Thousands of women whose genitals might have been photographed during gynecological exams can share a $190 million settlement from Johns Hopkins Health System. But they’ll have to describe their trauma before seeing any money.
We’re learning new information about how money will be divided among thousands of patients whose gynecologist secretly recorded them. Johns Hopkins’ insurance will pay the record $190 million settlement.
Members of a union representing 2,000 hospital workers have approved a labor contract with Johns Hopkins Hospital after months of contentious negotiations.
Thousands of Johns Hopkins Hospital workers agree not to strike.
No more poverty pay. The fight for higher wages continues at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where caregivers say they can barely afford their homes or put food on the table. Now they are giving the hospital one more chance before they strike again.
The battle heats up between 2,000 service workers and administrators at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Some union workers say they’re living in poverty while the hospital makes millions. They brought in some Hollywood stars to make their point.
Newly released emails shed light on how Johns Hopkins University officials handled an alleged rape at a fraternity house. Students are pressing for a federal investigation into the school, demanding more be done to notify and protect students against sexual assaults.
Johns Hopkins University officials admit to a serious mistake that put thousands of graduate students at risk of having their identities stolen.
Every year, thousands of people die while simply crossing the street. Researchers at Hopkins are now trying to stop pedestrian deaths.
Two women involved in a case about gay marriage that went to the Supreme Court are among the people receiving honorary degrees from Johns Hopkins University at commencement next month.
Thousands of employees at Johns Hopkins Hospital are wrapping up their three-day strike. They say they’re making poverty level wages while the hospital thrives and continues to expand.
She’s just 11 years old, but when one of her best friends died of cancer she decided to honor his memory by helping others. And on Sunday, Emily Nelson will make a trip to the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center.