Each year, the 6th of June offers a moment to reflect on the World War II generation and their service to our country and the world.
Maryland small businesses hurt by overreaching California regulation| GUEST COMMENTARY
For nearly 40 years, Prop 65′s broad language has opened the door to legal nightmares for small businesses like mine.
Bret Stephens: Turkey’s election is a warning about Trump | GUEST COMMENTARY
Turkey under Erdogan is in a dreadful state and has been for a long time.
MAGA: The party of rugged masculinity | EDITORIAL CARTOON
I'm afraid of light beer and rainbows
No sign of intelligent life | EDITORIAL CARTOON
From orb Trump.
Only problem is it tends to hallucinate its own facts | EDITORIAL CARTOON
Run it for president
Security blanket | EDITORIAL CARTOON
The GOP needs a binky
You think you changed everything | EDITORIAL CARTOON
Wait until you work for me, says AI
Debt limit deal brings inadequate spending cuts | READER COMMENTARY
Washington needs to get a lot more serious about cutting federal spending then what it's doing right now.
Thank you sir, may I have another? | EDITORIAL CARTOON
Debt ceiling hammer-head.
New book by ‘Black Hawk Down’ writer addresses Baltimore’s ‘biggest civic problems’ | READER COMMENTARY
The latest book by the author of "Black Hawk Down" traces a young man's path from Sandtown to life in prison and raises important questions along the way.
You promised me evil | EDITORIAL CARTOON
Debt ceiling deal not as bad as it could be,
Most Americans could use a geography lesson, including past presidents | READER COMMENTARY
Schoolchildren aren't the only ones who would benefit from some extra instruction on the subject of world geography.
Coverage of child sex abuse scandal isn’t anti-church; it’s much-needed journalism | READER COMMENTARY
Survivors of child sexual abuse within Baltimore archdiocese are grateful to see their stories told - despite the objections of some Catholic leaders.
Dan Rodricks: Anti-LGBTQ+ is not Christian. It’s childish and a waste of valuable time. | COMMENTARY
Few things stir the fundamentalist blood like the rainbow colors on the racks at Target.
I forgot what it’s called when no one gets everything... | EDITORIAL CARTOON
Debt ceiling compromise.
At 75, Israel remains a beacon of hope | READER COMMENTARY
There are many reasons to be grateful for the continued success of Israel, the Middle East's thriving liberal democracy.
David Brooks: Let’s smash the college admissions process | GUEST COMMENTARY
If the U.S. Supreme Court rips off the affirmative action Band-Aid, maybe we can address the underlying wounds.
Retiring federal prosecutor breathed ‘life into Lady Justice’s ideals’ in Baltimore| GUEST COMMENTARY
Assistant U.S. Attorney Joyce K. McDonald has provided steady, gritty service as a fraud and public corruption prosecutor for 42 years.
If you are old enough to hold a job, you are old enough to vote | READER COMMENTARY
Reducing the minimum voting age benefits society.
U.S. urgently needs to set a fee on carbon | READER COMMENTARY
Best way to mitigate climate change is to adopt and gradually increase an economic disincentive to burning fossil fuels.
Be on the lookout for HHS scammers | READER COMMENTARY
Here are the warning signs that someone is trying to rip you off by claiming you are eligible for a U.S. Department Health and Human Services grant and what to do about it.
BGE customers should have a choice about ugly pipes | READER COMMENTARY
Installing new but unattractive outdoor gas regulators should be the choice of the homeowner, not BGE.
Learning the names of rivers and capitals is not enough | READER COMMENTARY
Students who learn only the basics of world geography miss the crucial knowledge that can be found in the emotional, cultural core of social studies.
Protecting vital U.S. wetlands must remain a federal priority | COMMENTARY
Chesapeake Bay tops the list of valuable natural resources endangered by a recent Supreme Court ruling reducing EPA regulatory authority.
Do Black Trump fans enjoy hanging out with Oath Keepers? | READER COMMENTARY
One can only wonder what goes through the minds of Donald Trump's African American supporters when they realize they cast their lot with white supremacists.
We can thank COVID for at least one result: the rise of the virtual gathering | GUEST COMMENTARY
While Zoom communication is not in-person communication, it certainly provides a close second.
Dan Rodricks: Early signs of progress on Baltimore’s squeegee front, but here comes summer | COMMENTARY
Baltimore's chief administrative officer: 'We have an infrastructure in place that didn't exist before.'
Church bad actors who change jobs still pose a risk | READER COMMENTARY
Making sure children are safe requires more than transfers, resignations or counseling.
Sun must continue covering ‘predatory’ clergy | READER COMMENTARY
The Baltimore Sun deserves to be commended, not criticized, for its continuing coverage of child sexual abuse within archdiocese.
Baltimore County’s inadequate sewer capacity merits greater development restrictions | READER COMMENTARY
Baltimore County must set tougher growth restrictions as sewer line capacity in the Jones Falls service area has been proven insufficient.