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He cut his salary six years ago. Now Miami-Dade mayor hints at a raise.

Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez won office in 2011 promising to cut his salary, and he did. Now he is willing to accept a raise and wants commissioners to consider new

How did Miami end up with the best airport in the country for transit?

Miami International Airport’s bus offerings lifted it to the No. 1 ranking for transit options among the country’s busiest airports. Transit Screen released the list, which also

Race fans, start your holiday cheer. Help kids, meet NASCAR stars at Stocks for

Meet Kurt Busch, Ryan Newman, Bobby Allison and other NASCAR stars at the 29th annual Stocks for Tots benefit in Mooresville on Tuesday.

Mid-life crisis spawned a Charlotte man’s quest: Turkish oil wrestling

A Turkish-born Charlotte man returned to his cultural roots by competing in the national sport of oil wrestling.

NC man had 19,000 bags of heroin. Then deputies say they found the dangerous

A Wilmington NC man believed to be a “major drug trafficker” was caught with more than $1 million worth of illegal narcotics, investigators say.

Trump Breaks With Precedents to Shrink Two National Monuments

The decision significantly reduces public land designated by prior presidents. 

Roy Moore accuser finds note from high school and calls Alabama candidate a

Debbie Wesson Gibson, one of Moore's accusers, has uncovered a note the Alabama Senate candidate wrote to her when she was in high school.

GOP rushed tax bill for the rich after years of saying Obamacare was rammed

The Senate approved a nearly 500-page long Republican tax bill, which proposed the most dramatic and significant changes to the U.S. economy in decades, with hardly any discussion.

Supreme Court's decision to allow Trump's travel ban is temporary, experts say

For now, President Donald Trump can fully enforce his immigration travel ban against six majority-Muslim countries, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.

Will the Republicans cut Social Security and Medicare to pay for their tax plan?

Senate Democrats are warning constituents that the newly passed Republican tax overhaul could lead to significant cuts to entitlement programs.

Kellyanne Conway, who made up Bowling Green Massacre, would fire ABC reporter

The president's counselor said the report was evidence of an attempt to get rid of Trump.

Atheists unveil "fake news" Jesus nativity billboard to challenge "virgin birth

"Just skip church it's all fake news," the billboard says.

Married same-sex couples are denied the same benefits as heterosexual pairs in

The Supreme Court let stand a lower court ruling that lets the state take away spousal benefits under employee insurance plans.

Duterte's drug war in Philippines has killed dozens of children, Amnesty report

Police are allegedly shooting children “dead at point-blank range as they were begging for mercy."

Is Donald Trump scaring voters? Poll shows dip in support for the GOP since his

Democrats maintained their support, while the percentage of people likely to vote Republican fell.

Michael Flynn’s lawyer bills are being covered by Trump supporters

Flynn's family said it has received an “outpouring” of support following his charge in the Mueller probe.

Unborn children no longer get tax breaks in Senate Republicans' revised plan

A GOP aide confirmed on Monday that Senate Republicans have scrapped a clause in their tax plan that would allow families to open savings accounts for unborn children.

Trump is "closer to impeachment now than we think," Republican strategist says

Alex Castellanos brought up impeachment while painting a grim outlook for the GOP.

KKK is trying to recruit around Charlottesville and locals are not having it

“The alt-right views the Klan as past its prime,” a hate groups expert said.

Death row inmates sue Nebraska governor, claiming he illegally funded push to

The legal fight over executions in Nebraska reflects a national debate over whether to carry out the most serious punishment.

Many critics fear Mike Pompeo is wading too far into policy from his position as

Mike Pompeo tried to warn Quds Force leader Qassem Soleimani not to threaten “U.S. interests” in the region.

"Go get ’em, Roy!" Trump’s message to accused child molester Roy Moore

President Donald Trump has officially endorsed Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore.

Who was Fred Hampton, the Black Panther shot and killed in his bed by Chicago

"I am a revolutionary," Fred Hampton said. "You’re going to have to say that I am a proletariat, I am the people.”

Time's Person of the Year could be President Trump again

The short list has been announced for “Time” magazine’s Person of the Year 2017.

The Kremlin dismisses claims that Flynn changed Putin's mind on sanctions as

In a court document, Flynn said “a senior official of the Presidential Transition Team” advised him what to tell the Russian ambassador about sanctions.

Obama's former ethics chief says Trump lawyer's claim that president can't

The president's lawyer suggested Trump could not

Prosecutors say number of criminal cases to be dropped for reliance on indicted

Prosecutors have now dropped or plan to drop a total of 125 criminal cases that relied on the testimony of eight Baltimore police officers indicted this year on federal

Catonsville adds familiar face to coach on the basketball court

Catonsville set to open season under new coach Teron Owens

Police officer praised for helping homeless man

A county police officer was praised for going "beyond the call of duty" to help a homeless man in Catonsville find shelter.

Howard police expand 911 flagging program

Howard County’s police department is expanding its voluntary 911 flagging program, which allows households to “flag” their address in the county’s 911 database if a person living

Thanks for another great Bel Air Christmas Parade and Celebration [Letter]

On behalf of the Town of Bel Air and the Bel Air Downtown Alliance, I would like to thank the citizens of greater Bel Air for their attendance and enthusiasm at the Sunday,

Former Anne Arundel police lab tech pleads guilty to stealing drugs from

Annette Box, a former drug lab tech for Anne Arundel police, expected to plead guilty to a number of charges related to her stealing prescription drugs left at the department’s

Eight months of darkness: County halts solar farm approvals

County Executive Steve Schuh announced an eight-month moratorium on solar farms.

Crofton/Odenton: Family's senior dog adoption story lands $10K grant

Crofton/Odenton: Family's senior dog adoption story lands $10K grant

Naval Academy official predicts an Army-Navy game to remember

Superintendent Vice Admiral Ted Carter assured the board that a government shutdown poses no threat to Saturday’s game

Letters: New program more than training for detention officers

If persons are arrested for a minor offense, whether or not they are charged, 287(g) allows detention officers to hold them past the time they might be released, just so that ICE

After 4 decades in public service, new city manager in 'ideal gig'

Thomas Andrews relies on four decades of public service as he begins Annapolis City Manager job

Broadcomm goes hostile, seeks to replace Qualcomm's board in takeover bid

Broadcom nominates 11 alternative directors as alternative to Qualcomm's entire board in an effort to push through its $103 billion takeover bid.

Man pleads guilty to child sex abuse charge

A Sykesville-area man pleaded guilty to sexual abuse of a minor Monday.The victim was the third to come forward against him.