Posts filed under ‘Government’
A decade-long portrait of Baltimore in data: from crime to grime to graduation to transportation.
How are Maryland’s counties preparing their budgets with state funds in limbo?
Gus Sentementes of the Baltimore Sun comes in to talk tech with Nathan Sterner.
Dr. Najmaldin Karim, neurosurgeon from Silver Spring…and Governor of Kirkuk.
The results are in! A day after Baltimore’s primary, does the city government look any different? We talk about the results with a Johns Hopkins professor who studies urban politics — and a reporter who’s been following the races.
Residents of the town of Port Deposit are beginning to return to their homes after flooding from Tropical Storm Lee begins to recede. We talk with the Maryland Emergency Management Agency about what the next steps are.
The role free summer meals could play in ending childhood hunger in Maryland.
A new Brookings Institution report on our cities and suburbs has some surprising findings about where crime is down…and where it’s up. Report co-author Elizabeth Kneebone tells Sheilah how crime is changing in the metropolis.
A Baltimore photographer talks about his experience of traveling to Haiti.
4 bills, 8 voices, 8 minutes. A lightning-quick look at some of the legislation being considered in Annapolis.