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Read previewRep. David Trone, one of the wealthiest members of Congress, spent over $60 million of his own fortune to try to win a Democratic Senate primary. With nearly 40% of all votes in, Prince George's County Executive Angela Alsobrooks is projected to have defeated Trone in Maryland's Democratic US Senate primary, according to Decision Desk HQ. Schumer can't afford to lose the Senate seat if he wants to keep the party's slim majority in the chamber. Related storiesAnd Alsobrooks — who was endorsed by Maryland Democratic heavy hitters including Gov. Republicans see Montana and Ohio as their top Democratic Senate targets this year, while also looking to compete in Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
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Silver Spring, Maryland CNN —The farmers market in this suburb of Washington, DC, was a ripe crowd for Angela Alsobrooks, who’s locked in an increasingly contentious Senate Democratic primary on Tuesday. “I would really like to see a Black woman in the Senate. If elected in November, Alsobrooks, the executive of Prince George’s County, could become only the third Black woman ever elected to the Senate. (The one Black woman currently serving — California’s Laphonza Butler — was appointed and isn’t running to stay beyond this year.) “Electing women is not just good for Maryland,” Alsobrooks told supporters assembled outside her campaign office.
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Wes Moore swiftly leaned on his military training when he learned about the Key Bridge collapse. The bridge collapse has led to the temporary closure of the critical Port of Baltimore. Wes Moore of Maryland received a call with news that seemed unthinkable. Advertisement"When I got the call, it immediately kicked you into your training," Moore said of his reaction to news of the bridge collapse. When discussing the bridge collapse that triggered the temporary closure of the Port of Baltimore, Moore told me that he held onto the mindset of expecting the unknown.
Persons: Wes Moore, , Francis Scott Key, Moore Organizations: Service, Gov, Maryland, Democratic, Army Locations: of Baltimore, Patapsco, Port of Baltimore, Afghanistan
In 2023, the Port of Baltimore handled a record 52.3 million tons of international cargo valued at nearly $81 billion. But on March 26, the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed after the container vessel Dali struck the bridge and sent the 47-year-old structure into the Patapsco River. Moore recently spoke with Business Insider about the collapse of the Key Bridge and the economic impacts of the port's closure. Wes Moore: The port is the largest in the country when it comes to heavy trucks and agricultural equipment. The Key Bridge was a key artery in this region.
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The Maryland legislature this weekend passed two sweeping privacy bills that aim to restrict how powerful tech platforms can harvest and use the personal data of consumers and young people — despite strong objections from industry trade groups representing giants like Amazon, Google and Meta. One bill, the Maryland Online Data Privacy Act, would impose wide-ranging restrictions on how companies may collect and use the personal data of consumers in the state. The other, the Maryland Kids Code, would prohibit certain social media, video game and other online platforms from tracking people under 18 and from using manipulative techniques — like auto-playing videos or bombarding children with notifications — to keep young people glued online. “We are making a statement to the tech industry, and to Marylanders, that we need to rein in some of this data gathering,” said Delegate Sara Love, a Democratic member of the Maryland House of Delegates. Wes Moore, a Democrat, who has not taken a public stance on the measures.
Persons: , Sara Love, Love, Wes Moore Organizations: Google, Democratic, Maryland, Gov, Democrat Locations: Maryland
“Kamilla Cardoso was not going to let us lose a game in the NCAA tournament,” South Carolina head coach Dawn Staley said. While the spotlight was on Clark, South Carolina just kept winning. Ben Solomon/NCAA Photos/Getty Images Clark, right, and Kate Martin walk off the court after losing to South Carolina. Kirby Lee/USA Today Sports/Reuters Kamilla Cardoso of the South Carolina Gamecocks and Saniya Rivers jump for the opening tipoff. Ben Solomon/NCAA Photos/Getty Images South Carolina's Te-Hina Paopao walks onto the court during player introductions ahead of the game.
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Four men's teams and four women's teams are competing to be the 2024 March Madness national champions. The average salary is $4 million for Final Four men's coaches and $2.15 million for women's coaches. Related storiesThe four men's basketball head coaches have an average salary of $4 million. Michael Conroy/AP ImagesThe gap in pay between college women's basketball and men's basketball head coaches is even more pronounced if we extend beyond the Final Four teams. The average salary of the top 20 women's basketball coaches is $1.5 million a year.
Persons: , Dan Hurley, Dawn Staley, Geno Auriemma, Nate Oats, Matt Painter, Kevin Keatts, Lisa Bluder, Wes Moore, Michael Conroy, Bill, LSU's Kim Mulkey Organizations: Service, USA, University of Connecticut, UConn, Alabama, Purdue, Carolina State, Iowa, Final Locations: Dawn Staley of South Carolina, Carolina, Kansas
ET, overnight staffers in the White House Situation Room began frantically reaching out to senior officials to notify them of the collision – and collapse – of Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge. Jen Daskal, the deputy homeland security adviser, began preparing a briefing for President Joe Biden. Two Oval Office meetings were convened as staff at various levels began trickling into the White House. Seven barges and nine tugboats have deployed to the area, according to Tom Perez, the White House director of intergovernmental affairs. In another case – that of Moore and Perez – the two have already opposed each other on the ballot.
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Opinion | Wes Moore’s Big Experiment for Maryland
  + stars: | 2024-04-04 | by ( Pamela Paul | )   time to read: +1 min
Taking a gap year, or devoting a year to public service, whether to develop yourself or to serve a higher purpose, can be very alluring and, just as often, very impractical: How do you find the right opportunity, or fit it into your life, and most of all, swing it financially? Wes Moore of Maryland is trying to find a way to make it work for more people. One of the centerpieces of his administration is the newly established Department of Service and Civic Innovation, which includes a public service program with two arms, the Service Year Option, for Maryland residents within three years of high school graduation, and Maryland Corps, which is open to a range of applicants. Each provides access to entry-level positions at nonprofits and state agencies, as well as a small number of businesses with a strong service component, such as public health or community development. Participants are paid a minimum of $15 per hour and provided help with transportation and child care, which could otherwise keep out those with fewer support systems.
Persons: Wes Moore, Francis Scott Key, that’s, Moore Organizations: Gov, of Service, Civic, Maryland Corps Locations: Maryland, Baltimore
CNN —At the start of her college basketball career, right in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, Caitlin Clark grew accustomed to playing at empty venues. It just continues to add to the allure of a great basketball player.”Clark’s dominance has coincided with a booming interesting in women’s college basketball, evident long before this year’s March Madness got underway. “But because we are on national television now, because we are in the spotlight more as a sport, as women’s basketball, people are talking about it. Which all begs the question: how does an opposing team stop Caitlin Clark? “So we’re going to have to find a different way to win than stopping Caitlin Clark.”
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Hogan's political ascendency resulted in large part from his criticism of tax increases that resonated with a tax-weary electorate in his upset victory in 2014. And Hogan, who was originally elected governor by railing against tax increases endorsed by the Maryland General Assembly, has already made the Maryland race unusually competitive in the heavily Democratic state. The Maryland Senate this month largely kept his budget plan intact, despite a drop in revenue estimates announced after the governor submitted his plan. The Senate has been mostly unreceptive to the House plan, with Ferguson ruling out the corporate tax component. He's also ruled out legalizing internet gambling this year, another part of the House plan.
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The collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge lies on top of the container ship Dali in Baltimore, Maryland, on March 29, 2024. The collapse of Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge on Tuesday is likely to send shock waves across the U.S. economy, as a key shipping route for certain goods remains snarled for the foreseeable future, officials said Sunday. "This is not [just] a Baltimore catastrophe, not a Maryland catastrophe. This is a national economic catastrophe as well," Maryland Gov. The bridge collapsed Tuesday after a large cargo ship crashed into it, following a mayday call shortly before the collision.
Persons: Francis Scott Key, Baltimore's Francis Scott Key, Wes Moore, Moore, Pete Buttigieg, Buttigieg, There's Organizations: Port, . Transportation, CBS, Federal, Eiffel Locations: Dali, Baltimore , Maryland, U.S, Baltimore, Maryland, Port of Baltimore, Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee
CNN —Crews are working to remove the first portion of Baltimore bridge wreckage – the starting point in a complicated, extensive cleanup process that could help open up a temporary channel to get more vessels into the water around the collapse site, officials said. In the meantime, conditions in the water make it unsafe for divers as pieces of the bridge remain submerged in the water. The port “handles more cars and more farm equipment more than any other port inside this country,” the governor said. Plus, “at least 8,000 workers on the docks have jobs that have been directly affected” by the collapse. In order to reopen the port, the Coast Guard says it will first clear debris from the deep draft channel, remove the ship, then clear debris from the bridge across the waterway.
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Read previewThe crew of the container ship that crashed into the Baltimore bridge five days ago are still trapped on board the stricken vessel, a report says. The crew, all Indian nationals, are likely continuing to work to maintain the ship as they remain stranded, the Times said. The container ship Dali collided with a key bridge in Baltimore on Tuesday. Those onshore have devised inventive ways to contact the crew members who do not have consistent internet access on board. AdvertisementThe crew members seem to be faring well, given the circumstances.
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The cargo ship Dali sits in the water after running into and collapsing the Francis Scott Key Bridge on March 26, 2024 in Baltimore, Maryland. Engineers in Maryland on Saturday began lifting a piece of Francis Scott Key Bridge out of the waterway in Baltimore, the first step in a long process to reopen the city's shipping port. "I cannot stress enough how important today and the first movement of this bridge and the wreckage is," said Gov. To execute the first lift of the bridge on Saturday, engineers cut a piece of the bridge to make it manageable for their crane. "Our economy depends on the Port of Baltimore and the Port of Baltimore depends on vessel traffic."
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CNN —It could take weeks for the Port of Baltimore to reopen as an arduous cleanup process to clear the massive wreckage from this week’s catastrophic bridge collapse begins, leaving commuters and workers in limbo and supply chains in disarray, officials said. More than 1,000 engineers in Baltimore and across the country are studying the wreckage piece-by-piece to figure out the best plan to remove it. To help with this massive task, more heavy equipment is expected at the scene in the coming weeks. The port is the largest in the US for cars and light trucks, handling a record 850,000 vehicles last year, Moore said. “Our economy depends on the Port of Baltimore and the Port of Baltimore depends on vessel traffic,” Moore said Friday.
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Crews in Baltimore on Saturday were working on pulling the first piece of wreckage out of the water after the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge, a tangible sign of progress in the daunting effort to reopen the busy waterway. Rear Adm. Shannon Gilreath of the U.S. Coast Guard said at a news conference that his crew was aiming to lift the first segment of the bridge “just north of that deep draft shipping channel.” He added, “Much like when you run a marathon, you’ve got to take the first few steps.”The bridge was a critical transportation link to one of the largest ports in the United States, and the collapse is costing the region and the country millions of dollars the longer it is out of operation. More than 8,000 workers on the docks have been directly affected, Gov. Wes Moore of Maryland said. Mr. Moore said cutting up and removing the north sections of the bridge “will eventually allow us to open up a temporary restricted channel that will help us to get more vessels in the water around the site of the collapse.”
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Live updates: Baltimore bridge collapse clean up
  + stars: | 2024-03-29 | by ( Adrienne Vogt | Leinz Vales | )   time to read: +1 min
Maryland officials are moving at "full speed" to accomplish four main priorities in the days following the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge, Gov. Here are the directives mandated by Moore:Continue to keep a focus on recovery efforts. The governor stressed minimizing economic impacts where possible, saying "the health of the Maryland economy and the national economy depends on it." This means families of the people presumed dead, the workers, first responders — “that means everybody,” Moore said. The governor promised to give regular updates on all of these directives but said they will take a long time to accomplish.
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President Biden said on Friday that he would travel to Baltimore next week as officials race to manage the fallout from the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge. Wes Moore of Maryland, a close political ally, as he visits the city a week after a cargo ship struck a pylon early Tuesday, plunging the bridge into the water below. The bodies of two construction workers who were fixing potholes on the bridge have been recovered, and four others are presumed dead. The disaster has paralyzed shipping in and out of the Port of Baltimore. On Thursday, the administration announced it would provide $60 million in “quick release” emergency relief that it described as “a down payment toward initial costs.” Mr. Biden has said the federal government would “pay the entire cost of reconstructing” the bridge.
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With search and rescue efforts over, officials have fully turned to the cleanup and rebuilding phase in the aftermath of the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore. But reconstructing the bridge will be a long process, federal and state officials cautioned. The bridge collapse on Tuesday, caused by a 985-foot ship that struck a critical component of the structure, has rocked Baltimore and the shipping industry at large. Officials have called off the search for the other missing men, who are presumed dead, saying divers can no longer reach the area where they believe more victims remain, and moved to a cleanup operation. Wes Moore of Maryland said of the process on Thursday, declining to give a timeline.
Persons: Francis Scott Key, Wes Moore, Maryland Organizations: Port, Baltimore Locations: Baltimore, Port of Baltimore
The Chesapeake 1000 – the largest crane on the East Coast – is needed in the Patapsco River where a 984-foot cargo vessel slammed into the bridge Tuesday. Live updates: The latest on the Baltimore bridge collapseIn addition to the crane, three heavy lift vessels are expected to start arriving Friday, US Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg told CNN. This appraisal is critical in determining how small to cut the bridge pieces so cranes can lift them, he said. In addition to the human toll, the destruction of the Key Bridge and closure of the Port of Baltimore could lead to widespread economic fallout. In this NTSB handout, an investigator examines the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge from the cargo vessel Dali on March 27 in Baltimore.
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StreamTimeLive StreamTimeLive StreamTimeLiveAround the same time, numerous audible alarms were recorded on the ship’s bridge audio. The Dali container vessel after striking the Francis Scott Key Bridge. “Once you get here, I’ll go grab the workers on the Key Bridge and then stop the outer loop,” an officer said. When the Key Bridge was built decades ago, container ships were a fraction of the size and weight they are today. Miguel Luna, a native of El Salvador, was also working on the Key Bridge.
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U.S. President Joe Biden speaks about on the ongoing response to the Key Bridge collapse in Baltimore, Maryland, during brief remarks prior to departing the White House in Washington, U.S., March 26, 2024. Wes Moore warned Thursday of a "very long road ahead" to recover from the loss of Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge as the Biden administration approved $60 million in immediate federal aid after the deadly collapse. President Joe Biden has pledged the federal government would pay the full cost of rebuilding the bridge. The devastation at the site of the collapse, which happened when the powerless cargo ship struck a pillar supporting the bridge early Tuesday, is extensive. Investigators shared a preliminary timeline of events before the crash, which federal and state officials have said appeared to be an accident.
Persons: Joe Biden, Wes Moore, Baltimore's Francis Scott Key, Biden, Moore, Roland L, Butler Jr, Dali, Investigators Organizations: White, Maryland Gov, Democrat, U.S . Coast Guard, Divers, Maryland State Police, National Transportation Safety Locations: Baltimore , Maryland, Washington , U.S, U.S, Maryland
The others were presumed dead, and officials said search efforts had been exhausted. Investigators on Wednesday began collecting evidence from the vessel that struck the Francis Scott Key Bridge the previous day. U.S. Coast Guard Rear Admiral Shannon Gilreath said authorities had been informed that the ship was going to undergo the maintenance. "We were informed that they were going to conduct routine engine maintenance on it while it was in port. Video showed the ship moving at what Maryland's governor said was about 9 mph (15 kph) toward the 1.6-mile (2.6-kilometer) bridge.
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The bridge in Baltimore fell into the Patapsco River on Tuesday after a 984-foot ship crashed into it. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . Hold all traffic on the key bridge," the officer said. "10-4, all traffic on the key bridge is down, we got workers in the water," he said. The collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge is likely to cause major disruptions to the supply chains of multiple industries, with about 11.3 million vehicles using the bridge annually.
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