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  • Hogan and Jealous both say the other is misleading the public about pre-K. They're right, but that's beside the point.

    Hogan and Jealous both say the other is misleading the public about pre-K. They're right, but that's beside the point.

    Gov. Larry Hogan’s campaign has done Marylanders a service by questioning Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous’ plan to fund universal pre-K by legalizing and taxing marijuana. It has served to clarify a couple of things. First, that Mr. Jealous, despite earlier flirtation with universal...

  • The left is tyrannical, not Trump

    The left is tyrannical, not Trump

    In the fever swamp of leftist thought across America, but primarily on the east and west coasts, President Donald Trump is little more than a tyrant in waiting, if not already in action. The supposed latest proof of this is the removal of John Brennan's security clearance and the news that others...

  • If there is hope for West Baltimore, it runs down Pennsylvania Avenue

    If there is hope for West Baltimore, it runs down Pennsylvania Avenue

    I can’t count the number of times well-meaning but unknowing people have warned me to “be careful” when I indicate that I’m going to West Baltimore. I generally laugh because they have no idea how varied and how complex West Baltimore is. One can quickly shift from the trepidatious — like what...

  • Trump's costly coal-fired revival

    Trump's costly coal-fired revival

    The Trump administration could scarcely have chosen a moment to appear more villainous than right now, in the closing month of a summer of rain and fire. With the record wildfires out west, flooding and other severe weather in the east and international concerns that the U.S. is ignoring the threat...

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  • Baltimore's Atlas Restaurant Group to open two restaurants in D.C. hotel

    Baltimore's Atlas Restaurant Group to open two restaurants in D.C. hotel

    Baltimore’s Atlas Restaurant Group, owner of Tagliata, Azumi, the Bygone and others, will make its first foray into Washington, D.C., next spring with two restaurants in the forthcoming Moxy Hotel. The concepts have yet to be determined, but one will occupy the first two floors and courtyard of...

  • Asia Argento denies sexual assault, says payoff was former boyfriend Anthony Bourdain's idea

    Asia Argento denies sexual assault, says payoff was former boyfriend Anthony Bourdain's idea

    Asia Argento said Tuesday that she never had "any sexual relationship" with a man who has accused her of molesting him when he was a minor, and that her former boyfriend, the late Anthony Bourdain, urged her to agree to a financial settlement to end the man's "long-standing persecution" of her....

  • Months after fire, Charles Village Pub to reopen in Baltimore Thursday

    Months after fire, Charles Village Pub to reopen in Baltimore Thursday

    Months after closing due to a fire, Charles Village Pub will reopen on Thursday morning. The neighborhood hangout at 3107 Saint Paul St. passed its final inspection with the city fire department on Monday afternoon, said owner Tony Weir, allowing the watering hole known as “CVP” to reopen on Thursday....

  • Immigrant and refugee food festival planned for October

    Immigrant and refugee food festival planned for October

    “#BreakingBarriersByBreakingBread” is the motto of an immigrant and refugee food festival planned for noon to 5 p.m. on Oct. 14 in Canton Waterfront Park. “[Culture] brings people together whether it’s food, music, clothing, festivals — it’s meeting new people during this very divisive time,” said...

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  • At West Virginia rally, Trump ignores brewing legal storm

    At West Virginia rally, Trump ignores brewing legal storm

    President Donald Trump on Tuesday night addressed a crowd in Charleston, W.Va., in a state where he remains deeply popular, touching on his favorite themes while ignoring the legal troubles swirling around his presidency hours after his former campaign chairman and former personal lawyer were convicted...

  • How the campaign finance charges against Cohen may implicate Trump

    How the campaign finance charges against Cohen may implicate Trump

    In a New York courtroom Tuesday, President Donald Trump's longtime attorney Michael Cohen directly implicated his former boss in a scheme to cover up alleged affairs Trump had with a former Playboy model and an adult film actress in order to prevent their being revealed before the 2016 election....

  • Truth overtakes tweets in cases that bolster Mueller's hand

    Truth overtakes tweets in cases that bolster Mueller's hand

    No day during President Donald Trump's 19 months in office could prove as dangerous or debilitating as Tuesday. Everything that happened in a pair of courtrooms hundreds of miles apart strengthened the hand of special counsel Robert Mueller III and weakened that of the president of the United States....

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