Sunday, January 17, 2021



American Presidential history through the genius lens of a Pulitzer-winning eye

White House photographer Doug Mills focuses on four decades of chronicling Presidents with insider storytelling that will make you glad you spent time with this one. From Trump calling him a genius to the iconic image of Bush learning of 9/11 and playing horseshoes with his father and sharing Christmas Eve with the Reagans.

What happens when your kids can’t log on for school because of a cyber attack?

In aftermath of the ransomware attack on the Baltimore County education system, we reached to Dave Hartman to discuss cybersecurity and IT issues that affect us all.

Seeing the NFL with more clarity two decades later

Former Ravens safety and Super Bowl XXXV champion Kim Herring talks about tackling Lamar Jackson, player safety and modern biometric security in the era of COVID with his current work with Clear. You might've seen them at the airport?

Opening up a conversation about local business while government shuts it down

It's not easy being new mayor Brandon Scott. And it's certainly no picnic for the thousands of businesses impacted by his decision to shut down the city of Baltimore for many. Bill Cole and Nestor try to sort through the madness of what a pandemic does to a community.

There is no masking what the NFL thinks is important during a plague

The games must be played. The television and media partners demand it. Professor Marty Conway brings class to session with facts about the demands on Roger Goodell to get the games in – no matter what.

Here is the only way that Donald Trump wins again

Local pollster Patrick Gonzales doesn't doubt that Trump is way behind in most national polls. But, he says the path to a Biden loss lies in those who can't be found to be asked whether they will vote for Trump again.

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Familiar problems coupled with unexpected miscues sink Ravens in end

One by one, the issues resurfaced for a Baltimore offense that had seemingly hit its stride over these last six weeks.