Maryland lawmakers on Thursday announced a new oversight panel to try to find solutions to ongoing problems with the state’s troubled online health exchange.
Gov. Martin O’Malley declares the state’s health care exchange “functional,” a huge step up from the admitted “big mess” that it was on Oct. 1.
Despite a rocky start with health care reform, Gov. Martin O’Malley said Thursday he is still aiming to meet the goal of enrolling 260,000 people in private insurance and Medicaid through the state’s health care exchange by the end of March.
Five weeks ago, the FBI shut down what it calls the most sophisticated and extensive criminal marketplace on the Internet. Silk Road was a website selling illegal drugs and guns, but it may be finding new life.
The executive director of Maryland’s online marketplace for health insurance says more upgrades to the website have enabled more people to create accounts to use it.
A GBMC doctor who was hit by a car remains hospitalized, but relatives say he is making an excellent recovery.
The military has released some court documents in the case of an Army private accused of giving classified material to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks.
In May 1862, Robert Ford was captured by Confederate soldiers and sent to the officers’ jail in Richmond, Va., known as Libby Prison. A black resident of Frederick in his early 30s, Ford had been working as a teamster for the Union Army’s quartermaster.
Public accountability may be a key weight loss aid for some.
Prosecutors in Montgomery County want to shut down the website of a defendant in a car theft case, saying they’re concerned the site could influence the potential jury pool.
The website for the Prince George’s County public school system is being honored.
Putting history online. That’s what the Walters Art Museum is doing thanks to nearly a million dollars in grants.