Recent beatings and fights have plagued the area in and around the Inner Harbor. Some worry they’re having a chilling effect.
A Maryland court says the Baltimore police commissioner had the authority to fire an officer who berated and pushed a 14-year-old skateboarder who called him “dude.”
New media and the stories shaped by online culture and social networks now have a place in the Newseum, a Washington museum devoted to the history of news.
It is a disturbing Internet sensation. People, mostly teens, are trying to swallow a teaspoon of cinnamon quickly.
An American activist group is getting worldwide attention for a video that documents wartime atrocities in Africa. One University of Maryland professor weighs in on “KONY 2012,” which targets the Lord’s Resistance Army and its leader, Joseph Kony.
Buck talks O’s pitchers & strategy from spring training.
Maryland sends the largest delegation in the United States to India with a goal of bringing jobs back to the state.
Caught on camera: a nasty fistfight inside M&T Bank Stadium this weekend between groups of football fans. The viral video has been seen by tens of thousands.
Between job hunting and working on her crafts and art projects, Atanossian spends her time swimming — lots of swimming. It’s the best way to train as a mermaid, she said.
A video posted on YouTube shows two Metro Transit police officers forcing a man in a wheelchair to the ground outside a Metro station, and the police chief has announced a formal review of the officers’ actions.
Jason Mendelson’s favorite art teacher once told him he could find art in anything. So it would be interesting to see what that instructor might think 20 years later of Mendelson’s latest undertaking.
Maryland’s prison agency said Wednesday it will no longer ask prospective correctional officers for the keys to their social media accounts after the American Civil Liberties Union complained that requiring job applicants to divulge Facebook usernames and passwords violates privacy laws.