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For seven years, Richard Wilson Preston Jr. was on a national mission to rebrand and expand the Ku Klux Klan. As the founder and imperial wizard of the Confederate White Knights of the KKK, the Baltimore man appeared regularly in public and the media to insist that the Klan, notorious for…
10.07 / 19:59
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Pardon me while I shift focus for a moment from “bump stocks” on assault rifles, like the one reportedly used in Sunday’s mass killing in Las Vegas, to something just as likely to destroy the lives of multiple human beings at one time: the 50-round magazine Baltimore police say they confi…
10.07 / 19:14
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Crediting help from the community, longtime Baltimore activist and barbecue cook Shorty said he's recovered his grill after discovering it stolen Tuesday. The precise circumstances of how Duane “Shorty” Davis tracked down the missing $5,000 combination grill and smoker were not clear Sat…
10.07 / 16:11
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Baltimore police said three men were shot in separate incidents late Friday and early Saturday. Officers were called to a home in the 300 block of S. Monroe St. for a report of a shooting, police said. They found a 27-year-old man with gunshot wounds to his body. The victim was transported to…
10.07 / 16:11
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Acting Health Secretary Dennis R. Schrader and five other department officials will appeal a Baltimore judge’s decision to hold them in civil contempt of court over the state’s failure to provide enough psychiatric hospital beds for committed defendants. Christine Tobar, a spokeswoman for the Mar…
10.07 / 05:08
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Krish Vignarajah, a Democratic candidate for Maryland governor, asked a court Friday to affirm her eligibility to run for the office amid questions whether she meets residency requirements. Vignarajah, a former policy director for first lady Michelle Obama, filed a motion for declaratory…
10.07 / 05:08
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Gov. Larry Hogan said Friday he has named an assistant attorney general to the state’s second-highest court. The governor announced that he nominated Matthew J. Fader, who has worked in the Attorney General’s Office since 2010, to the Court of Special Appeals. Hogan said he made the choice fro…
10.07 / 05:08
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Three people charged in a bribery case involving millions of dollars of state IT contracts under Gov. Martin O'Malley pleaded not guilty in federal court Friday. The case involves an alleged scheme by Isabel FitzGerald, a senior official in O’Malley’s administration credited with fixing the sta…
10.07 / 05:08
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Easing taxes on manufacturers and other businesses is critical to helping America remain competitive in an increasingly global economy, House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday during a visit to a century-old manufacturing business on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Small businesses like Dixon Valve &…
10.07 / 05:08
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Baltimore police on Friday named a 19-year-old suspect in the killing last month of Tyrone Ray, the 22-year-old grandson of Maryland House Majority Whip Talmadge Branch. They asked for the public’s help in locating him. Police said Raekwon Thornton, of the 3600 block of Elmley Ave. in B…
10.07 / 05:08
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Anne Arundel County police disclosed Friday three recent killings that they say are gang-related, but they were mum on details while issuing a cryptic warning to residents to come forward if they are in fear. Chief Timothy Altomare said at a news conference Friday afternoon that in a rare…
10.07 / 05:08
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It was never just about the barbecue, not last week when Shorty Davis grilled 400 hot dogs for Baltimore children who each left with a full belly and a book, too. Not two months ago when families came for his free hamburgers and stayed for his showing of a documentary on mass incarceration.…
10.07 / 05:08
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Gov. Larry Hogan said Friday he has named an assistant attorney general to the state’s second-highest court. The governor announced that he nominated Matthew J. Fader, who has worked in the Attorney General’s Office since 2010, to the Court of Special Appeals. Hogan said he made the choice fro…
10.07 / 05:08
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Three people charged in a bribery case involving millions of dollars of state IT contracts under Gov. Martin O'Malley pleaded not guilty in federal court Friday. The case involves an alleged scheme by Isabel FitzGerald, a senior official in O’Malley’s administration credited with fixing the sta…
10.07 / 05:08
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"Sonically, we're reaching for taller, wider, and more vast, more epic…
10.07 / 04:35
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"Yes, it's positively heartbreaking, but there's love all over it," says the film's…
10.07 / 04:35
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"I support you ladies and I am sure you will not be the last to come forward now that the dam has…
10.07 / 04:35
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Acts featured on the stream include Red Hot Chili Peppers, Gorillaz, Portugal. the Man and Tove…
10.07 / 04:35
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"There’s a poignancy to the song that seems appropriate with everything going on in the world t…
10.07 / 04:35
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgiWk4zWnJo The drama. The loyalty. The speculation about who stays and who goes . The Trump administration has it all. And so did Donald Trump's run on The Apprentice. The personality that made the show a hit is also what propelled Trump to the presidency. But as with his administration, Trump also stirred controversy on the set. A former producer tells the NPR podcast Embedded that at times Trump used "really unfathomably despicable words" while the…
10.06 / 19:22
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