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‘We won’t forget being called the enemy of the people’

Police and Fire officials work the scene of an active shooter incident in front 888 Bestgate Road. This building is home to The Capital newspaper, a Baltimore Sun affiliate. (Mike Jordan/BPE Staff Photographer) BALTIMORE — On the same day that […]

‘We won’t forget being called the enemy of the people’

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Police and Fire officials work the scene of an active shooter incident in front 888 Bestgate Road. This building is home to The Capital newspaper, a Baltimore Sun affiliate. (Mike Jordan/BPE Staff Photographer) BALTIMORE — On the same day that […]

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Read Capital Gazette’s 370-word story and the defamation lawsuit that set off Jarrod Ramos

We are publishing the defamation lawsuit ruling and the 370-word story from the Capital Gazette that Jarrod W. Ramos could not let go.  Five years later Ramos gunned down

Capital Gazette suspect lost libel suit against newspaper

WASHINGTON — The suspect in Thursday’s shooting at the offices of an Annapolis, Maryland newspaper unsuccessfully filed a defamation suit against the Capital Gazette in 2012, according to court

Archie Bunker is in the White House

BALTIMORE — At this point, 17 months into Donald Trump’s White House adventure, is there someone in America still denying this president’s overt, malignant attempts to divide the country

Rep. Cummings cries for the children locked in cages: ‘We are better than that!’

BALTIMORE — We’ve seen Rep. Elijah Cummings in full emotional outcry before this. He was there, in the streets of his West Baltimore home district, in the televised riots

Plea Deals: Police crimes hidden in secrecy

This is Part 3 of an article by the Capital News Service about how plea deals punish the innocent in a Baltimore police scandal. The investigation by Capital News Service

Plea Deals: Bargaining while stuck in jail

A defendant walks from a Baltimore courthouse to a van that will transport him to a detention facility. Defendants held without bail are far more likely to plead guilty

Baltimore plea deals trading away justice

Omar Burley, 47, was imprisoned for more than seven years after his arrest by corrupt Baltimore police officers. He, like many others arrested by the officers, pleaded guilty to

On Sunday June 10, 2018, Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, in cooperation with Pimlico Race Course and local police and fire departments, offered first responders the opportunity to enter the scene of a mock mass-casualty event. (Credit Anthony C. Hayes/Baltimore Post-Examiner)

Mass-casualty exercise equips first responders for emergency events

A Pimlico Race Course security officer stops to help the victim of a mock mass-casualty exercise. (Anthony C. Hayes) BALTIMORE, MD: In an era where classrooms, churches, and concert venues

Sinai Hospital in Baltimore will participate in a mass-casualty exercise. (credit Anthony C. Hayes)

Full-scale, mass-casualty exercise to involve Sinai Hospital, First Responders

A large, mass-casualty exercise to include Baltimore City and Baltimore County first responders, Sinai Hospital, government officials and more than 100 volunteers will simulate an active shooter scenario and

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