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Lott: Deal on spending caps and the debt ceiling is unlikely to happen by August

WASHINGTON – Former Senate Majority Trent Lott said he thinks it is unlikely that congressional leaders and the Trump administration will reach an agreement on spending caps and the debt ceiling by the time lawmakers leave town for the August recess. […]

Lott: Deal on spending caps and the debt ceiling is unlikely to happen by August

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WASHINGTON – Former Senate Majority Trent Lott said he thinks it is unlikely that congressional leaders and the Trump administration will reach an agreement on spending caps and the debt ceiling by the time lawmakers leave town for the August recess. […]

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Jim Bouton’s ‘Ball Four’ changed the game for sports writers

BALTIMORE  — In all of the culture wars waged across America over the last half-century, Jim Bouton hurled some of the most compelling strikes. He didn’t just write a

Retired Las Vegas Metro Police Capt. Larry Burns who ran against Lombardo dies at 61

LAS VEGAS — Retired Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Capt. Larry Burns who ran unsuccessfully against Joe Lombardo in the 2014 race for Clark County Nevada sheriff, passed away

Sheriff Joe Lombardo, head of the Las Vegas Metro Police should be impeached

LAS VEGAS — One week after the Baltimore Post-Examiner requested the after-action report on the October 1, 2017 Las Vegas Massacre, that police sources told us had been completed and

That’s the Ticket: Jon Lovitz on his move to stand-up comedy

BALTIMORE — To say that actor/comedian Jon Lovitz was a little nervous when he started performing stand-up comedy is, according to him, a bit of an understatement. “Not a little

Trixie Little is launching a new podcast called Vive La Renaissance

Trixie Little rebuffs reproach with call for Renaissance

BALTIMORE -- Trixie Little – that tiny redhead with an infectious laugh and engaging smile – has never led what most would consider to be a “normal” life. As

Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson rock Royal Farms Arena

Call it a match made in heaven, or in the case of Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie, a match made in hell. The two shock-rockers have joined forces this summer

MECU Pavilion Becomes Summer Jam Band Central

It’s pavilion season friends, and MECU Pavilion has stacked up three of the Jam Band scene’s big guns to heat up your summer nights right here in downtown Baltimore. Thursday,

Baltimore Post-Examiner’s Doug Poppa on Nancy Grace discussing Las Vegas Corruption

Sydney Land, 21 and Nehemiah ‘Neo” Kauffman had been dead for more than 24 hours when their bodies were found. They had been shot in the head in their

Cards which annouced the Mt. Park Camp Meeting Association's Camp Meeting Season were on display in the Mountain Park Lake Museum during Chautauqua, Then & Now. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Mountain Lake Park Chautauqua celebrates historic spirituality, science, song

Mountain Lake Park, MD -- A century ago – when the automobile of choice was the Model T – Americans who wanted to travel any distance usually opted to

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