After the collapse of the $3.9 billion Sinclair/Tribune merger, Sinclair will likely have its hand full fighting the $1 billion Tribune lawsuit and allegations of “misrepresentation” by the FCC. But merger opponents expect no change in the long run in the broadcaster's goals for growth.
Fox Broadcasting Co. will buy some of the 23 Sinclair Broadcast Group television stations that the broadcaster will sell in its bid to win federal approval of its proposed multi-billion dollar takeover of Tribune Media.
After three weeks of ratings dominance, it’s safe to say the reboot of “Roseanne” is here to stay as one of network TV’s highest rated and most culturally resonant series. If it validates voting for Trump, so be it. TV needs working-class comedies more than ever in this Gilded Ag
The Orioles announced Thursday that two-time All-Star second baseman Brian Roberts has been elected to the Orioles Hall of Fame and longtime radio broadcaster Fred Manfra will be inducted as this year’s Herb Armstrong Award winner.
With the right distribution deal, a few name-brand collegiate players who washed out of the NFL and enough modernization in the game's play and presentation, Vince McMahon might actually find success with the XFL this go-round, thanks in part to the NFL's recent political and cultural struggles.
Fox still has the biggest ratings in cable news despite the staggering loss of three-fourths of its evening lineup in the last eight months. But it's also still on the wrong side of patriarchy and male privilege. And the recent firings of host Bill O'Reilly and Co-President Bill Shine underline how much trouble the network is in thanks to its 20-year history of sexual harassment.
Howard County's planning board will consider a proposal Thursday to abolish a zoning designation designed to spur commercial development in the rural crossroads of Dayton, Lisbon, Highland and Glenwood.
Long-time residents like to point out with pride that Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower lived for a short time in a boardinghouse in Laurel during his posting to Camp Meade. But a new book sheds some light on their time in Laurel — a time that proved crucial to Dwight Eisenhower's career, but also a time that produced their darkest days, both personally and professionally.
Both men are charged with six counts of theft less than $1,000, one count of theft scheme less than $1000, and one count of theme scheme between $1,000 and $10,000, according to electronic court records.
As President Trump is faced with unconstitutionally defying the rulings of the federal judiciary that has blocked his temporary immigration ban, he is being educated on the realities of the rule of law in our American democracy.
A crowd of teachers, parents and students remained divided Tuesday evening in discussing a potential change to public school start and dismissal times during a Howard County Board of Education public hearing.
Capping weeks of contentious debate intensified by President Donald Trump's executive orders on immigration, Howard County lawmakers voted 3-2 in favor of legislation to make the county a sanctuary for undocumented immigrants — without formally adopting the label of "sanctuary."
In the modern lobby of the Metropolitan, one of downtown Columbia's first major apartment projects, Howard County officials and Downtown Columbia's master developer, Howard Hughes Corp., signed a 30-year binding agreement Friday that sets the course for 900 units of affordable units in the heart of Columbia.
As President Donald Trump continues his controversial crackdown on immigration, the Howard County Council is set to decide on Monday whether to officially become a "sanctuary county" for immigrants, even if they are not here legally.
Trump supporters are rejoicing on Facebook over the recent administration travel ban with posts such as, "Finally a President who keeps his word!" It's an OJ moment for liberal America. How did this bigly divide over such a core American principle as "give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free" come to be? Take a breath snowflakes. Americans have rarely favored taking in refugees.
Too many in the mainstream press are responding to the big, bold, in-your-face actions of the White House with over-the top rhetoric, historical ignorance, an utter lack of proportionality and, in some cases, just plain bias. Some nights on cable TV feel more like a feeding frenzy than journalists covering a new administration.
If Mr. Trump had given agency professionals 30 days to review his order on refugees, he could have avoided the confusion at airports, not to mention the media hysteria and the protests. And if his communications team had been given time, they could have pre-empted some of the wild claims made by Democratic detractors. They went another way: The Bannon Way.
Owings Mills native Amanda Lipitz won a special jury prize at Sundance for her documentary "Step," which follows the step team at the Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women, and the lives, ambitions and creative expressions of three of its young members. But when asked about her recent success, she gave all the credit to the film's stars.