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Midday with Dan Rodricks: Tues. Aug. 25, 12-1 PM
10:15 am
Tue August 25, 2015

Inside Baltimore's War Room and the Fight Against Human Trafficking

Maryland U.S. Attorney Rod J. Rosenstein

It’s been about a month since federal agents joined the city’s so-called War Room -- a round-the-clock effort to quell the violence on Baltimore’s streets. How has that partnership impacted the crime surge? How are federal investigators working to halt the impact of gangs, like the Black Guerilla Family? Today on Midday, we welcome Rod Rosenstein, the U.S. attorney for Maryland, whose office is closely monitoring the city’s ongoing crime wave and prosecuting some of the most violent offenders at the federal level.

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A Blue View
8:38 am
Tue August 25, 2015

Secrets of Seaweed - 8/25/15

Credit oceanservice.noaa.gov

Ever feel the tangle of seaweed around your ankle when wading in the water? For many beachgoers, it is enough to send them scrambling for shore.

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The Morning Economic Report
8:27 am
Tue August 25, 2015

Condominium Market Lacking Momentum - 8/25/15

The housing market is now in its fourth year of recovery.  Construction of single family homes and multifamily rentals has been rebounding.  But for a variety of reasons, the nation’s condominium market is having difficulty regaining momentum.  During the first quarter of twenty fifteen, condominium construction accounted for only five point five percent of all multifamily development in the U.S. 

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Programs
4:45 pm
Mon August 24, 2015

Mary Avara

In June of 1981, in a small room high up in the office building located at One South Calvert Street, history was being made. The Maryland Board of Censors, which censored all the movies shown in the local movie houses, was holding its last session. Its long time Chair of the Board was the formidable and ultra-conservative Mary Avara: her remarks on the end of the board's power mark the end of an era.


ClearPath - Your Roadmap to Health & Wealth
4:36 pm
Mon August 24, 2015

Elder Abuse

Credit Marcia Pevey/Flickr

With Americans living longer than ever before, we look at the topic of elder abuse/elder fraud.


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