11 stories by Steve Earley
- Last week, the U.S. Census Bureau released the first numbers from the once-every-10-years count of Americans. The data helps determine representation in Congress and big shares of federal funding.
- Before 2020 gets too far in the rear view, here are five things numbers reveal about the first calendar year of the pandemic in Maryland.
- As we also document the lives behind the numbers, we contextualize them here with a look at who is dying, where they live and how COVID-19 compares to other killers.
- Black women account for more than 21 million of the approximately 330 million people counted in the U.S. population. For the 2020 edition of Women to Watch, The Baltimore Sun is spotlighting the numbers behind their educational achievement, professional lives and political might.
- Maryland businesses and nonprofit organizations received more than 80,000 loans through the federal Paycheck Protection Program, totaling over $10 billion. Restaurants, physicians' offices, and lawyers' offices were among the biggest borrowers.
- This week, you’re the producer, as breaking news and transportation reporter Colin Campbell shares four stories inspired by Sun readers' curiosity.
- Every week, The Baltimore Sun's Travel Unraveled newsletter shared a new must-visit destination in the Mid-Atlantic region.
- President Donald Trump's alleged use of the term "shithole" to refer to some countries was front page news — and, in many newspapers, including The Sun, the vulgarity itself ran in print. That wasn't the case 27 years ago a Maryland governor used a similar term.