Maryland lawmakers become the first in the nation to take a stand against companies accessing the social media accounts of current or future employees.
An Owings Mills man has pleaded guilty to sexually exploiting a minor to produce child pornography.
Experts on eating disorders are watching a new phenomenon. Facebook may be fueling bad body image. Baltimore’s Sheppard Pratt commissioned the eye-opening survey.
Standard practice? Or privacy invasion? Some companies are now asking employees to hand over their Facebook passwords. Now, Facebook is firing back.
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler wants to raise awareness about Internet privacy concerns.
Is Facebook the new Big Brother? A new lawsuit alleges the social media site is tracking your every move on the internet.
Behind bars and posting on Facebook? A Baltimore family claims their son’s killer is using social media from prison.
Baltimore is covered in purple as excitement builds for the playoffs. Fans are counting down the days to the AFC title game when the Ravens face the Patriots.
Jessica and Marty have “Coffee With” Kate Aronowitz, Facebook director of design. Ron Matz has “Manic Monday” with Colleen Humphries.
Sophie Ferrara is turning 102 and trying to reach 5,000 Facebook friends.
A new nationwide campaign designed to wipe out bullying has been unveiled in Maryland schools. It happens now because October is National Bullying Prevention Month.
A Facebook official and the president of Cartoon Network will be joining Gov. Martin O’Malley and Katie O’Malley to kick off Nationally Bullying Prevention Month.