Thursday Morning Headlines: Ta-Nehisi Coates Wins National Book Award; Insomnia Cookies Coming to Federal Hill; Towson President Signs Student Demands After 8-Hour Protest; and More

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Ta-Nehisi Coates Wins National Book Award – New York Times

Insomnia Cookies Coming Soon to Federal Hill –

D.C. police framed man imprisoned 27 years for 1981 murder, U.S. jury finds – Washington Post

Towson U. president signs students’ demands after 8-hour protest in his office – Baltimore Sun

Verdict expected Thursday for Baltimore officer accused of slitting dog’s throat – Baltimore Sun

Muslim rights group seeks apology from Spirit Airlines over BWI incident – Baltimore Sun

Board grants controversial wetlands license to Kent Island developer – Maryland Reporter

Baltimore native brings club dance to the fitness scene – Baltimore Sun

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