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House panel votes to authorize subpoena for Kellyanne Conway

WASHINGTON – After White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway declined an invitation to testify before the House Oversight and Reform Committee about her possible violations of the Hatch Act, the committee voted Wednesday to authorize a subpoena that would compel her to […]

House panel votes to authorize subpoena for Kellyanne Conway

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WASHINGTON – After White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway declined an invitation to testify before the House Oversight and Reform Committee about her possible violations of the Hatch Act, the committee voted Wednesday to authorize a subpoena that would compel her to […]

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Columbia’s oldest high-rise being demolished to make way for more development

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com With wrecking ball swinging and clouds of dust flying, Columbia’s first high-rise office building, the 52-year-old American Cities Building, is being demolished to make way for the

What would war between the US and Iran look like?

WASHINGTON – A full-scale war between the U.S. and Iran would be a bloody conflict with repercussions that extend far beyond that country’s borders, foreign policy analysts told TMN. “A war

Oh Manny, be gentle on the Orioles

BALTIMORE – Now comes that moment when the gods of baseball pour salt into the wounds of the Baltimore Orioles. The year’s not embarrassing enough? Now Manny Machado’s coming

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NASA, Aerojet to Demonstrate ‘Green Propellant’ in Space

Space agency will power satellite with Areojet Rocketdyne Propulsion. (photo credit Cesar Henrique Brandao) CAPE CANAVERAL -- Aerojet Rocketdyne, along with NASA, Ball Aerospace and the Air Force Research

Masked police officials attend a demonstartion in this photo from Reflections: A Brief History of Looking at Ourselves at the Maryland Historical Society.

‘Reflections’ links past to present at Maryland Historical Society

Masked police officials attend a demonstration in a gripping image from Reflections: A Brief History of Looking at Ourselves. (courtesy Maryland Historical Society) Baltimore -- In a world where we

Las Vegas police and prosecutorial corruption, misconduct forefront of sex-trafficker’s appeal

Liz Mercer and Chris Baughman ( 2012 LVMPD press briefing) Screenshot. LAS VEGAS — Attorneys representing convicted Las Vegas sex-trafficker Ocean Fleming are appealing his 2018 re-sentencing to the Supreme

Pelosi defends Biden after the former VP said he was able to work with segregationist lawmakers

WASHINGTON — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi defended Joe Biden on Thursday after the former vice president came under fire for saying he was able to work with segregationist lawmakers during his

Jewish GOP leader rebukes AOC for calling ICE facilities ‘concentration camps’

WASHINGTON – The national chairman of the Republican Jewish Coalition rebuked Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) after the freshman lawmaker called ICE detention centers that house undocumented immigrants “concentration camps.” “It’s so

Smaller class sizes allow teachers to connect with students and achieve more

By Mark Naydan Larger classroom sizes are not only more difficult for teachers to manage but they also have been proven to make it more difficult for students to learn. Recently,

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