The temperature was barely into the 40s as the Baltimore Orioles began their first official workout of spring. All of the pitchers and catchers reported on time, and nearly all of the position players were there, too.
Curfew controversy. The ACLU is raising concerns as the new curfew law in Baltimore City gets ready to go into effect.
In an interview with an American media outlet, NSA leaker Edward Snowden said he was “trained as a spy” and argued that he had a much larger role in U.S. intelligence than the government has acknowledged.
Now that you have health insurance, you may be wondering how to use it. Check out these answers to some common questions about health insurance.
Will self-driving cars become conveyances for people who are too tired — or too drunk — to drive?
With DNA testing becoming more common in criminal investigations, the Supreme Court will decide whether police can take genetic samples from people they arrest for crimes.
A large review of 47 studies does not support premenstrual negative mood syndrome.
Autopsy results are released for the two young women killed in the train derailment in Howard County as investigators make significant progress.
Baltimore County has agreed to pay $475,000 to settle a workplace discrimination lawsuit brought by the U.S. Justice Department.
Knowing the right questions to ask at the start could save you time and stress later on.
These seven questions will help you compare and contrast potential architects before making a hiring decision.
Residents who live near a Baltimore paint plant say the city hasn’t officially warned them how to protect themselves from any potentially dangerous dust that could be released as part of the building’s demolition next year.