Immigrants, led by Jamaicans, slow Baltimore population loss

Steve McMurray owns what some say is the best Jamaican restaurant in Baltimore, doubling as an informal cultural center for what the U.S. Census reported as the city’s largest immigrant group. Baltimore is rapidly losing people, but immigrants continue to move there, helping to stem the population loss.

High court to weigh Trump’s ending of program for young, undocumented immigrants

WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court is due to hear arguments next week over the constitutionality of President Donald Trump’s decision to terminate a program that protects young, undocumented immigrants from deportation.  Both Democratic and Republican lawmakers, 165 educational institutions (including…

Cardin, Brown say Andrews military families are paying for Trump’s wall

JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Maryland – With sewage backups, flooding, mold and pests, and frequent internet, phone, and air conditioning outages, Joint Base Andrews is in desperate need of a new child care center. Congress allocated $13 million to replace the…

Liberians seek extension of program to allow their legal stay in the U.S. to continue

In just a number of days, the Deferred Enforced Departure program, or D.E.D., which grants Liberians a safe haven in America, will expire. Liberians from throughout the region joined with other supporters at a rally in Hyattsville in hopes of getting President Trump to extend the March 31 deadline.

The Washington Bullpen, Episode 9

WASHINGTON – For Episode 9 of “The Washington Bullpen” podcast, host Jarod Golub has a segment on the California mass shooting, an update on Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s departure, the lowdown on the Trump administration’s latest attempt to fight immigration…

The Washington Bullpen, Episode 8

WASHINGTON – On Episode 8, host Jarod Golub discusses the tragic shooting that occurred at Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh, President Trump’s plan to end birthright citizenship with an executive order and brings the latest on the University of…

Battle for Maryland’s only open House seat puts focus on Trump policies

GAITHERSBURG, Maryland – President Donald Trump wasn’t in attendance during a Tuesday debate in Maryland’s 6th Congressional District, but his controversial comments and policies came up several times during the night.   That was not much of a surprise in…

The Washington Bullpen, Episode 3

WASHINGTON – This week on the “Washington Bullpen” podcast, host Jarod Golub discusses the green card law change proposed by the Department of Homeland Security, President Trump’s United Nations press conference and the Kavanaugh confirmation vote and testimonies.

Local sheriffs join in effort to get Congress to approve immigration reform

Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler was among several sheriffs from Maryland who joined with dozens of other sheriffs from around the country on Capitol Hill Wednesday urging lawmakers to approve legislation they say will increase border security and reform the country’s immigration system.

One of Trump’s favorite words is ‘Hillary’

WASHINGTON – Presidential oratory has helped to define this nation. From Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address to Reagan’s demand to “tear down this wall” to John F. Kennedy’s call to “ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you…

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