Jury: Husband Poisoned Doctor From TowsonA University of Pittsburgh researcher charged in the cyanide poisoning death of his wife last year was convicted on Friday of first-degree murder.
Family Asks Public For Help In Finding NIH ResearcherThe search for a missing NIH researcher from Maryland expanded into Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Researcher: Slaves Quarried Stone For SmithsonianNew research has found that the red sandstone for one of the oldest buildings on the National Mall, the Smithsonian Castle, was quarried by slaves.
Residents Rally Against Violence In Northeast Baltimore After Researcher's MurderThe 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.
Police Have No Suspects After NIH Researcher's Murder In Northeast BaltimoreThe brazen murder of a researcher and scientist has shaken his Northeast Baltimore community. Now, the killer remains on the loose.
NIH Researcher Killed Near Baltimore HomeThe brutal murder of a prominent researcher at the National Institutes of Health stunned his Northeast Baltimore community. Police are searching for his killer.
Man Convicted Of Killing Johns Hopkins Researcher Files AppealA 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.
Woman Gets 15 Years In Johns Hopkins Researcher's DeathLavelva 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.
South Pole Researcher Recovering From Stroke At Johns HopkinsHer rescue made international headlines. Now, the woman who suffered a stroke at the South Pole is speaking about her treatment right here in Baltimore.
Woman Accused Of Killing JHU Researcher Won't Face Murder ChargesOne 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.