Edward Snowden will address the public during a live chat Thursday on the “Free Snowden” website. Click on the link for more information.
The mayor of Frederick is proposing giving residents more time to speak their minds at public meetings.
The former Johns Hopkins director of pediatric surgery is suspicious of the timing of an IRS audit. Dr. Ben Carson is asking questions.
IndyCar fined Scott Dixon $30,000 on Friday and placed him on probation through the end of the year for disparaging comments after the Grand Prix of Baltimore.
A former Ravens player–caught up in a child support scandal–is out of jail and speaking for the first time publicly about his arrest. Jamal Lewis calls all of this a misunderstanding and says the truth will eventually come out and clear his name.
The Maryland Public Service Commission will conduct public hearings on the widespread power outages the state suffered during a storm.
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh has backtracked on radio comments he made earlier Tuesday.
When it was announced Steve Jobs died Wednesday evening, many people turned to social media to mourn his passing. Not Michael Oher, though. He turned to Twitter to get answers, and he sure got them.
The Frederick County Commission for Women is holding a candlelight vigil provoked by comments about marriage and child-rearing made by two conservative county commissioners.