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    Managing Editor Regina Holmes edits content at Talk Media News drawing on her more than two decades of experience as a journalist. Regina has edited and reported for news dailies including the Miami Herald, Newsday and the Baltimore Examiner. She also launched an award-winning investigative news website that tackled police and political corruption in Baltimore. She has worked as a consultant for the World Bank and Baltimore County Public Schools. Regina has expertise in issues such as race relations, criminal justice, and police brutality. Regina has a bachelor’s degree in English from Vassar College and a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University.

    WASHINGTON — Meghan Markle, Britain’s Duchess of Sussex and the wife of Prince Harry, gave birth to a boy Monday morning, Buckingham Palace announced. "We...

    City Council President Bernard "Jack" Young, 64,, who had filled in for the mayor during her month-long leave of absence, will become the new mayor.

    BALTIMORE — Agents from the FBI and the IRS raided the home of Baltimore's embattled mayor along with City Hall Thursday morning as an investigation...

    UPDATED 6 p.m. EDT WASHINGTON — As a new day began on Tuesday, firefighters were still desperately battling to save the historic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris,...

    The actress released a statement expressing "deep regret and shame" for her actions — which she said her daughter knew nothing about — in the college admissions scandal. Her husband, actor William H. Macy, was not charged.

    Eric Holder, 29, was taken into custody on Tuesday about 1:30 p.m. local time in Bellflower, Calif., a city in Southeast Los Angeles County located about 20 miles from the Grammy-nominated rap artist's clothing store in L.A. where he was gunned down on Sunday. LAPD say Holder is a member of the Rollin' 60s — a subset of the infamous Crips to which the victim also belonged before becoming a recording artist and entrepreneur.

    Mayor Catherine Pugh was paid more than $700,000 by the University of Maryland Medical System, Kaiser Permanente and Associated Black Charities for copies of her self-published children's books.

    Darryl De Sousa admitted that he did not file tax returns for 2013, 2014 and 2015. In other years, he falsely claimed exemptions, allowances and deductions to reduce his federal and Maryland tax liabilities, according to the plea deal — including deductions for real estate and a business although he owned neither.

    Sgt. Ron Helus, 54, of the Ventura County Sheriff's Office had planned to retire in a year or so. The shooter was identified as a 28-year-old veteran who was a machine gunner in the Marines.

    Whispers (and shouts) of voter suppression flew again after several voting machines with no power cords — rendering them useless — were delivered to some polls in predominantly black neighborhoods. The NAACP filed a lawsuit on Tuesday afternoon to keep polls open late, and a court sided with the organization,