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  • A nation with zero tolerance for children

    A nation with zero tolerance for children

    Immigrant children suffer enough hardships — often fleeing from violence in their home countries and facing grueling physical challenges in their quest for a better life — that one might assume that surely the last brickbat to be tossed their way would be the Bible. Yet no fewer than two of the...

  • Every victim in Baltimore has a story, this is Diamonte Howard's

    Every victim in Baltimore has a story, this is Diamonte Howard's

    To celebrate his 20th birthday in April, Diamonte Howard planned to show his mother, Tamica, his acceptance letter to Wilberforce University. He would be the first in his family to attend college. He would attain his degree and then come back to Baltimore and start a business. He would lift his...

  • Donald Trump: Russia's biggest fan

    Donald Trump: Russia's biggest fan

    Donald J. Trump is a Russian agent. What else can any sane and objective person conclude after his blindly pro-Russian — and anti-American — comment that Russia should be invited back into the G-7? The dean of the Russian State University in Moscow observed that Mr. Trump took a "sledgehammer"...

  • Md. moving in the wrong direction on energy

    Md. moving in the wrong direction on energy

    Maryland is at a significant choice point looking toward our energy future: Aggressively build clean renewable electricity generation or lock electricity generation into 30 and more years of fossil fuel-fed utilities — notably the dirty fuel with the clean-sounding name, natural gas. The first...

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  • Baltimore native to bring New York-inspired corner store to the heart of Hampden

    Baltimore native to bring New York-inspired corner store to the heart of Hampden

    After years of scaling the tech startup scene, a Baltimore native has turned her sights to delivering the communality and convenience of New York bodegas to Hampden this fall. Tess Russell, a Baltimore native, is the one-woman show behind Prime Corner. The bodega-inspired store — just blocks away...

  • AFRAM Festival to expand back to two days in August at Druid Hill Park

    AFRAM Festival to expand back to two days in August at Druid Hill Park

    The AFRAM Festival, Baltimore’s annual celebration of African-American culture, will return to its two-day format in August at Druid Hill Park. Entering its 42nd year, the free festival will take place noon-8 p.m. Aug. 11 and noon-6 p.m. Aug. 12, said Tonya Miller, senior director of public affairs...

  • Remembering ‘Bull Durham,' and its Orioles ties, on the movie's 30th anniversary

    Remembering ‘Bull Durham,' and its Orioles ties, on the movie's 30th anniversary

    In five years as an infielder in the Orioles’ farm system from 1967 to 1971, Ron Shelton never made it to the majors, only making it as far as the Triple-A Rochester Red Wings. But his time there was a turning point because that experience laid down the foundation for one of Hollywood’s greatest...

  • In Washington debut, ‘Hamilton’ feels freshly relevant

    In Washington debut, ‘Hamilton’ feels freshly relevant

    Complaints and taunts aimed at immigrants. A sex scandal involving a high government official. Intense partisan bickering fueled by short-fused tempers. Tired of being bombarded with all those current, terribly distressing issues? Head to the Kennedy Center Opera House, where the superb national...

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  • U.S. immigrant protection erosion began with Trump inaugural

    U.S. immigrant protection erosion began with Trump inaugural

    The Trump administration's move to separate immigrant parents from their children on the U.S.-Mexico border has grabbed attention around the world, drawn scorn from human-rights organizations and overtaken the immigration debate in Congress. It's also a situation that has been brewing since the...

  • Paul Ryan's cheery Father's Day message is not playing well amid the child detainment crisis

    Paul Ryan's cheery Father's Day message is not playing well amid the child detainment crisis

    For Father's Day 2016, Paul Ryan gave the world ... Paul Ryan. Specifically, the Republican House speaker tweeted a soft-focus video about life with his three growing children. "We fish. We hike. We go do something," Ryan said as a string instrument plucked in the background. "Then we go to the...

  • Giuliani suggests Trump may pardon Manafort after Mueller's probe

    Giuliani suggests Trump may pardon Manafort after Mueller's probe

    White House lawyer Rudy Giuliani suggested Sunday that President Donald Trump might pardon his former campaign manager Paul Manafort if he is convicted - but only after special counsel Robert Mueller III has completed his investigation. "When it's over, hey, he's the president of the United States,...

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