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Las Vegas mass shooting civil case heading toward mediation

LAS VEGAS — MGM Resorts International, the owners of the Mandalay Bay Hotel where gunman Stephen Paddock fired down into the Route 91 Harvest music festival from his 32nd floor suite, killing 58 and wounding over 400, will be seeking […]

Las Vegas mass shooting civil case heading toward mediation

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LAS VEGAS — MGM Resorts International, the owners of the Mandalay Bay Hotel where gunman Stephen Paddock fired down into the Route 91 Harvest music festival from his 32nd floor suite, killing 58 and wounding over 400, will be seeking […]

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Nelson holds a razor-thin lead in Florida Senate race, poll finds

WASHINGTON — Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson has a razor-thin lead over Republican Gov. Rick Scott in the Florida Senate race, according to a poll released Thursday. The St. Pete Polls survey found that

McSally has a comfortable lead over Sinema in the Arizona Senate race, poll says

WASHINGTON – GOP Rep. Martha McSally has a comfortable lead over Democratic Rep. Krysten Sinema in the Arizona Senate race, according to a poll released Thursday. The Arizona ABC 15/OH Predictive

West Virginia sees near-record turnout among early voters

WASHINGTON – West Virginia is seeing near-record turnout among early voters, according to the state’s former Republican chair and current Democratic party chair. “We would expect traditional lower turnout than a

Senator questions security breach at courthouse by Howard County Register of Wills

By Meg Tully Associate Editor, MarylandReporter.com State Sen. Gail Bates is asking for answers about a breach of security at Howard County  Courthouse involving Register of Wills Byron Macfarlane at the end

Did MGM Resorts International put profits before safety?

LAS VEGAS — Current and former employees of MGM Resorts International (MGMRI) who spoke to the Baltimore Post-Examiner say that MGMRI executives dropped the ball, because they failed to implement

Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds tour at The Anthem in Washington, D.C. Oct 25, 2018 credit Todd Welsh

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds all in for show at The Anthem in DC

Jetting halfway around the world to undertake a grueling month-long, ten-stop Latin and North American tour is enough to wear anyone out. And world-weary may be the best way

Megyn Kelly with her blackface preposterousness, the Pittsburgh synagogue shooter, and the pipe bomb maniac claw at our national sensitivities

BALTIMORE – The Pittsburgh synagogue killings, and the pipe bomb mailings that preceded them, almost make us forget the fall from grace of television’s Megyn Kelly. But they shouldn’t,

FBI gets it done while the White House and Congress continue to embarrass our country

LAS VEGAS — Five days after the first improvised explosive device (IED) was delivered to the home of billionaire George Soros, the FBI with the assistance of other law

Frankenstein: Christian Michaud (Victor Frankenstein) et Étienne Pilon (La Créature) -- credit Deckard97 - Wikimedia

200th Anniversary of Frankenstein for Halloween at Library of Congress

Christian Michaud (Victor Frankenstein) et Étienne Pilon (La Créature) -- credit Deckard97 - Wikimedia Washington, D.C.: It has been 200 years since English novelist Mary Shelley captured our imagination with

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