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‘You are not the enemy of the people’: Maryland Gov. Hogan praises press corps
As he weighs a primary bid against President Trump, Hogan praises one of the president’s favorite punching bags: the media.

Maryland lawmaker accused of berating, bullying employees
Del. Jay Jalisi (D-Baltimore County) allegedly told staffers they were “stupid” and “incompetent.”

Fatality occurs late Monday on Amtrak tracks in Prince George’s
“Pedestrian” struck by southbound train, police say.

D.C. auditor says mayor’s budget is ‘not fiscally responsible’
D.C. Auditor Kathleen Patterson said increased spending proposed by Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) for the coming fiscal year outstrips the growth in revenue forecast by the District’s chief financial officer.

Charlottesville students walk out of class after racist threat closed schools
The protest was organized by the high school’s Black Student Union.

Maryland lawmaker accused of berating, bullying employees
Del. Jay Jalisi is facing discipline from the House of Delegates after an ethics committee investigation found he had subjected his staff to demeaning behavior.

How delivery robots changed eating habits at one university
In January, 25 autonomous delivery robots descended on George Mason University in Northern Virginia. The company that manages the machines — Starship Technologies — has revealed how they have changed student behavior.

UDance breaks another fundraising record
Mon, 25 Mar 2019 13:25:00 -0400
“This,” Joe McDonough told the thousands of University of Delaware students who packed into the Bob Carpenter Center on Sunday, “is what you call a super party, right here.”

California party bros visit Newark to ‘fight for the right to party’
Tue, 26 Mar 2019 01:48:00 -0400
Monday’s Newark City Council meeting took a bizarre twist when two “party bros” from California showed up to ask council to repeal the unruly gathering law that riled up students earlier this month.

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