New research has found that the red sandstone for one of the oldest buildings on the National Mall, the Smithsonian Castle, was quarried by slaves.
The search for a killer. A Baltimore community rallies in the wake of a respected researcher’s murder while police try to find out who gunned him down.
The brazen murder of a researcher and scientist has shaken his Northeast Baltimore community. Now, the killer remains on the loose.
The brutal murder of a prominent researcher at the National Institutes of Health stunned his Northeast Baltimore community. Police are searching for his killer.
A man convicted of fatally stabbing a Johns Hopkins researcher during a robbery has appealed his conviction. John Wagner was convicted in August of stabbing 23-year-old Stephen Pitcairn to death. Pitcairn was walking home from Penn Station, talking on a cell phone to his mother when he was killed in July 2010.
Lavelva Merritt will spend 15 years in prison — a 30-year sentence, 15 of which were suspended — for her role in the death of Stephen Pitcairn.
Her rescue made international headlines. Now, the woman who suffered a stroke at the South Pole is speaking about her treatment right here in Baltimore.
One of two people accused of killing a Johns Hopkins researcher no longer faces murder charges. She’s now agreed to testify against her co-defendant.