ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - Thousands of Maryland residents who had problems enrolling in the state's troubled health care exchange will be allowed to try again in November. Maryland officials have replaced their system with proven technology from Connecticut and will be sending emails and letters advising people about the new enrollment period.
BALTIMORE (AP) - Authorities say a settlement has been reached in a lawsuit accusing two McCormick & Schmick's restaurants in Baltimore of racially discriminating against job applicants and employees who are black. The settlement establishes a $1.3 million claims fund for eligible employees and black job applicants at the two restaurants.
WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - Amtrak says it suspended service Tuesday from Washington to Philadelphia due to downed overhead wires on the tracks. The Northeast Regional takes passengers from Washington to Wilmington, while the Acela Express provides service to Wilmington. An Amtrak spokeswoman didn't know exactly how many travelers were affected.
NEW YORK (AP) - The NFL has hired a former White House official to help the league with legislative initiatives and work with teams on local and state issues. The league on Tuesday announced the hiring of Cynthia Hogan as senior vice president of public policy and government affairs.
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