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Proposed new order for presidential primaries is: South Carolina, New Hampshire, Nevada, Georgia and Michigan.
December 2, 2022
There’s no formal agreement when somebody moves onto the block that they have to decorate in the winter. It’s just something that people come together to do.
How Patriot Front’s campaign of white nationalism is recruiting members, spreading hate, and funding its efforts — all the while sowing distrust among local communities.
Former Baltimore Mayor Kurt Schmoke recalls the ”scorn, derision and dismissiveness” he encountered when he argued in favor of the decriminalization of marijuana and other drugs in the 1980s. He now applauds the public and political shift to his point of view, but advises caution as drug laws are reformed.
National hero and Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn contributed to the fundraising for Sen. Raphael Warnock this weekend with a series of so-called thirst tweets.
December 1, 2022
The World Health Organization cited stigma in changing the name of monkeypox to mpox.
Jessica McDonald joins former Oriole Adam Jones to predict the final four of the men’s World Cup, talk life in Australia, pay equity in soccer, diversity in sports and kangaroos.
”I am not about to give up on the Republican Party or on America,” Republican governor told supporters Wednesday as he raised $1.2 million.
November 30, 2022
A year after state lawmakers gave the Maryland attorney general greater investigatory authority in police-involved deaths, local prosecutors have so far declined to charge any officers.
Advocates say they are “appalled” by Maryland Energy Administration grants aimed at promoting and expanding natural gas infrastructure in the state.
They appeared on ”Timcast IRL,” a podcast hosted by Tim Pool, a YouTuber with a large right-wing following.
November 29, 2022
A woman and her 9-year-old son were evicted two days before Thanksgiving — even after she says she confirmed that morning that she was caught up on rent.
The Baltimore area is blessed with acres of amazing parks, miles of trails and many historical places to explore — and run.
November 28, 2022
Maryland taxpayers paid $236,584.80 for the Republican governor’s security detail on out-of-state and out-of-country trips from January through September of this year.