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  • Baltimore's youth poet laureate wants to discuss 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...
  • 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...
  • Schmoke's vindication

    Schmoke's vindication
    When Gov. Larry Hogan's task force on heroin overdose deaths met at the University of Baltimore last week, the panel was greeted by the school's newly installed president, Kurt Schmoke, a former Baltimore mayor with plenty of experience coping with the...
  • Son of 'Serial' subject's lawyer defends mother

    Son of 'Serial' subject's lawyer defends mother
    Roberto Gutierrez first heard about "Serial" from a friend who told him about the captivating podcast that raised questions about a 15-year-old murder case in his hometown and someone even closer to him — his late mother. He tuned in to the series...
  • 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...
  • Rep. Aaron Schock's problems could follow him after he quits Congress

    Rep. Aaron Schock's problems could follow him after he quits Congress
    Rep. Aaron Schock's resignation after six weeks of intense scrutiny over spending, travel and real estate deals marked a stunning fall for a politician once seen as a rising young voice in Congress. "It seemed like he was going to be a new, younger face...
  • Michael Johnson indictment dismissed, Mosby plans appeal

    Michael Johnson indictment dismissed, Mosby plans appeal
    A Baltimore judge decided Thursday that Michael Maurice Johnson will not be tried for a third time in the murder of a teenager visiting Baltimore in 2010, prompting an immediate vow from the city's top prosecutor to continue to pursue the case....
  • Civil rights historian aims to reform NCAA 'cartel'

    Civil rights historian aims to reform NCAA 'cartel'
    When he's not looking beyond the basketball court — and contemplating who is getting rich from college athletics and, more pointedly, who is not —Taylor Branch still enjoys the games. "I watch the March Madness tournaments sporadically," the...
  • A religious convergence

    A religious convergence
    The confluence of certain Jewish and Christian holidays is not so rare that it qualifies for a minor religious miracle. Occasionally, Hanukkah and Christmas more or less overlap, as do Passover and certain aspects of Easter; that's the advantage of...
  • Hogan's Maryland: open for big business

    Hogan's Maryland: open for big business
    Driving home to Baltimore from a meeting with a potential new customer one cold February afternoon, my wife and I chuckled when we crossed the state border. In addition to "Maryland Welcomes You," our state's "Enjoy Your Visit!" sign on Route 15 now read,...
  • A clash of freedoms in Indiana

    Neither side in the uproar over Indiana's "religious freedom restoration" law has been totally candid about its benefits or its dangers. That often happens in politics, an arena in which it often seems that no statement is too good to be overstated. For...