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Orioles are worse than the ’88 team

BALTIMORE —  Turn away if you must, but do not deny the arithmetic, which is inscribed on our souls. Any moment now, the Baltimore Orioles will match the worst season in their 65-year history and implicitly send a message to […]

Orioles are worse than the ’88 team

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BALTIMORE —  Turn away if you must, but do not deny the arithmetic, which is inscribed on our souls. Any moment now, the Baltimore Orioles will match the worst season in their 65-year history and implicitly send a message to […]

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Paul Simon’s Homeward Bound tour second encore steals the show

WASHINGTON DC — Paul Simon, one of the hugest iconic stars of the star-packed 60s and 70s music scene, performed with his jazzy band to a mostly sold-out audience

Displays inside the Prairie Mound Schoolhouse at the Gen John J. Pershing Boyhood Home in Laclede, MO. (Anthony C. Hayes)

John J. Pershing Historic site to dedicate Commemorative Garden to fallen Americans of WWI

LACLEDE., MO: There was nothing about the boyhood of John J. Pershing which would hint of his eventual fame. When his chores on the two family farms were complete,

House passes $146.5 billion spending bill that partially funds the government

WASHINGTON – The House of Representatives Thursday approved a $146.5 billion spending bill that partially funds the government. The measure passed 377-20. Two Democrats voted no as did 18 Republicans. The legislation

South Pacific: Tidal wave of talent hits beach at Olney Theatre

Jessica Bennett, Calvin McCullough, Jessica Lauren Ball, Chris Rudy, Amanda Kaplan, David Schlumpf, and Christina Kidd in "There is Nothin' Like A Dame" in SOUTH PACIFIC. (Photo: Stan Barouh) Before

Ryan: No reason to dispute Hurricane Maria’s death toll in Puerto Rico

WASHINGTON — House Speaker Paul Ryan said he does not dispute the Puerto Rican government’s estimate that nearly 3,000 people were killed in a hurricane that ravaged the island last year. “I

Pappas well-positioned to become New Hampshire’s first openly gay member of Congress

WASHINGTON — New Hampshire Executive Council member Chris Pappas is well-positioned to become the Granite State’s first openly gay member of Congress after winning the First District Democratic primary on Tuesday. “Chris

Second jobs and the truth

By James V. Shuls As a first-grade teacher, I worked a second job. I waited tables. I tended bar. I even did landscaping. I didn’t do it “to make ends

Former Trump campaign adviser refutes claims that Kelly and Mattis made disparaging remarks about the president

WASHINGTON – Former Trump campaign adviser Michael Caputo refuted the accuracy of claims in Bob Woodward’s soon-to-be-released book that claimed White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly and Secretary

Was the Kavanaugh hearing the most contentious in modern US history?

WASHINGTON – The confirmation hearing for President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, brought out the worst in people and politics with dozens of arrests, widespread profanity, personal

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