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FBI raids connected to Mayor Catherine Pugh

FBI raids Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's City Hall office, her two houses, as governor calls on her to resign

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Chiefs' Tyreek Hill suspended as recording of child abuse discussion surfaces

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Vice President Mike Pence to speak at Republican Party's Red, White and Blue Dinner in Linthicum in June
Medical examiner, tech experts testify in trial of teen charged in Baltimore County officer Amy Caprio's death

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  • Pitts: GOP might want to stop messing with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

    Pitts: GOP might want to stop messing with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

    Memo to the Republican Party: You might want to stop messing with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. She's a freshman congresswoman with no significant legislative achievements, so it makes little sense that you spend so much time and energy on her. Besides, every time you do, you end up getting pantsed....

  • Money for nothing: What Baltimore is paying Pugh and aides not to work

    Money for nothing: What Baltimore is paying Pugh and aides not to work

    There are many more important reasons for Baltimore to be concerned about the leadership limbo at City Hall during Mayor Catherine Pugh's leave of absence than the money it’s costing us. We are, of course, hopeful that she makes a full recovery from the case of pneumonia that landed her in the...

  • Baltimore Police Department needs a shake-up — but don't push out the good cops

    Baltimore Police Department needs a shake-up — but don't push out the good cops

    Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison has swiftly followed through on promises to change a department beset by corrupt cops, high homicide rates and a breakdown in support from the community. In a show of strong and deliberate leadership, he has moved to restructure the department, bringing...

  • Does music glorifying armed robbery lead teens to commit crimes?

    Does music glorifying armed robbery lead teens to commit crimes?

    Recently, one of my students whom I’ll call “Michael,” a Baltimore senior nearing graduation, came into a class I teach a few minutes early. Michael is smart, friendly and hard-working, and I was happy to see him. Lunch was winding down, and Michael set his phone on the desk and sat with his ear...

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  • Is Lululemon poised to take on Under Armour? Here's one analyst's view.

    Is Lululemon poised to take on Under Armour? Here's one analyst's view.

    Lululemon may be known more for yoga pants than for athletic shoes or outfitting male athletes, but that might change over the next five years. The brand outlined long-term goals this week that would place it more firmly in Under Armour’s long-held territory, a plan some see as intensifying competition...

  • Developer of Port Covington continues to refine designs for market, offices, apartments, shops

    Developer of Port Covington continues to refine designs for market, offices, apartments, shops

    Developers of the proposed $5.5 billion Port Covington project in South Baltimore continue to refine their plans for the first three buildings, which are expected to break ground by year’s end. The buildings include: « The Rye Street Market, which will include loft-style offices, meeting space,...

  • Tax refunds fell 2% under new law, IRS says

    Tax refunds fell 2% under new law, IRS says

    IRS data released Thursday shows that while the average refund fell, the tax filing season was largely unchanged by the massive tax overhaul. The Tax Cut and Jobs Act, pushed by President Donald Trump, lowered the tax rate for most Americans. This year was the first time taxpayers filed under its...

  • 10,000 canceled flights: Southwest Airlines grapples with Boeing 737 Max groundings

    10,000 canceled flights: Southwest Airlines grapples with Boeing 737 Max groundings

    Southwest Airlines said Thursday that it canceled more than 10,000 flights in the first quarter because of the grounding of Boeing 737 Max jets after two deadly crashes, a labor dispute with its mechanics, and winter storms. Higher costs due partly to the groundings more than washed out rising...

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  • How Chesapeake Shakespeare Company creates intimacy on the stage in the #metoo era

    How Chesapeake Shakespeare Company creates intimacy on the stage in the #metoo era

    Intimacy choreographer Chelsea Pace carefully designed every detail of a passionate embrace on stage between two young actors, down to the way they tilted their heads. "First, there's a short three-count kiss," Pace told Hannah Kelly and Clay Vanderbeek during a rehearsal for the “The Diary of...

  • Jussie Smollett scandal: 'Empire' cast inks letter supporting actor

    Jussie Smollett scandal: 'Empire' cast inks letter supporting actor

    "Empire" stars Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard are appealing to Fox for their embattled co-star Jussie Smollett to return for the show's sixth season. Henson, Howard, and the rest of the drama series' top cast, penned an April 19 letter to Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier, Disney TV Studios...

  • 5 highlights of the Baltimore Symphony's 2019 summer season

    5 highlights of the Baltimore Symphony's 2019 summer season

    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will remain a full-time operation, at least for this year. BSO management, which had floated the idea of reducing the symphony’s schedule from 52 weeks to 40, effectively eliminating the summer season, announced a slate of concerts Wednesday that includes performances...

  • Jennifer Garner goes from 'band-geek chic' to People's most beautiful

    Jennifer Garner goes from 'band-geek chic' to People's most beautiful

    Jennifer Garner has landed this year’s cover of People magazine’s “Beautiful Issue.” The magazine cover, which hits newsstands Friday, was revealed by Ellen DeGeneres on her talk show Tuesday, complete with a surprise appearance by Garner. “Do you think I should start really turning it up for school...

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