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Maryland Court of Appeals denies new trial for alleged MS-13 gang member

Maryland Court of Appeals denies new trial for alleged MS-13 gang member

Maryland's highest court has rejected the appeal of an alleged MS-13 gang member sentenced to 11 years in prison after the stabbing of a former gang member. In a ruling Wednesday in Annapolis, the Court of Appeals said a trial judge erred in 2013 in refusing to allow the defense attorney for Wilfredo...

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  • Pitts: Intolerance has no greater champion than Trump

    Pitts: Intolerance has no greater champion than Trump

    And what will you say afterward, America? That is not to encourage or even predict that there will be an "afterward" -- that is, that someone will use violence to silence Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar, one of the first two Muslim women in Congress. But it is to say the possibility is real. Especially...

  • Cal Thomas: Flooding the sanctuary zones

    Cal Thomas: Flooding the sanctuary zones

    In the category of Mad magazine's "scenes we'd like to see," comes President Trump's threat to transport migrants to cities and states that have declared themselves sanctuaries. Apparently he thinks such a move would force Democrats in Congress who represent these places to vote to fund the wall...

  • Reverse Baltimore's population slide: Bring on the immigrants

    Reverse Baltimore's population slide: Bring on the immigrants

    Baltimore had a net loss of some 7,000 residents between the summer of 2017 and the summer of 2018, according to the latest Census Bureau estimate. That’s the biggest single-year loss in nearly two decades, the fourth consecutive annual loss since 2015 — one of the worst years in the long life...

  • Black kids as scavengers and predators

    Black kids as scavengers and predators

    Scavengers and predators. Those are apparently the first words that popped in the head of a security guard for a private company when seeing a group of black teenagers roaming the streets of downtown. Dehumanizing words that evoke tired, age-old stereotypes of young black boys as uncontrollable...

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  • Gold Leaf cannabis dispensary opens on West Street in Annapolis

    Gold Leaf cannabis dispensary opens on West Street in Annapolis

    Gold Leaf dispensary on West Street looks more like the lobby of a swanky hotel than a medical cannabis dispensary. A bodyguard with an earpiece and dark suit swings open the glass door to usher in customers. Natural light coming through the glass and gold facade glints off shelved displays of...

  • Unemployment in Maryland ticks up in March

    Unemployment in Maryland ticks up in March

    The unemployment rate in Maryland ticked up to 3.8% in March from 3.7% the previous two months, but is still below the 4.1% the state posted a year ago. The state rate was the same as the national rate of 3.8% for March, which was unchanged from the previous month and little changed from a year...

  • Belvedere Square market in North Baltimore up for sale

    Belvedere Square market in North Baltimore up for sale

    Belvedere Square in North Baltimore is up for sale as its owner said it will focus on “other important initiatives.” In a statement, owner War Horse Cities said now “is the logical time for a retail specialist to take the helm” after it has managed the property for nearly seven years. War Horse...

  • Popularity of shared work spaces propels expansion of Spark Baltimore

    Popularity of shared work spaces propels expansion of Spark Baltimore

    Co-working spaces have proliferated in recent years in and around Baltimore, with about two dozen opening their doors to entrepreneurs and young companies that aren’t ready for their own offices or not enthusiastic about working in isolation. Among those benefiting from the desire for collaborative...

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  • Retro Baltimore Trivia: Where did the name 'Mary Sue,' in the Mary Sue chocolate company, come from?

    Retro Baltimore Trivia: Where did the name 'Mary Sue,' in the Mary Sue chocolate company, come from?

    Readers: Think you know your Baltimore? Try answering our weekly trivia question. Some weeks will be ridiculously easy, some weeks a bit more challenging. Put your best guess in the “answer” field and hit “submit.” Or comment on Instagram: @retrobaltimore. If you’d like to be recognized for a correct...

  • The most breathtaking view in every state

    The most breathtaking view in every state

    Whether you're looking for an athletic adrenaline rush, a great photo opportunity, a peaceful retreat or a romantic vista, there's a beautiful spot in every state that will make the perfect backdrop. Put these awe-inspiring, photogenic places on your travel bucket list to see the best of America's...

  • Can you guess these cities by their most famous landmarks?

    Can you guess these cities by their most famous landmarks?

    Paris and the Eiffel Tower, San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge, Agra and the Taj Mahal: Some of the world's top travel destinations go hand in hand with their most iconic landmarks. While experiencing the local art, culture and food is a must on any vacation, for certain cities it's practically...

  • The most famous hats in history

    The most famous hats in history

    While a hat isn't a formal must-have fashion accessory like it was in generations past, hats continue to experience trends such as the recent resurgence of the "dad" baseball cap, the bucket hat and the beret. While certain toppers fall in and out of fashion, there are certain iconic hats that...

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