 24-year-old man was stabbed to death outside a Royal Farms store in Fells Point early Sunday, police said. Shortly after 2 a.m., Oscar Acevedo was found with multiple stab wounds outside the store at 2050 Fleet St. He died at the hospital. Police believe Acevedo was in a fight with someone when...

  • Women's March

    Women's March

    Rudi Horner, of Sparks, and Bill McDonough protest at Johns Hopkins University Saturday as part of Baltimore's sister event to the Women's March on Washington.

  • Trump's raised fist of defiance

    Trump's raised fist of defiance

    After taking the oath of office as America's 45th president, Donald J. Trump proved that we can stop waiting for him to drop the act he put on during the campaign and become what we think of as presidential. It did not happen after he won, it did not happen during the transition, it did not happen...

  • The big 'ifs' that hold Baltimore back

    The big 'ifs' that hold Baltimore back

    I know: The shootings and homicides continue at an insane pace. But almost every time I turn a corner in Baltimore, I see scaffolding. Or I look up from a walk-and-talk on my smartphone to spot shiny steel framing in new buildings, or in the additions to old ones. From Greenmount West to the Johns...

  • 'We are America': Millions march in D.C. and around the world to resist Trump

    'We are America': Millions march in D.C. and around the world to resist Trump

    Millions of women gathered in Washington and in cities around the country and the world Saturday to mount a roaring rejoinder to the inauguration of President Donald Trump. What started as a Facebook post by a Hawaii retiree became an unprecdented international rebuke of a new president that packed...

  • Shootings by police languish on prosecutors' desks

    Shootings by police languish on prosecutors' desks

    The man entered the West Baltimore liquor store and announced an armed robbery. An off-duty police detective shot him to death. Within hours, police brass were commending the detective for doing "the absolute right thing." Surveillance cameras captured him holding a gun at his side. Nine months...

  • Rep. Brown paying down state loan with unusual method

    Rep. Brown paying down state loan with unusual method

    Rep. Anthony G. Brown is slowly making progress paying back the $500,000 he borrowed from a union in the waning weeks of his unsuccessful 2014 run for governor — but he is doing so in an unexpected way. Brown, who sailed to victory in the heavily Democratic 4th Congressional District last fall,...

  • Who started the march? One woman

    Who started the march? One woman

    Women's marches live updates: Millions march in L.A. and around the world following Trump's inauguration Jan. 22, 2017, 7:30 a.m. A day after the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump, millions nationwide and around the world marched in support of women's rights. • Huge crowds converge on flagship...

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