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‘Peppermint’ leaves sour taste

2 out of 4 stars Jennifer Garner will never, ever be confused with Liam Neeson, no matter how many bad guys she kills, but that doesn’t matter she can’t try. In “Peppermint,” she morphs from a loving mom into a […]

‘Peppermint’ leaves sour taste

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2 out of 4 stars Jennifer Garner will never, ever be confused with Liam Neeson, no matter how many bad guys she kills, but that doesn’t matter she can’t try. In “Peppermint,” she morphs from a loving mom into a […]

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Matory: Once a Democratic candidate, now a conservative Republican for Congress

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Four years ago, Liz Matory was a Democratic candidate for the House of Delegates in Montgomery County. After coming in seventh and dead last in a race

Sen. Booker releases ‘committee confidential’ Kavanaugh documents

WASHINGTON — In defiance of Senate rules and fully aware of the potential consequences, Sen. Cory Booker on Thursday released 15-pages of confidential emails related to Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett

Kavanaugh stresses importance of judicial independence amid protest disruption

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, stressed the importance of judicial independence amid sporadic interruption from protesters during the second day of his confirmation hearing. “The

Maryland can accelerate jobs and cleaner environment with EV charging stations

By Mahi Reddy Maryland has a clear opportunity before it to become a leader in transportation electrification and 21st century jobs. This week, the Maryland Public Service Commission will consider a forward-looking

Jealous’ prison math doesn’t add up

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Reducing mass incarceration and the number of inmates in Maryland prisons has been a key element of Ben Jealous’ Democratic campaign for governor from the start. By

Kavanaugh says if confirmed he will decide cases absent of personal and political considerations

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, told a Senate panel Tuesday that if confirmed he will decide cases absent of personal and political preferences. “If confirmed

Senate Judiciary Committee Democrats move to adjourn Kavanaugh hearing

WASHINGTON — At the start of the confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh on Tuesday, Senate Judiciary Committee Democrats moved to adjourn the hearing pending the review of

‘Collision of Wills’ takes us inside the secret feud between Unitas and Shula

BALTIMORE – Now that they’ve finished training camp and separated the men from the boys, the National Football League opens regular-season play this week so the survivors can begin

Loch Bar diners make merry on a warm summer evening in Harbor East in Baltimore, MD. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Harbor East: Careful Planning Creates Urban Gem In Baltimore

Loch Bar diners make merry on a warm summer evening in Harbor East. (Anthony C. Hayes) BALTIMORE, MD: In the early 1980s, the eastern part of Baltimore’s ‘basin’ consisted mostly

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