Tyus Bowser takes on leadership role this season

A lot has changed for fifth-year outside linebacker Tyus Bowser over the years. He came to the Baltimore Ravens as a 2017 second-round pick out of Houston. The Ravens defense had plenty of veteran leaders like Terrell Suggs,...

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Orioles host Crab feast at Oriole Park on August 13

Fans are invited to attend the second-ever Crab Feast, presented by Miller Lite, at Oriole Park on Friday, August 13, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. While the Orioles are in Boston to take on the Red Sox, fans ages 21 and over can watch...

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New novel centers on colorism

In her 1983 book, In Search of Our Mother’s Gardens, celebrated author Alice Walker, defined colorism as “prejudicial or preferential treatment of same-race people based solely on their color.” This is the central topic in The...

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Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week begins Friday, July 23

The best tasting week of the season begins this Friday when Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week presented by OLD BAY (#BaltRW) returns on July 23 through Sunday, August 1, 2021. Specially priced Restaurant Week menus will provide...

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  • by Robert Farley
    The 2022 budget proposed by President Joe Biden would redistribute income, hitting high-income earners with tax increases and providing refundable tax credits to low- and middle-income Americans. Ads from the conservative Club for Growth targeting nine vulnerable Democrats and one centrist Republican in the House, however, distort the impact of the Biden plan on taxpayers. […]
  • by D'Angelo Gore
    The Food and Drug Administration says male infertility is not a known side effect of the antiparasitic medication ivermectin. Dubious claims that the drug sterilizes 85% of male users were incorrectly attributed to a questionable 2011 study of the drug's effect on a small sample of Nigerian men with onchocerciasis, a tropical disease also known as […]
  • by Lori Robertson
    Democrats and Republicans are once again in a standoff over a looming debt limit crisis. Congress must raise or suspend the limit on federal borrowing soon or the U.S. government won't be able to pay its bills. Here we provide the facts on the political dispute. The post Debt Limit Q&A appeared first on FactCheck.org.
  • by D'Angelo Gore
    Q: How do people who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 pose a risk to people who have been vaccinated? A: An unvaccinated person who is infected with COVID-19 poses a much greater risk to others who are also unvaccinated. But vaccines are not 100% effective, so there is a chance that an unvaccinated person […]
  • by Tess Hancock
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends the use of ivermectin as a treatment for arriving refugees to treat parasitic infections. But a social media post by Dr. Simone Gold, a proponent of ivermectin as a treatment for COVID-19, references the CDC guidance without accurately explaining the reason why refugees are given the drug. […]

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