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A look back at Plessy v. Ferguson, one of the worst Supreme Court decisions in history. The court upheld a Louisiana law that required racial separation on passenger trains, preserving and furthering segregation ("separate but equal") throughout the nation well into the 20th Century.
Reporter Luke Broadwater and Goucher College pollster Dr. Mileah Kromer talk about tax cuts, gun laws and Gov. Larry Hogan's "State of the State" speech, before interviewing State Sen. Justin Ready, a Carroll County Republican.
Listen to episode 4 of reporter Luke Broadwater and pollster Mileah Kromer's podcast series.
One of the organizations helping to turn Baltimore's abandoned houses and vacant lots into affordable housing is Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake. In this episode, Dan visits two neighborhoods where Habitat has completed projects.
Luke Broadwater and Mileah Kromer discuss the appeals for the governor to run for president and other Maryland government topics in episode 3 of their podcast series.
Baltimore Sun reporter Luke Broadwater and Goucher College pollster Dr. Mileah Kromer talk about Maryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller's cancer diagnosis and other issues before interviewing State Del. Kathy Szeliga, the target of what prosecutors say was an illegal robocall.
In the midst of the worst global refugee crisis in history, Atwater's, the local restaurant group, has been putting refugees to work baking cookies and making soup. Working with the International Rescue Committee in Baltimore, Atwater's has provided jobs for 11 refugees.
Each Wednesday during the General Assembly session, Sun reporter Luke Broadwater and Goucher College pollster and political science professor Mileah Kromer explore the policies, people, and places behind Maryland state government.
Dan speaks with editor and publisher Trif Alatzas about the tragedy at the Capital Gazette and how journalists came together in the aftermath, as well as the Sun's new headquarters in Port Covington.
In this episode, Dan and Baltimore Sun reporter Christina Tkacik review the year's "good news" as part of the Sun's annual year-in-review package.
We visit with Yvonne and her husband Artie in their Baltimore row home right before Christmas, the first they're officially parents. They reflect on the unexpected way they realized their dream, a decade in the making.
Sun media critic David Zurawik elaborates on his review of Sinclair's year on the Z on TV blog, and in print this weekend.