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  • Obama: U.S. must face up to the kind of violence that happened in Charleston

    Obama: U.S. must face up to the kind of violence that happened in Charleston
    At a town hall meeting in South Carolina this year, President Obama looked back on the most difficult moment of his presidency — the shooting deaths of 20 children and six educators in the Newtown school massacre in Connecticut — and expressed...
  • The latest on church shooting: Survivor played dead

    10:45 p.m. Felecia Sanders says she survived a shooting massacre at a historic black church in Charleston by playing dead as she lay on top of her granddaughter to protect her. Cynthia Taylor told The Associated Press that she spoke with Sanders and...
  • Obama praises Lynch as tough-but-fair attorney general

    President Barack Obama on Wednesday praised Attorney General Loretta Lynch as tough but fair and committed to justice, traits that have prepared her to make her mark as the American people's lawyer. During a second, ceremonial swearing-in ceremony for...
  • Obama says church shooting shows need for reckoning on guns

    Obama says church shooting shows need for reckoning on guns
    Giving voice to intense heartache, anger and sadness, President Barack Obama said Thursday the South Carolina church shooting that left nine people dead shows the need for a national reckoning on gun violence. He acknowledged, though, that there's no...
  • City Council president plans to fight for Laurel MARC station

    The owners of Laurel Park, who plan to build a transit-oriented development with retail and residential space near the racetrack, have requested the state Department of Transportation open a commuter train stop in Laurel closer to the track and the...
  • Sympathy, calls for more gun control after church slayings

    The fatal shooting of eight worshippers and a pastor at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina, on Wednesday provoked strong reactions from political, church and civil rights leaders and was held up by gun control advocates as another...
  • Navy ship christened for Giffords, wounded in 2011 shooting

    Former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle "Gabby" Giffords of Arizona had a Navy vessel named in her honor during a ceremony at a Mobile, Alabama, shipyard Saturday afternoon. Giffords joined others including Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden, as the USS...
  • Rawlings-Blake to head U.S. Conference of Mayors

    Rawlings-Blake to head U.S. Conference of Mayors
    Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is in San Francisco this weekend to be sworn in as president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors — a position she says she'll use to advocate for fixes to Baltimore's entrenched problems. "The systemic...
  • Who will negotiate the budget deal?

    WASHINGTON With a little more than 100 days left to avoid a government shutdown, the federal budget process is about to lurch to a halt and it remains unclear who can get it going again. Senate Democrats are promising to filibuster all of the annual...
  • Biden makes first public appearance since burying son

    Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday made his first public appearance since burying his oldest son earlier this month, thanking major foundations and institutional investors for pledging to spend more than $4 billion on new technologies to reduce climate...
  • Official: Laurel Park wants MARC station moved next to the track

    The owners of Laurel Park, who plan to build a transit-oriented development with retail and residential space near the racetrack, have asked the state to open a MARC commuter rail stop closer to the track, Laurel City Council President Ed Ricks said....