Md. Senate Leader: Transportation Official Should Lose Position Maryland's Senate president said Tuesday that he believes a senior state transportation official should be relieved of his leadership role. Carter Says Presidential Candidates Are ‘Quite Unpopular’ Former President Jimmy Carter said Monday that both major presidential candidates are "quite unpopular."
Obama Returning From Summer Vacation Ready for Busy Fall Md. Man Who Wrote Emotional RNC Speech Won’t Vote For Trump GOP Slams Obama After Explanation Of $400M Payment To Iran Trump Says ‘I Do Regret’ Some Caustic Campaign Statements How the Trump And Clinton Tax Plans Would Affect Americans Critics: Governor’s Promise To Heal Baltimore Rings Hollow Clinton Team Hits Report of Trump Aide’s Ties to Russia
New Report: Traffic Deaths in the U.S. Worst In 50 Years Alarming new statistics show traffic fatalities in the United States are at its worst in 50 years and there's concern this trend could get worse. Baltimore Co. Schools Won’t Be Grading Students on Homework, Behavior A new grading policy is stirring up controversy in Baltimore County after educators decide that students will be graded only on what they learn, not how they behave or if they do their homework.
Strong Quake Rattles Central Italy: “The Town Isn’t Here” Police: Ax-Wielding Man Attempted to Break Into Baltimore ATM Portion Of Ellicott City Main Street To Reopen This Week Serial Baltimore Bank Robber Wanted; FBI Offers $5K MLB Umps Give Back to Local Kids Suffering Serious Illnesses Former Baltimore Synagogue Worker Sentenced on Child Porn Charges 2011 Earthquake Might Still Be Having An Impact On D.C. Landmark