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All eyes on Lanny Davis as Trump’s performance smells of treason

BALTIMORE — For the moment, Donald Trump has accomplished the previously unthinkable. His performance in Helsinki was so nakedly disloyal to both his intelligence experts and his country, and so sycophantic toward Vladimir Putin, that he made everyone briefly forget […]

All eyes on Lanny Davis as Trump’s performance smells of treason

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BALTIMORE — For the moment, Donald Trump has accomplished the previously unthinkable. His performance in Helsinki was so nakedly disloyal to both his intelligence experts and his country, and so sycophantic toward Vladimir Putin, that he made everyone briefly forget […]

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Bipartisan condemnation for Trump’s remarks at news conference with Putin

WASHINGTON – Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle harshly criticized President Donald Trump for provocative comments he made during a joint news conference with Russian president Vladimir Putin

Blobfest celebrates 60 years of oozing horror

A Lego recreation of the Colonial Theatre run-out scene from The Blob at the 2018 Blobfest in Phoenixville, PA. (Anthony C. Hayes) Phoenixville, PA -- Imagine sitting in a darkened

‘In My Life’ all these places have their moments and John McNamara loved them all

BALTIMORE — When I heard the horrific news that five people had been shot at the Capital Gazette newspaper, I immediately thought of John McNamara. Surely, Mac would convey

Frank Serpico’s voice reverberates through the decades

ALBUQUERQUE, NM— Former NYPD detective Frank Serpico took a bullet in the face during a Feb. 1971 raid on a suspected drug dealer’s pad in a worn-down section of the

Two cases linked in history galvanized the civil rights movement

Original Caption: Sinking to knees, Mrs Mamie Bradley weeps as body of slain son, Emmett Louis Till, 14 arrives at Chicago Rail Station. The youth was found dead in

Battle of the Bulge cancellation: ‘Reenactors have nobody to blame but themselves’

Reenactors in a barrack at Fort Indiantown Gap portray a Waffen-SS officer receiving a medal. Last week, the World War II Historical Association voted to cancel its annual Battle of

Lombardo defends Hendrex ‘cowardly’ actions in radio interview

LAS VEGAS — Sheriff Joe Lombardo who runs the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department once again defended Officer Cordell Hendrex who chose not to enter Stephen Paddock's room while he

District 30 Senate contest presents sharp contrasts in GOP’s ‘Drive for Five’

Gov. Larry Hogan, right, endorsed former delegate Ron George, center, for state Senate Tuesday, along with Senate Minority Leader J.B. Jennings, left. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com In the Republican “Drive for Five,”

Las Vegas mass shooting victims’ attorney seeks lock interrogation reports and more

LAS VEGAS — The Baltimore Post Examiner was the first media outlet to describe the importance of the lock interrogation reports for Stephen Paddock’s rooms at the Mandalay Bay Resort

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