This is the second installment in the “Arthur & Viv” series, a historical account of life in Baltimore from the 1940s – 1960s that is (like most things on the LR Blog) loosely based on a true story. 867 more words
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The first phase of construction at Under Armour’s new corporate digs — a 500,000-square-foot slice of the sportswear maker’s planned 3.9-million-square foot-campus — could break ground in Port Covington early next year, officials said Thursday. 55 more words
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar isn’t afraid to express himself. His latest target? The gender pay gap.
Ensconced in the axle of a painted-over tractor trailer, the more than 65 pounds of heroin were smuggled across the Mexican border with Texas and transported across the country to a house nestled in the woods 30 miles north of New York City. 13 more words
The cost of Volkswagen’s emissions scandal keeps climbing. The company has now agreed on compensation for the dealerships that had diesel VW cars on their lots that turned out to be rigged to cheat on emissions tests. 13 more words