Historic day for international relations. After more than a half-century, the Cuban Embassy reopened in the nation’s capital.
A surprising new travel option, as the United States and Cuba thaw relations. Americans could soon take a cruise to Cuba. Carnival Cruise Lines has just secured U.S. approval.
The United States went on to beat Germany 2-0 on a penalty kick from Carli Lloyd and a late goal from Kelley O’Hara.
The itinerary for Pope Francis’ first visit to the United States was released Tuesday. His first stop is DC and the planning is underway.
More than a century ago, Robert Baird’s great-great grandfather befriended Mormon prophet Joseph Smith and led his family across the plains with other Mormon pioneers.
After five years, Maryland native Alan Gross was released from a Cuban prison Wednesday morning, just in time for the Hanukkah.
Alan Gross has called himself a “trusting fool” for going to Cuba in the first place. Family and friends described him with other words: gregarious and outgoing, with a talent for picking up and playing any musical instrument.
All travelers who come into the U.S. from three Ebola-stricken West African nations will now be monitored for three weeks, the latest step by federal officials to keep the disease from spreading into the country.
Doctors in Texas are now treating a patient with the first diagnosed Ebola case in the United States. Now there’s word that the patient may have flown through a local airport.
Michael Phelps botched his turn halfway through the 100-meter freestyle and finished next-to-last in a star-studded field at the U.S. national championships.
Food fraud. Seafood bought right here in Maryland, turning out to be from 100,000 miles away. It’s misleading and it’s hurting our bottom dollar.
The conflict in Gaza continues to spark intense passions and concerns across the United States, including right here in Maryland.