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  • Pitts: 'Enough' was a long time ago

    Pitts: 'Enough' was a long time ago

    Maybe this is futile. After all, there's little point in talking back to a deranged person, especially if he is dead. Both descriptions fit the man who took his own life after opening fire in a bar in Thousand Oaks, Calif., last week, killing 12 people, among them Ventura County Sheriff's Sgt....

  • Police must keep and share data on use of force incidents

    Police must keep and share data on use of force incidents

    One thousand citizens killed every year by police; 25 to 35 police officers killed every year by citizens. The numbers are staggering. The deaths of Walter Scott, Tamir Rice and Eric Garner gave names to these invisible statistics. We have heard and seen steady, unrelenting stories of interactions...

  • To lessen climate change, educate the public

    To lessen climate change, educate the public

    As extreme weather strikes with greater frequency and ferocity — especially on the East and West coasts of the U.S. — media attention rightly focuses on the often heroic response of the emergency services. What is missing from these accounts, however, is a similar emphasis on climate change as...

  • Why Hogan should help Baltimore reduce its property tax burden

    Why Hogan should help Baltimore reduce its property tax burden

    Let’s be honest, you could likely fill a book with Baltimore Sun op-eds written about the city’s property tax rate. It doesn’t take an economist to realize that a poor city charging twice the rate of their rich neighbor is shooting itself in the foot. In fact, at $2.248 per $100 of assessed property,...

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  • Developer Reed Cordish buys into Baltimore sports management firm after leaving White House

    Developer Reed Cordish buys into Baltimore sports management firm after leaving White House

    Reed Cordish, who left his family’s development firm for a year-long stint leading a White House effort on infrastructure and government innovation, plans to announce that he has invested in a five-year-old Baltimore-based sports management agency. PFS Agency represents players in the National...

  • Maryland joins in $625 million settlement with company over adulterated cancer drugs

    Maryland joins in $625 million settlement with company over adulterated cancer drugs

    The pharmaceutical wholesale firm AmerisourceBergen Corp. has agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by Maryland and several other states and the federal government that alleged the company fraudulently marketed adulterated drugs to vulnerable cancer patients. Maryland’s Medicaid program will recoup...

  • Marijuana is getting cheaper. For some states, that's a problem.

    Marijuana is getting cheaper. For some states, that's a problem.

    Wholesale marijuana prices in Colorado have fallen by a third in just the past 12 months, continuing a price crash that began soon after the drug was legalized. Although this implies that some marijuana entrepreneurs are going to go bankrupt, the bigger financial hit will be felt by states that...

  • Maryland's jobless rate drops in October

    Maryland's jobless rate drops in October

    The state’s unemployment rate was 4.1 percent in October, down a tenth of a percent from the previous month’s rate and 0.2 percent from a year before, numbers that are historically low but remain above the national average. The national unemployment rate was 3.7 percent for October, down about...

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  • Art collection at Baltimore's Peabody Institute gets its due

    Art collection at Baltimore's Peabody Institute gets its due

    A Baltimore art historian offers a cautionary tale: Be careful what you cast out. From the middle 1870s through 1925, the annual art exhibition staged at the Peabody Institute on Mount Vernon Place contained celebrated works, many of them purchased through the benevolence of the wealthy merchant...

  • Amy Schumer hospitalized with pregnancy condition, cancels performance in Texas

    Amy Schumer hospitalized with pregnancy condition, cancels performance in Texas

    Comedian Amy Schumer revealed she’s been hospitalized with a pregnancy complication but assured fans she’s doing OK. The comic, who is currently expecting her first child, was forced to cancel a scheduled performance in Texas due to Hyperemesis Gravidarum, a condition that often involves serious...

  • Port Discovery Children's Museum to begin construction on two new exhibits early next year

    Port Discovery Children's Museum to begin construction on two new exhibits early next year

    Port Discovery Children’s Museum is slated to open two new immersive exhibits and several improved amenities in late spring of next year and will begin construction in January, according to a recent release. Beginning on Jan. 2, the museum will work to replace its current Kidworks exhibit with...

  • Adults-only Camp John Waters set to return

    Adults-only Camp John Waters set to return

    Camp John Waters, a chance for determined reprobates to make like one of the best, will be returning in summer 2019. Set for Sept. 13-16 in the Berkshire Mountains of Connecticut, the sleepover camp for adults 21 and older “promises to be dirtier, filthier, raunchier and longer than ever before,"...

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