Sex Offenders Can Live Next Door To Victims In Many StatesA convicted sex offender who molested his niece when she was 7 years old moved in next door to his victim nearly a dozen years after he was sent to prison for the crime.
Report: Marylanders Among The Worst Tippers In The U.S.Maryland restaurants ranks among the lowest when it comes to tipping.
New Findings Show Dozens May Have Cast Double Votes In 2012 ElectionIt's a founding principle of our country--you only get one vote. But election groups say they've found dozens of voters casting ballots in the last presidential elections in both Maryland and Virginia.
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Spinach Recalled In 39 StatesTaylor Farms Retail Inc. is voluntarily recalling spinach sold under five brand names.
More Than 40 States Get An 'F' For Tobacco ControlFor its efforts to lessen smoking last year, the Obama administration is getting three D's and an F.
Winter Is Good Time To Spot Bald Eagles In Md.When the Endangered Species Act was passed in 1973, bald eagles had nearly disappeared from most of the United States. The lower 48 states were home to barely 400 nesting pairs of bald eagles, due primarily to widespread use of the pesticide DDT.
Tesla Accused Of Operating Illegal Showrooms In Four StatesTesla says that the majority of its showrooms don't sell. They simply share information. Not everyone is buying it.
Chesapeake Restoration Plan Challenged In CourtLawyers representing farm groups and home builders asked a judge to block a federal plan to clean up the Chesapeake Bay, arguing that it tramples on state's rights and uses erroneous data to set pollution limits.
Gay Rights Group Drops $1M In Gay Marriage FightsThe country's leading gay rights group is donating $1 million to campaigns in four states where gay marriage is on the ballot this fall.
Md. Among 11 States Suing EPA Over Soot RulesNew York and 10 other states have filed a lawsuit designed to force the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to issue new regulations on soot pollution.
9 States, Including Maryland, Win Early Learning GrantNine states won a collective $500 million Friday from the federal government to help make pre-K and other early learning programs more accessible and better capable of narrowing the achievement gap between those who start kindergarten without any formal schooling and those who do.