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Alternative Fact of the Week: Voters in disguise

Florida has long been known for its oranges, sandy beaches, “snow bird” retirees and unsubstantiated allegations of voter fraud, but the latest charge from President Donald Trump deserves some kind of special recognition that mere Alternative Fact of the Week status seems too modest to confer....

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    How long will Baltimore tolerate dishonest government employees?

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    Death of Baltimore county officer is a reminder to increase dialogue about suicide

    It is with a heavy heart that I heard the news about Officer Joseph Comegna coming from my alma mater (“Eastern Tech students and faculty grieve loss of Baltimore County officer who killed himself at school,” Nov. 13). We have lost yet another individual to this national epidemic of suicide. I...

  • Cardinal DiNardo bowed to Vatican on sex abuse issue

    Cardinal DiNardo bowed to Vatican on sex abuse issue

    Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, the president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, bowed to the Vatican masters in not allowing the bishops to vote on the sex abuse crisis in the church (“Some Catholic bishops urge conference to reach consensus on sex abuse crisis in American church,” Nov. 13)....

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