In today's episode, Dan makes a return trip to the home of Downing Kay, who was born Nov. 23, 1907. She is most likely Maryland's oldest citizen. She will turn 111 next week, one of only an estimated 50 Americans who are 110 or older.Read more
I try to write about things I care about, and apparently I still care about the Catholic Church. I can’t let it go. I was raised a Catholic. I have been a struggling Catholic, a fallen-off Catholic, a comeback Catholic, and several times an angry Catholic. I once thought myself a former Catholic, but there’s really no such thing.Read more
Baltimore-based psychologist John Gartner is a leader of a group of mental health professionals called Duty To Warn. They seek to have Trump’s cabinet invoke the 25th Amendment, which lays out the procedure for removing a president who is “unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office" on mental health grounds.Read more
The Sun's media critic David Zurawik talks about Sean Hannity's role as a shill for President Trump.Read more
As results start to come in from polling places across Maryland and across the country, Dan Rodricks spends a few minutes with Sun reporters and editors covering the 2018 midterm elections.Read more
She went out in the rain to her polling station in Baltimore County and voted for the smartest man she ever knew. On a day whose approach she had dreaded, Jill Kamenetz voted for her late husband for governor of Maryland. She skipped past Larry Hogan, the Republican incumbent, and Ben Jealous, his Democratic challenger, and wrote Kevin Kamenetz’s name on the ballot.
“You did that with love,” I said.Read more