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Preston: Top teams like the Chiefs expose the Ravens' lack of playmakers

Preston: Top teams like the Chiefs expose the Ravens' lack of playmakers

The Ravens proved in a 27-24 overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday that they are serious playoff contenders, but they continue to be haunted by a problem that has recurred the past couple of years. The Ravens don’t have playmakers. They don’t have players on both defense and offense...

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Two-alarm fire in vacant home spreads in Southwest Baltimore

Two-alarm fire in vacant home spreads in Southwest Baltimore

A two-alarm fire damaged four homes in Southwest Baltimore Sunday evening as fire officials worked to subdue the blaze. The fire began in a two-story vacant home in the 300 block of South Fulton Ave. and spread to three other occupied dwellings, according to the Fire Department. One person was...

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  • LGBTQ executive order threatens legality of Baltimore's minority set aside program

    LGBTQ executive order threatens legality of Baltimore's minority set aside program

    An executive order signed by Mayor Catherine Pugh that opens up the city’s minority set-aside program to enterprises owned by those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer was celebrated by LGBTQ advocates, who said it would open the door to millions of dollars in potential...

  • Goldberg: Ocasio-Cortez is borrowing from the Trump playbook

    Goldberg: Ocasio-Cortez is borrowing from the Trump playbook

    One of the most comforting talking points in politics is to claim that your political opponents are irrationally obsessed. I'm sure this is as old as time, but I first noticed it in the late 1990s. Many of Bill Clinton's most ardent supporters responded to every new criticism by claiming the president's...

  • Pitts: 'There is no such thing as a child prostitute'

    Pitts: 'There is no such thing as a child prostitute'

    No one even knows how many girls there were. Federal prosecutors identified 36. In “Perversion of Justice,” a stunning piece of investigative work by Julie K. Brown that was published last month, the Miami Herald reported that it has found 80. But accounts given by the girls themselves suggest...

  • The problem with 'us vs. them'

    The problem with 'us vs. them'

    It’s Us or Them. America seems settled into the notion that there are only two kinds. We are the good people. They are the bad ones. Once you find out who’s who, the issue is settled — whatever the topic, from politics to sex to sports to raising your kids. Amazingly, during the past year, grown-up...

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  • These 2019 Grammy nominees boast Maryland ties

    These 2019 Grammy nominees boast Maryland ties

    Several artists with Maryland ties are among the nominees for the 2019 Grammy Awards announced by the Recording Academy Friday. The multi-talented songstress and reality television star Toni Braxton, who was born in Severn, was nominated for “Sex & Cigarettes” in the Best R&B Album category, while...

  • The Santa-free guide to celebrating the holidays in Baltimore

    The Santa-free guide to celebrating the holidays in Baltimore

    Anyone can celebrate the holidays with a tree, a merry old elf or a customized rendition of “The 12 Days of Christmas.” But celebrating with a cloven-hoofed demon, a death metal band or kosher Chinese food? Now that takes some doing. So, for those who have had enough of “The Nutcracker” (what’s...

  • Kevin Hart steps down as Oscars host after outcry over old tweets

    Kevin Hart steps down as Oscars host after outcry over old tweets

    Just two days after being named host of the Academy Awards, Kevin Hart has stepped down following an outcry over past homophobic tweets by the comedian. Capping a swift fallout, Hart wrote on Twitter just after midnight Friday that he was withdrawing as Oscars host because he didn't want to be...

  • Greg's Bagels closed by Baltimore health department

    Greg's Bagels closed by Baltimore health department

    Greg’s Bagels, a popular eatery in Belvedere Square, has been shut down by order of the city health department. The eatery was closed after a Dec. 5 inspection found violations of several health department regulations. Those included food items not being stored or displayed under proper conditions,...

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