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  • Jealous is right: Maryland's economy isn't leading the nation (or anything close to it) under Hogan

    During Monday’s debate, Gov. Larry Hogan and his Democratic challenger, Ben Jealous, clashed over and over again about Maryland’s economy. That might seem like a strange strategy for Mr. Jealous, since Governor Hogan has been cultivating the economy and the improvement of Maryland’s business climate...

  • What Kavanaugh's supporters get wrong about credibility

    What Kavanaugh's supporters get wrong about credibility

    It’s he-said/she-said — we’ll never know the truth, so what’s the point? That’s how the argument goes. It assumes that even if Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s accusers are deemed credible, it doesn’t matter, because his denials of the sexual assaults they describe are credible too. He says...

  • Remembering 'Baltimore's Own' and the demons they carried

    Remembering 'Baltimore's Own' and the demons they carried

    One hundred years ago, on Sept. 26, 1918, in Northeast France, the American Army began the offensive that would ultimately end World War I and send ripples across 20th century history. The tip of the spear in General John J. “Black Jack” Pershing’s attack that day was the 79th Division’s 313th...

  • Cutting off immigrants from public benefits means American children will pay the price

    Cutting off immigrants from public benefits means American children will pay the price

    Over the weekend, the Department of Homeland security announced that immigrants who legally use public benefits like food assistance, Medicaid or housing could be denied green cards in the future. To those who think that the U.S. has too many immigrants already, this new “public charge” rule may...

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  • Honda licenses hybrid technology from Baltimore tech firm, Abell Foundation

    Honda licenses hybrid technology from Baltimore tech firm, Abell Foundation

    Another giant automaker has settled with a Russian immigrant inventor and his Baltimore-based backers to license patents for hybrid vehicle technology they’ve been using. Honda agreed to license the patents from Paice, a Baltimore-based company backed by the Abell Foundation, without a legal battle,...

  • Dunkin' is dropping Donuts from its name in 2019

    Dunkin' is dropping Donuts from its name in 2019

    Dunkin' is dropping the donuts — from its name, anyway. Doughnuts are still on the menu, but Dunkin' Donuts is renaming itself Dunkin' to reflect its increasing emphasis on coffee and other drinks, which make up 60 percent of its sales. The 68-year-old chain has toyed with the idea for a while....

  • Under Armour brings in new marketing and engineering executives

    Under Armour brings in new marketing and engineering executives

    As Under Armour continues to restructure in an effort to regain its momentum, the Baltimore-based brand tapped a veteran of Tommy Hilfiger as its new chief marketing officer. Alessandro de Pestel most recently served as executive vice president of marketing, communications and consumer insights...

  • Court orders Paramount Insurance Co. of Gwynn Oak into receivership at request of state regulator

    Court orders Paramount Insurance Co. of Gwynn Oak into receivership at request of state regulator

    The Maryland Insurance Administration announced Tuesday that a Baltimore court recently ordered Paramount Insurance Co., a small automotive insurer based in Gwynn Oak in Baltimore County, into rehabilitation, a form of receivership. The state’s insurance regulator sought the rehabilitation with...

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  • Autistic teen who aspires to be a pastry chef will be featured Tuesday on the Steve Harvey show

    Autistic teen who aspires to be a pastry chef will be featured Tuesday on the Steve Harvey show

    A 19-year-old Maryland man who suffers from autism — and aspires to become a pastry chef — gets a big surprise when he appears Tuesday afternoon on Steve Harvey’s nationally syndicated daytime show. “When I’m in the kitchen, it makes me feel confident that I can accomplish anything as a chef,”...

  • Film series Mondo Baltimore to arts organization Le Mondo: Change your name

    Film series Mondo Baltimore to arts organization Le Mondo: Change your name

    The film series Mondo Baltimore wants arts organization Le Mondo, which has an under-construction venue downtown and has come under fire for its handling of sexual abuse allegations against one of its founders, to change its name. On Monday morning, the group — which launched in 2009 by showing...

  • Baltimore native Ego Nwodim joins 'Saturday Night Live' cast

    Baltimore native Ego Nwodim joins 'Saturday Night Live' cast

    NBC’s comedy show “Saturday Night Live” has added a Baltimore native to its cast in its 44th season. Described as an “actor-writer-improviser-cupcake connoisseur from Baltimore” on the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater website, comedian Ego Nwodim will make her SNL debut on the Sept. 29 season premiere,...

  • How to get the most out of the Baltimore Comic-Con

    How to get the most out of the Baltimore Comic-Con

    The Baltimore Comic-Con bills itself as “America’s Greatest Comic Book Convention,” and we’re not going to argue the point. With more than 150 vendors, more than 175 industry guests and scores of cosplayers (outfitted as everyone from Ant-Man to Zatanna) descending on the convention center, it’s...

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