With the Archdiocese of Baltimore weighing bankruptcy as a means to compensate abuse victims, its assets are difficult to untangle after years of legal maneuvering to shelter property while retaining control.
The Maryland Attorney General’s Office released a newer, less-redacted version Tuesday of its report on the history of child sexual abuse in the Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore, but some key names, including those of five church officials and one abuser, remain hidden as those people are appealing their inclusion.
Baltimore's Catholic archbishop says filing for bankruptcy could give the archdiocese a "reasonable and equitable method for compensation" of victims, while "preserving the many vital ministries of the Archdiocese."
As the moments ticked down on the Orioles’ deadline to exercise a stadium lease extension, the then-chairman of the Maryland Stadium Authority says he was left in the dark by John Angelos about the team’s intentions.
Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott’s nominee to lead the city’s fire department once faced charges related to his possession of homemade explosives, a circumstance that Scott’s administration said it was aware of and should not disqualify him from overseeing the department.