Craft-beer bar chain the Brass Tap to open in Towson early 2018
With two locations already in Maryland, the Brass Tap — a craft-beer chain bar and restaurant based in Tampa, Fla. — will welcome its third in January, this time at Towson Town
Sessions open to idea of Clinton Foundation special counsel
In a letter to the House Judiciary Committee, the Justice Department said Sessions directed senior federal prosecutors to "evaluate certain issues."
LSU Opera to open comedic opera, 'Falstaff,' on Nov., 16
"Falstaff" was Guiseppe's Verdi's only successful comedic opera. It also was his last.
F Bar owner says Montrose club is still open for business
The claims began circulating Sunday evening after "miscommunication amongst staff members" prevented the club from opening Saturday, according to a since-deleted Facebook post.
Ex-assistant principal gets Aug. 6 trial date in killing of pregnant colleague, unborn child
A former Brookstown Middle Magnet School assistant principal accused in the 2016 slaying of a pregnant colleague and their unborn child will stand trial Aug. 6, a Baton Rouge state
Coming Soon to Washington: An Anti-Trump Hotel for Liberals
Expect counter-cultural art, progressive fireside chats, and craft materials for your next great protest poster.
Roy Moore Trails in Senate Poll After Harassment Accusations
Republican Roy Moore trails his Democratic opponent for the first time in polling for the Alabama Senate race, days after accusations surfaced that he had sexual contact with a
Roy Moore is 'publicly persecuting' his accusers, attorney for accuser says
"I have not been guilty of sexual misconduct with anyone," Moore said Saturday.
Friday’s college football: Stanford runs past No. 9 Washington
Bryce Love ran 30 times for 166 yards and three touchdowns on the gimpy ankle against the nation's stingiest defense, leading Stanford to a 30-22 victory over No. 9 Washington.
Tillerson Says He Envisions U.S.-North Korea Talks
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Friday he can envision the U.S. and North Korea agreeing to hold talks at some point as a precursor to formal negotiations.
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