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Prosecutors say Baltimore police officers encouraged De Sousa's tax fraud, seek 1 year in prison for ex-chief

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  • 'Obfuscation and distraction' on emoluments issue

    'Obfuscation and distraction' on emoluments issue

    Citizens of Maryland and the District of Columbia may not know it, but the recent government shutdown created such a backlog of unfinished business that even now some of the federal priorities pertaining to them remain sidetracked. Take, for example, D.C. and Maryland v. Trump, the federal court...

  • KAL on the admissions scandal

    KAL on the admissions scandal

  • Rodricks: Swamped in sleaze, it's easy to forget that honest, selfless people abound

    Rodricks: Swamped in sleaze, it's easy to forget that honest, selfless people abound

    I come to this column having just finished a conference call with two young attorneys who represent a troubled man who spent 12 years in a Maryland prison for crimes he did not commit. At 67, the man has little in life but the clothes on his back; the attorneys say he’s one step away from homelessness....

  • Harry Hughes: a 'brilliant gentleman'

    Harry Hughes: a 'brilliant gentleman'

    During his two terms as Maryland’s 57th governor, from 1979 to 1987, Harry Hughes enhanced civility, integrity and prudence in state government leadership. Elevating Maryland’s political culture and public discourse at a difficult period in our state’s history, Governor Hughes reinforced the value...

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