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Reporters from the Baltimore Sun's features desk share their top recommendations for your summer calendars.
In this bonus episode of Newsroom Edition, hear more about the reporting process of 'Cops and Robbers,' Justin Fenton's three-part investigative series.
New findings from Baltimore Sun reporter Justin Fenton reveal how rogue members of the Gun Trace Task Force thrived in the police department for so long.
A new book published by two Baltimore-based public health experts seeks to eradicate the "state of confusion" that exists over opioid addiction.
A year and a half before the next national election, a look at the murky road ahead with presidential historian Richard Striner and pollster Mileah Kromer.
After two disastrous floods in three years, residents and business owners contemplate what's next.
On this episode: The future of Maryland crabs, the state of their habitat in the Chesapeake Bay and what you need to know before hosting a summer cookout.
An exit interview with Herb Smith, who's retiring after 46 years teaching political science. Smith co-wrote the book on Maryland politics.
The battle over keeping the Preakness in Baltimore has ignited a divisive political conflict that’s quietly been brewing, mostly out of public view, for years.
The Ravens' decisions during the offseason could have season-defining consequences before it even begins, as the "Lamar Jackson-era" of the team has commenced.
How will history remember Pugh? Baltimore Sun reporters Luke Broadwater and Ian Duncan join Pamela Wood to discuss the many shades of Pugh’s legacy. Then, editorial page editor Andy Green joins to comment on the kind of leader the city seeks to move it forward.
The raids of multiple properties connected to Mayor Catherine Pugh Thursday by federal law enforcement agents confirmed that federal as well as state officials were investigating Pugh’s activities. What we know, and what pieces of information are still missing.