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Former Reagan adviser says family separation contradicts GOP values

WASHINGTON – An adviser to former President Ronald Reagan said the Trump administration’s policy of separating undocumented families at the southern border is contrary to mainstream Republican Party values. “Where’s the Republican Party of limited government intervention–really, the state separating parents […]

Former Reagan adviser says family separation contradicts GOP values

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WASHINGTON – An adviser to former President Ronald Reagan said the Trump administration’s policy of separating undocumented families at the southern border is contrary to mainstream Republican Party values. “Where’s the Republican Party of limited government intervention–really, the state separating parents […]

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THree Stooges Shemp Howard, Moe Howard and Larry Fine. The art is from the back stairwell in the Stoogeum in Ambler, PA.

Stoogeum: Three Stooges legacy lovingly honored by avid memorabilia collector

Three Stooges Shemp Howard, Moe Howard and Larry Fine greet visitors to the Stoogeum in Ambler, PA. (Courtesy) AMBLER, PA -- For nearly a decade, Kate Bugglen met almost every

Tuberculosis scare: Johns Hopkins Hospital evacuates 2 research buildings

The possible tuberculosis exposure occurred in an internal bridge connecting two cancer research buildings on Thursday, according to a spokesperson for the medical center in Baltimore. (Keith Weller/JHMI) BALTIMORE — Two

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We stand with the Capital and journalists

Democratic congressmen ask EPA inspector general to investigate Pruitt

Update: 3:40 p.m. – President Donald Trump tweeted that he has accepted Pruitt’s resignation. Trump tweeted that Deputy EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler will become acting administrator as of Monday. WASHINGTON – Democratic

House Democratic Whip Hoyer is receiving hospital treatment for pneumococcal pneumonia

WASHINGTON – House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) is receiving inpatient hospital treatment for pneumococcal pneumonia, according to a spokesperson for the congressman. “Mr. Hoyer was admitted to the George Washington

Antique arms exemplify Spirit of 1776

Baltimore Antique Arms Show exhibitor Denny Fazzini with a display of Civil War rifles. (Anthony C. Hayes) Fireworks displays, with their furious fusillades and powerful vibrations, have long been an

35 years after being banned, Beach Boys to be honored at Capitol concert

The Beach Boys' Mike Love at the 50th Anniversary Reunion - New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival 2012 (Takahiro Kyono from Tokyo, Japan) WASHINGTON — While Washington, D.C. may be

Most Americans hope the next Supreme Court justice backs abortion rights, poll says

WASHINGTON – A majority of registered U.S. voters hope the next Supreme Court justice supports abortion rights, according to a poll that was released on Tuesday. The Morning Consult/Politico Poll found

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Red Cross asks for blood donations, offers safety tips for 4th of July

Baltimore, MD  — The Fourth of July holiday will soon be here and many of us will enjoy the outdoors, watch fireworks or host a family picnic. The American

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