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Obama calls on only female reporters

wbaltv.com — President Barack Obama took eight questions during his Friday press conference --- and all of them from women journalists. It was an unusual and deliberate move, considering the White House press corps has been historically dominated by men. Indeed, the first woman to cover the president, United Press International journalist Helen Thomas, didn't join their ranks until 1960.

Reminiscing on Roblin: His role as extra on 'Homicide'

wbaltv.com — Video Transcript WELL, AS YOU MAY KNOW, 11 NEWS REPORTER ROB ROBLIN IS CAPPING 45 YEARS IN BROADCASTING WITH A WELL-EARNED RETIREMENT. THIS IS A MAN WHO HAS COVERED LITERALLY THOUSANDS OF STORIES OF EVERY VARIETY, FROM HARD NEWS TO WEATHER TO THE LIGHTER SIDE. AND WE'VE BEEN SHARING SOME OF OUR FAVORITES THIS WEEK.

'Cards Against Humanity' sent people actual poop in the mail

wbaltv.com — To protest Black Friday and the greed it says comes with it, Cards Against Humanity sold only one thing: boxes of poop. Gillian Pensavalle (@GillianWithaG) has the story.

Donate meals to see Ava do weather with Al Roker

wbaltv.com — "The Today Show" is teaming up with Feeding America to provide 1 million meals to people in need this holiday season, and Insta-Weather PLUS meteorologist Ava Marie could be in the mix. For every dollar donated between now and Christmas, 10 meals will go to those in need.
Dec 12, 2014

RT @wbaltv11: Help the @Todayshow with its #MillionMeals drive, and send @avaWBAL to NY to do weather with @alroker! on.wbaltv.com/1AqOX3h

Dec 12, 2014

Thanks to you, Baltimore, I'm one step closer to getting to do the weather with @alroker. Keep the donations coming! wbaltv.com/news/donate-me…