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Senate confirms deputy transportation secretary to replace Rosenstein

WASHINGTON – The Senate Thursday afternoon confirmed Deputy Transportation Secretary Jeffrey A. Rosen as Deputy Attorney General. The nomination was approved 52-45. All Republicans voted yes. All Democrats voted no. Rosen, 61, is a former corporate lawyer and a former general […]

Senate confirms deputy transportation secretary to replace Rosenstein

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WASHINGTON – The Senate Thursday afternoon confirmed Deputy Transportation Secretary Jeffrey A. Rosen as Deputy Attorney General. The nomination was approved 52-45. All Republicans voted yes. All Democrats voted no. Rosen, 61, is a former corporate lawyer and a former general […]

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Former AG Mukasey says Andrew McCabe could be prosecuted

WASHINGTON – Former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey predicted that former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe could be prosecuted for having lied to investigators about media leaks related to the

Rosenstein sounds off about Comey, Russians in first public appearance since he resigned

Former U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein speaks to the annual meeting of the Greater Baltimore Committee Monday night. GBC photo BALTIMORE — Rod Rosenstein, in his first day of

NFL donates one million dollars to honor WWI vets

Donation to support the construction of the new National Memorial in Nation's Capital WASHINGTON, DC: The U.S. World War I Centennial Commission announced today that the National Football

Nevada Supreme Court Ruling: Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson wins round one

LAS VEGAS — The Nevada Supreme Court ruled Friday that Las Vegas Township Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson is not required to answer written questions from the state Commission on Judicial

Boeing 737 ‘torture-taxi’ used for CIA renditions later purchased by MGM Resorts International from shell company

They were dubbed the “torture-taxi.” Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) operated aircraft that were used to ferry kidnapped suspected terrorists in the now infamous U.S. rendition program to countries that permitted

Pay teachers what they deserve

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Day and Teacher Appreciation Week, we publish this opinion piece by a Prince George’s County teacher. By Yvonne N. Baicich Teachers have to compete a lot

Charm city is at crossroads but hope is still alive

BALTIMORE – This city has come to a crossroads in its history, and not only because a new mayor has arrived with the old one disgraced and forced from

Report: 263,000 jobs added in April; unemployment rate lowest since 1969

WASHINGTON – The national unemployment rate has plummeted in the 28 months President Donald Trump has been in office and the latest jobs report relayed a continuation of that trend. According to the

Grammy Award winning artist Herb Alpert and Lani Hall perform at City Winery in Washington DC on on Wednesday May 1, 2019. (PHOTO/Mike Jordan)

Herb Alpert, Lani Hall jazz up the night at DC City Winery

Herb Alpert and wife Lani Hall performing at the City Winery in Washington DC (Mike Jordan) Having that first hit record is a thrill every fledgling musician longs to experience. 

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