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Mandalay Bay security officer Jesus Campos breaks silence

LAS VEGAS – Mandalay Bay Security Officer Jesus Campos broke his silence and appeared Wednesday with Maintenance Engineer Steven Schuck on The Ellen DeGeneres show. Questions that were pertinent to the timeline were not asked. Nothing about time or timelines was […]

Mandalay Bay security officer Jesus Campos breaks silence

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LAS VEGAS – Mandalay Bay Security Officer Jesus Campos broke his silence and appeared Wednesday with Maintenance Engineer Steven Schuck on The Ellen DeGeneres show. Questions that were pertinent to the timeline were not asked. Nothing about time or timelines was […]

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Turnaround Tuesday receives 2017 Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award

Turnaround Tuesday, a program that helps formerly incarcerated individuals and others looking for a fresh start to re-enter the workforce, was awarded the 2017 Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award  Saturday,

Sexual harassment isn’t just a Hollywood issue

Sexual assault is not something that should be a hot topic. It shouldn’t be trending, but the truth has reared its ugly head again, and now the public is

Mandalay Bay Security Officer Jesus Campos getting a bad rap

Mandalay Bay Security Officer Jesus Campos received his “SPFPA Hero Award” for bravery in the line of duty on Oct. 10, after having been wounded in the leg by

Hollywood has gained the world, but lost its soul

It is classic utilitarianism that Harvey Weinstein would be sacrificed for the benefit of the many who still exploit and abuse women in Hollywood. It has been pointed out

Stephen Paddock is the poster boy for lone-wolf terrorism

Mass murderer and domestic terrorist Stephen Paddock was what law enforcement has been fearing for years — a genuine lone-wolf terrorist, a man who was completely off the grid. I

Sorry Bernie but free tuition is never free

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Talk on the far left about “free” college tuition got a boost last week from an acolyte of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, the foremost proponent of this

Las Vegas cover-up allegations surface involving another incident

It smells like a cover-up in Las Vegas. But this is not the Las Vegas massacre case where Stephen Paddock gunned down 58 people and injured hundreds more Oct. 1

Las Vegas Police shined as medics and lifesavers during massacre

While automatic weapons fire was raining down on a crowd of 22,000 concert attendees during the October 1 massacre in Las Vegas, police officers from the Las Vegas Metropolitan

Hurricane Irma National Key Deer Refuge bunkhouse maintenance facilities have significant damage Photo by USFWS

Baltimore artist utilizes evocative painting to aid victims of Hurricane Irma

National Key Deer Refuge bunkhouse and maintenance facilities show significant damage from Hurricane Irma. Photo by USFWS Hurricane Irma – the most powerful storm to strike the United States since

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