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  • Hey Cabbie: Tired of this shit

    Hey Cabbie: Tired of this shit
    Racial issues will be America’s downfall! She has to come to grips with the issue and lean toward equality, by showing it, expressing it, and by all means demonstrating it to the people. Concrete short- and long-term goals and solutions are an...
  • Dundalk beating was a hate crime

    Dundalk beating was a hate crime
    I am not surprised at The Sun's omission of racial identities in its coverage of the vicious beating of Richard Fletcher, a 61-year-old Dundalk man ("More arrests in brutal Dundalk beating," May 12). Of course, that's because the victim is white and the...
  • Mob rule in Baltimore

    Mob rule in Baltimore
    I came up from the D.C. suburbs to take part in the Saturday demonstration in support of the Baltimore Police Department. I confess I was afraid to do it but I did it ("Supporters of police rally in front of Baltimore City Hall," May 30). Why did I do...
  • Kemp's late cross to Arrieta helps D.C. United tie Revolution

    Kemp's late cross to Arrieta helps D.C. United tie Revolution
    Jairo Arrieta scored in the 80th minute on a cross from Taylor Kemp (Maryland) and visiting D.C. United rallied to tie the nine-man New England Revolution, 1-1, on Saturday night in Major League Soccer. D.C. United (6-2-4) remained atop the Eastern...
  • Fate of Gov. Tom Wolf's state police nominee uncertain heading into full Senate vote

    Fate of Gov. Tom Wolf's state police nominee uncertain heading into full Senate vote
    HARRISBURG — The fate of Gov. Tom Wolf's choice to head the state police remains uncertain after a Senate committee Wednesday cleared Marcus Brown's nomination for a full Senate vote without saying whether it supports or opposes him for the job....
  • Baltimore police release new numbers on terminations under Batts

    Baltimore police release new numbers on terminations under Batts
    Amid conflicting statements from Commissioner Anthony W. Batts and the Baltimore Police Department about the number of officers terminated for misconduct, the agency on Wednesday released new statistics showing that the number is higher than previously...
  • Baltimore police limit requests for surplus military goods

    Baltimore police limit requests for surplus military goods
    When President Barack Obama called last week for limiting a controversial federal program that allows law enforcement agencies to obtain surplus military equipment, he pointedly mentioned the unrest in Baltimore. But the city's Police Department had not...
  • Give Baltimoreans a voice in fixing police-community relations

    Give Baltimoreans a voice in fixing police-community relations
    There are many reasons that Baltimore's police and community relationships are frayed. Some will take a long time to fix, but there are also some basic things we have failed to get right for far too long. Take, for example, Baltimore's Civilian Review...
  • Nero Tolerance: As O'Malley announces a run for president, a look at his Baltimore legacy

    Nero Tolerance: As O'Malley announces a run for president, a look at his Baltimore legacy
    On Saturday, Martin O’Malley officially announced his bid for the presidency amid Baltimore’s most murderous month in more than 40 years. Baltimore City saw 43 murders in May, the deadliest month since 1972, when almost 300,000 more people...
  • Baltimore records deadliest month in more than 40 years

    Baltimore records deadliest month in more than 40 years
    With three men killed in eastside shootings on Sunday, Baltimore recorded its deadliest month in more than 40 years. The 43 killings in May surpassed the 42 homicides the city saw in August 1990, and left Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake defending...
  • City Council report blasts speed camera program

    City Council report blasts speed camera program
    The City Council released a sharply critical assessment Monday of Baltimore's once-lucrative speed camera system, faulting the program's enormous size and lack of oversight. "Don't build a program if you can't operate it. That message was sent loudly...