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Ben Carson calls poverty ‘a state of mind’

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, left, told SiriusXM radio host Armstrong Williams: “If everybody had a mother like mine, nobody would be in poverty. She was a person who absolutely would not accept the status of victim.” (Twitter/SiriusXMPolitics) […]

Ben Carson calls poverty ‘a state of mind’

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Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, left, told SiriusXM radio host Armstrong Williams: “If everybody had a mother like mine, nobody would be in poverty. She was a person who absolutely would not accept the status of victim.” (Twitter/SiriusXMPolitics) […]

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Pimlico is a bad bet

    Cloud Computing comes up on Classic Empire to win the 2017 Preakness in the final stretch. Governor's Office Photo By Michael Collins For MarylandReporter.com Last weekend should have been the last Preakness

Small business implores Gov. Hogan to keep veto promise on sick leave

By Mike O’Halloran For MarylandReporter.com With each campaign season comes considerable promises to the small business community. Politicians show up at Mom and Pop stores for photo ops, take walks down

Maryland’s gets mixed economic messages from feds

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Talk about sending mixed messages, the latest jobs report for Maryland can be read as good news or the precursor of bad economic news. Maryland added 3,500

Uber admits ripping off NYC drivers by shortchanging their pay

WASHINGTON – Uber Technologies Inc. said it will pay each of its New York City drivers $900 after the company admitting shortchanging them on their earnings for two-and-a-half years. Uber was

CBO report: Revised Obamacare replacement bill would make 23 million uninsured by 2026

Stephanie Miller of Sandusky Ohio cries on the shoulder of President Barack Obama at a campaign event at Washington Park in Sandusky, Ohio July 5, 2012.  Under the GOP

Mulvaney defends Trump Administration’s FY 2018 budget before Congress

WASHINGTON- Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney pushed back against Democratic claims that social safety net cuts included in the Trump Administration’s FY 2018 budget proposal might harm

Sanders blasts Trump Administration’s proposed FY 2018 budget

WASHINGTON- Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) blasted the Trump Administration’s proposed FY 2018 budget. “The Trump budget introduced today constitutes a massive transfer of wealth from working families, the elderly, the children, the

Ryan brushes off suggestions that Trump budget won’t pass Congress

WASHINGTON- House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) brushed off suggestions that Congress may not approve the Trump Administration’s FY 2018 budget. “I don’t think I’ve served in a Congress ever where

James Bond (Sir Roger Moore) is dead

WASHINGTON – Sir Roger Moore, best known for playing secret service agent James Bond in the movie franchise, died Tuesday, his family said in Twitter post. He was 89. “With the

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