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  • Today's front page, weather & traffic

    Today's front page, weather & traffic
    Good morning, Baltimore! Here's what you need to know for your Thursday. WEATHER It’ll be mostly sunny today with temperatures reaching a high of 67, and then dropping to a low of 48 overnight. Rain will move into the area after midnight and...
  • GOP has few options to get Clinton emails short of arresting her

    WASHINGTON If Republican lawmakers really want to read Hillary Clinton's missing emails, they have a long way to go to get their hands on them. Congressional power only goes so far. The Republican-controlled House of Representatives could vote to sue the...
  • Joel D. Fedder, lawyer and developer

    Joel D. Fedder, lawyer and developer
    Joel D. Fedder, a partner in the Baltimore law firm of Fedder and Garten and later a real estate developer, philanthropist and environmentalist, died of cancer April 18 at his home in Longboat Key, Fla. He was 83. The son of Morris Fedder, a lawyer,...
  • Health exchange relies on non-competitive bidding to fix website

    Health exchange relies on non-competitive bidding to fix website
    As the state struggled under the national spotlight to fix its deeply flawed online health insurance marketplace last year, officials awarded more than $84 million in contracts without competition, about a third of the money spent on the troubled website....
  • Richard L. Friedman, business manager

    Richard L. Friedman, business manager
    Richard L. Friedman, former business manager of the old News American newspaper, died Saturday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of complications of a broken hip. He was 90. The son of Meyer Friedman, a Baltimore Transit Co. investigator, and Grace...
  • The charitable view in partisan politics

    The charitable view in partisan politics
    As the 2016 presidential campaign season takes off, we are reminded that politics in the United States is trapped in a cycle of dysfunctional partisanship. And it's our fault. But — before we are caught up in the swirl of television ads, debates and...
  • City's first youth poet laureate wants to use voice to discuss social justice

    City's first youth poet laureate wants to use voice to discuss social justice
    Growing up biracial in Baltimore, Derick Ebert said he's still trying to define his identity. He uses his poetry to find his place. In a city that grapples with racial divides — the police commissioner has decried 1950s-era racism and Mayor...
  • Fannie Angelos, attorney

    Fannie Angelos, attorney
    Fannie Angelos, who became an attorney at a time when female lawyers were rare and who was committed to expanding the ranks of women and minorities in the field, died April 9 at Johns Hopkins Hospital of complications from myelodysplastic syndrome. She...
  • Yeager rides Serene Harbor to surprise win in Grand National Steeplechase

     Yeager rides Serene Harbor to surprise win in Grand National Steeplechase
    Coming to Maryland from Minnesota, by way of Virginia, proved to be a path to success for Annie Yeager at the Grand National Steeplechase Races on Saturday afternoon. The 22-year old jockey showed a large crowd on a warm and sunny day in Butler that she...
  • City all-stars make most of 'once-in-a-lifetime opportunity' to play at Oriole Park

    City all-stars make most of 'once-in-a-lifetime opportunity' to play at Oriole Park
    Christian Spence had been to Oriole Park many times, with the last time being an Orioles playoff game last season. On Saturday, the Friends School senior got the opportunity to pitch from the same mound his heroes pitch from. He made the most of the...
  • City hopes to get more families to stay

    City hopes to get more families to stay
    City leaders and nonprofits are focusing in on families as they attempt to halt the city's population decline. Between 2000 and 2010, the city's population decreased 4.6 percent to just under 621,000, the smallest decrease in decades. But among those...