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Five things we learned from Orioles manager Brandon Hyde's introduction

If there was a sense of relief around Camden Yards on Monday as Orioles executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias introduced his new manager, Brandon Hyde, it was as much for the fact that the process is over as it was for what was to come next. In Hyde, a 45-year-old longtime minor...

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The following is compiled from local police reports. Our policy is to include descriptions when there is enough information to make identification possible. If you have any information about these crimes, call the Towson Police Station at 410-887-2361 or the Cockeysville Police Station at 410-887-1820....

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  • Driverless car bill a disaster waiting to happen

    Driverless car bill a disaster waiting to happen

    Despite almost daily reports of crashes or non-responsive technology on public roads involving driverless cars, Congress is trying to hitch a new law to Santa’s sleigh in the form of the year-end-keep-the-government-open spending bill, just ahead of a new majority come January. Today, all motor...

  • As protests continue in Hungary, Andy Harris doubles down on his support for Viktor Orban

    As protests continue in Hungary, Andy Harris doubles down on his support for Viktor Orban

    Given how Maryland’s Democratic leadership drew the congressional district map in 2011, pretty much guaranteeing that the state’s delegation would consist of seven Democrats and just one Republican, you could argue that the one Republican should be as extremely conservative as possible. How else...

  • The ruling striking down Obamacare probably won't stand, but Maryland shouldn't take any chances

    The ruling striking down Obamacare probably won't stand, but Maryland shouldn't take any chances

    Many expect that a Texas judge’s ruling Friday that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional will be overturned on appeal. The reason for that is that it’s flat-out nuts. It posits that because the Supreme Court previously upheld the law’s individual mandate under Congress’ taxation powers,...

  • The climate is changing, now it's our turn

    The climate is changing, now it's our turn

    The news these past few weeks has been hard to miss. The day after Thanksgiving, the National Climate Assessment was released showing that, if we don’t act boldly and quickly to address climate change, our future will consist of mass deaths due to heat, global food shortages and economic disaster....

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