Baltimore pediatric neurosurgeon Ben Carson will become a columnist for The Washington Times.
Amid a firestorm of controversy, outspoken neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson announces he will not give the commencement speech at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Doctor Ben Carson will not speak at commencement for the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
According to our media partner, the Baltimore Sun, Dr. Ben Carson is retiring.
Dr. Ben Carson, the renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital surgeon, says while people have been urging him to run for president, he doesn’t aspire to run for office.
Baltimore’s most famous doctor is in the national spotlight after criticizing President Barack Obama. Now he speaks only to WJZ in his first local TV news interview.
It takes skill to engage a crowd on just words. And for 14-year-old Joshua Campbell, he did just that at WJZ’s Black History Oratory Contest.
Baltimore’s most famous doctor takes on President Barack Obama.World renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson makes national headlines, speaking out against the president’s policies–with the president just feet away.
Dr. Ben Carson is internationally known for his skill as a neurosurgeon and his inspiring life story. But his position on evolution is drawing fire from some professors at Emory University, where he will give the commencement address.
Reading toward success. That was the message from pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson for thousands of Baltimore County students.
Noted neurosurgeon Ben Carson will speak at Loyola University’s commencement exercises this weekend.