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  • Yes, Republicans, a default would be a really big deal

    Yes, Republicans, a default would be a really big deal
    The latest out of the extreme conservative wing of the Republican party is that a failure of the U.S. government to take the steps necessary to pay all its bills on time would be no biggie. They say we could juggle things around and avoid missing any...
  • Baltimore-area home sales, prices rise in September

    Baltimore-area home sales, prices rise in September
    Home sales in the Baltimore region continued to rise at a double-digit pace in September, numbers released Thursday show. The number of homes changing hands last month increased 17 percent compared with a year earlier, according to RealEstate Business...
  • Tea party and GOP should be ashamed

     Tea party and GOP should be ashamed
    Shame on you, Republican Party. And how dare you claim to speak for the American people. You do not speak for the poor, the elderly, the sick, the unemployed and underemployed, the victims of gun violence and the undocumented immigrants who are helping to...
  • City revises tax bills for owners who saw unexpected increases

    City revises tax bills for owners who saw unexpected increases
    Just three months after Baltimore officials caused an uproar by unexpectedly raising the property taxes of 315 owners, the city is once again revising those bills. Michael Plaisted saw the July tax bill on his Ridgely's Delight condo jump from about $1,...
  • Second Harford hospital not needed, health administrator announces [50 years ago]

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, October 24, 1963: Herbert Fritz, chief of the Division of Hospital Services of Maryland, announced 50 years ago this week at the Bel Air Chamber of Commerce that he did not think a hospital should...
  • Democrats get it wrong, again

     Democrats get it wrong, again
    Last Sunday's edition had a couple of topics that merit responses. JP Morgan Chase's record $13 billion tentative settlement with the U.S. Justice Department concerning the alleged misrepresentation of residential mortgage-backed securities begs the...
  • State's foreclosure-start rate among nation's highest

    State's foreclosure-start rate among nation's highest
    Maryland had the fifth-highest rate of new foreclosure cases in the nation during the summer, the number increasing from the spring even as many other states improved, the Mortgage Bankers Association said Thursday. It's not a new problem. The...
  • First Mariner reports $7.4 million loss in third quarter

    First Mariner reports $7.4 million loss in third quarter
    First Mariner Bancorp on Friday reported a $7.4 million loss in the third quarter, which the Baltimore-based company blamed on a steep increase on interest rates that dampened its mortgage business. The loss amounts to 38 cents per share, compared...
  • Kolm: With shutdown over, supervisors need to address stresses confronting workers

    Kolm: With shutdown over, supervisors need to address stresses confronting workers
    With the partial federal government shutdown over and employees back at work, workforce consultant John Kolm says, supervisors' first responsibility shouldn't be assigning employees shovels to dig out from under a huge work backlog. Their first...
  • JPMorgan's money is not enough [Editorial]

    JPMorgan's money is not enough  [Editorial]
    U.S. banks don't come any bigger than JPMorgan Chase, so no one should be surprised by the size of its settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice that was announced today — $13 billion to end civil litigation regarding mortgage lending...
  • Some call on city to explore eminent domain to combat blight

    Some call on city to explore eminent domain to combat blight
    A California city's controversial plan to use eminent domain to help its residents burdened with mortgages worth more than their homes has caught the eye of some Baltimore leaders, who say the city might benefit from the program. There are thousands of...
  • Maryland to receive $88 million of $2.1 billion national settlement

    Maryland to receive $88 million of $2.1 billion national settlement
    Maryland expects to receive about $88 million of a $2.1 billion national settlement reached with Ocwen Financial Corp. over "systematic misconduct" in the mortgage servicer's handling of loans. Announced Thursday, the deal settles a federal complaint...