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Should Larry Hogan run for president in 2020?

BALTIMORE – To millions of voters all over America, Larry Hogan is best known as Larry Who? For the uninitiated, he’s the governor of Maryland. But, just for speculation, he’s now being touted, even on the exalted op-ed page of […]

Should Larry Hogan run for president in 2020?

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BALTIMORE – To millions of voters all over America, Larry Hogan is best known as Larry Who? For the uninitiated, he’s the governor of Maryland. But, just for speculation, he’s now being touted, even on the exalted op-ed page of […]

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Pelosi rejects Trump offer to reopen government

WASHINGTON –  House Speaker Nancy Pelosi rejected President Donald Trump’s Saturday offer to provide $5.7 billion for a border wall in exchange for a three-year extension on protections for DACA and TPS recipients. Trump’s offer, if

New ‘red flag’ law prompts more than 300 court orders on guns

A 2013 rally at the State House. From the Guns Across America Maryland Facebook page. By Natalie Jones Capital News Service In the three months since its implementation, Maryland’s “red flag” gun

Shady deals at MTA, persisting problems with social services, issues with developmental disabilities, UMES, auditors find

By Len Lazarick and Diane Rey For MarylandReporter.com In four reports released in the past week, state auditors found: potential shady contract deals at the Maryland Transit Administration that they referred

Peppermint Rainbow singer Bonnie Lamdin Phipps remembers ‘Will You Be Staying After Sunday’

The Peppermint Rainbow members (l-r) Anton Corey, Patty Lamdin, Bonnie Lamdin, Doug Lewis and the late Skip Harris. Bonnie Lamdin Phipps is celebrating an anniversary this week, even though she

After getting hit with a bullet fragment Mandalay Bay Security Officer Jesus Campos said, ‘I’m going to try to use it to my advantage’

LAS VEGAS — MGM Resorts International employee Jesus Campos, the Mandalay Bay Hotel security officer who was on duty on the night of the October 1,2017 Las Vegas Massacre

Commentary: ‘Border Wall’ need is built on Trump’s fear-mongering lies

DOUGLAS, Ariz. (March 14, 2009) Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalions (NMCB) 133 and NMCB-14 construct a 1,500 foot-long concrete-lined drainage ditch and a 10 foot-high wall to

Attorney general nominee Barr affirms his support for Mueller probe

WASHINGTON – Attorney general nominee William P. Barr told a Senate panel Tuesday that Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III should be allowed to continue his investigation into potential collusion between

EXCLUSIVE: Retired NYPD Det. William Nolan disputes NY Post story, files federal lawsuit against top NYPD officials

In an exclusive interview with the Baltimore Post-Examiner, retired New York City Police Department Detective William Nolan, claimed that a December 29, 2018 New York Post article, “Ex-detective with

Lott: Democrats should trade DACA for a border wall to end shutdown

WASHINGTON – Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott said Democrats might be able to end the longest government shutdown in U.S. history if they agree to fund President Donald Trump’s

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