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Maryland Senate approves extra funding for Public TV if Trump cuts aid

By Daniel Menefee For Maryland Reporter Starting next year live C-Span style deliberations of the Maryland House and Senate could be televised and live streamed during the last two weeks of each session, under a provision in a bill to […]

Maryland Senate approves extra funding for Public TV if Trump cuts aid

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By Daniel Menefee For Maryland Reporter Starting next year live C-Span style deliberations of the Maryland House and Senate could be televised and live streamed during the last two weeks of each session, under a provision in a bill to […]

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The Lyric to adopt ‘Annie’ from April 21-22

When it comes to “Annie,” hope – no matter if it’s during the Great Depression or in a year of political turmoil – always springs eternal. “It’s the timeless story

Dutch Elections: Swing to the right with Turkish delight

The parliamentary elections in the Netherlands Wednesday produced a disastrous weakening of the left wing in Parliament and a strengthening of the parties at the center and the right side. The

Maryland paid sick leave bill ‘dead on arrival’

Gov. Larry Hogan tells reporters he will veto "terrible" sick leave bills, flanked by Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, left, and Chief Legislative Officer Christopher Shank. From Governor's Office video By

Columbia at 50 Part 9 Environment: Respecting the land while building a city

This is the ninth part in a series of 12 monthly essays leading up to Columbia’s 50th birthday celebration in June. It ran first in The Business Monthly, circulating in

Trump and Clinton voters in Maryland followed 2012 pattern

By William G. Rothstein For MarylandReporter.com The reasons for the election of Donald Trump as president can be better understood by an analysis of voting patterns in Maryland counties. Hillary Clinton

Harlem Globetrotters player Slick Willie Shaw helps a young fan get into the spin. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Globetrotters chill ahead of DC, Fairfax, Baltimore games

Harlem Globetrotters forward Slick Willie Shaw helps a young fan get into the spin. (Anthony C. Hayes) As Winter Storm Stella passed through Washington, DC, Harlem Globetrotters female star Hoops

Maryland considering becoming a ‘sanctuary state’ to flout Trump travel ban

By Michael Collins For MarylandReporter.com Many communities in Maryland are openly flouting federal laws regarding immigration by establishing themselves as “sanctuary cities,” and, by doing so; they are creating a troublesome

Trump’s firing of US Attorney Preet Bharara raises questions

Preet Bharara and his wife. Wikipedia. WASHINGTON - The firing of former United States Attorney, Preet Bharara this past Saturday by the Trump Administration will forever raise questions that will

Netherlands: Elections in a shattered European landscape

Europe is in political and social turmoil. There are many reasons for this situation, such as the constant threat of terrorism, the influx of refugees from the Middle East and

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