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Barr’s four-page letter perfectly fits America’s attention span

BALTIMORE – As everybody knows, we Americans have no attention spans whatsoever. Our national attention span was sawed off by years of TV news relentlessly giving us 15-second stories, by decades of 30-second commercial spots, and by 140-character tweets serving […]

Barr’s four-page letter perfectly fits America’s attention span

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BALTIMORE – As everybody knows, we Americans have no attention spans whatsoever. Our national attention span was sawed off by years of TV news relentlessly giving us 15-second stories, by decades of 30-second commercial spots, and by 140-character tweets serving […]

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Las Vegas Metro Police SWAT Officer Levi Hancock describes breaching Paddock’s hotel suite

LAS VEGAS — The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department released Wednesday the final batch of the October 1, 2017 Las Vegas Massacre records. Whether all the records in the possession

Latest college admissions scam is affirmative action for rich undeserving white students

BALTIMORE — Among my best friends in high school was Mansfield (Sonny) Newsom, who sat directly in front of me for three years by dint of alphabetical order. I

Why is the Las Vegas media silent on Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson?

LAS VEGAS — Las Vegas Township Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson's future rests with the Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline. The court has scheduled oral arguments on April 2, 2019 at 10

Former Governor Harry Hughes was a man of integrity when Maryland needed it the most

BALTIMORE – Harry Hughes, who died Wednesday, at 92, became governor of Maryland when the Free State seemed to lead the country in political corruption, and he set an

Las Vegas Massacre victims and MGM Resorts’ lawyers continue to try to reach out-of-court settlement

LAS VEGAS — The mediation between lawyers representing MGM Resorts International (MGMRI), the owners of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, and the victims' lawyers of the October 1, 2017 Las

Manafort’s light sentence prompts anger and resentment

BALTIMORE – Years ago, doing some reporting on Maryland’s prisons, I spent enough time at the state penitentiary to ask a rather personal question of an inmate there known

Cummings is right: ‘We are better than this’

BALTIMORE – Elijah Cummings believes in America in spite of an America he’s known his whole life. The Democratic congressman out of undernourished West Baltimore told the whole country

Las Vegas judge’s statement to judicial investigator about KLAS-TV interview conflicts with statement made to the Baltimore Post-Examiner

LAS VEGAS — A statement made by Las Vegas Township Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson during a September 2018 interview with an investigator for the Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline conflicts

Las Vegas Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson says she threatened suspect in unsolved murders then kicked in his door

LAS VEGAS —  Las Vegas Township Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson told the Baltimore Post-Examiner she threatened Shane Valentine, a Las Vegas pimp who is a suspect in the 2016 unsolved double

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