If you have witnessed a case of aggressive driving lately, you are in the majority of drivers surveyed across the country. A new study shows the holiday season is among the worst times for erratic behavior on the highways.
Surveyors are checking to make sure that the Washington Monument is still 555 feet, 5 1/8 inches tall.
When you need to know, where do you go? A survey of Maryland voters shows most are dissatisfied with the way the state does, or does not, make important information accessible.
The top complaints in a recent survey of new vehicle owners were technology related.
The number of blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay has dropped steeply, according to an annual survey released Friday, and Maryland officials said they will work with the crabbing industry to reduce bushel limits by about 10 percent for female crabs this year.
Consumer Reports recently released its annual Owner-Satisfaction survey.
A new study indicates that a growing number of drivers aren’t paying attention to the road.
Japanese automakers sat squarely at the top of a recent Consumer Reports survey.
A new survey finds nearly three-quarters of Marylanders support reintroducing elk in the state’s western counties.
Metro employees will be handing out 400,000 survey cards at Metrorail stations to collect information for planning and operational purposes.
Experts on eating disorders are watching a new phenomenon. Facebook may be fueling bad body image. Baltimore’s Sheppard Pratt commissioned the eye-opening survey.
Seven months after an unexpected earthquake shook the East Coast, two national treasures are still in bad shape. The Washington Monument and the National Cathedral both have major structural damage.