As Average Rent Prices Fall In DC, Baltimore Seeing Rates Climb, Report FindsDespite dozens of the largest counties in the country seeing rent prices fall from one year ago, Baltimore rents are increasing at some of the highest rates, a new report found.
Former Maryland Police Officer James Piccirilli, Who Reportedly Fled State After Gun Case Sentencing, Arrested In IndianaA former Maryland police officer who fled the state after being sentenced on a federal charge for possessing an unregistered fully automatic firearm was arrested earlier this week in Indiana, the justice department said.
Barron Trump Tests Positive For COVID-19 Earlier This Month, First Lady SaysBarron Trump tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month, first lady Melania Trump announced in a personal essay posted on the White House website.
Pelosi, Raskin Announce Legislation To Create Presidential Fitness CommissionHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Maryland Rep. Jamie Raskin announced legislation Friday that would set up a process allowing Congress to establish a commission to determine a president's fitness to serve.
Visiting Santa At The Mall Will Look Different This Year Due To CoronavirusBe prepared for a different looking family photo with Santa Claus this year due to the coronavirus.
Airline Industry Left In Limbo As Federal Aid Runs OutPresident Donald Trump is urging Congress to pass coronavirus aid for airlines and stimulus checks after calling off negotiations on a relief package via Twitter on Tuesday.
UMD Scientists Say Vice Presidential Debate Needs Air Filtration System Due To CoronavirusA group of scientists from the University of Maryland wrote a letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates in which they recommended adding an air filtration system to the room where the debate will happen, CBS News reports.
Trump Has 'Restful' First Night Back At White House, 'Continues To Do Extremely Well' With COVID-19 BattlePresident Donald Trump "continues to do extremely well" following his coronavirus diagnosis late last week, his doctor said in a memo Tuesday.
It's Too Early To Determine Long-Term Effects Of President Trump's COVID-19 Treatment Drugs, Doctor SaysOver the last few days, doctors have slowly revealed more details about the medications that are being used on President Trump.
President Trump Gets Second Dose Of Remdesivir To Treat Coronavirus, Could Be Discharged From The Hospital As Soon As MondayPresident Donald Trump's hospitalization stretched into a third day on Sunday as he and his health team sought to clarify contradictory statements and confusion from the day before that raised questions about the seriousness of his fight with COVID-19.
Masks, Social Distancing Will Likely Be Needed Until Late 2021, Fauci Says During Virtual Event In Md.Americans better get used to wearing masks and practicing social distancing for another year, Dr. Anthony Fauci said during a virtual discussion with Maryland doctors this week.
Maryland Leaders Wish Trump 'Speedy Recovery' After Positive Coronavirus TestMaryland lawmakers on Friday sent words of support and encouragement to President Donald Trump following the news he and First Lady Melania Trump tested positive for the coronavirus.
Maryland, 40 Other States Reach $39.5M Settlement With Anthem Over 2014 Data BreachHealth insurance company Anthem and multiple states, including Maryland, have reached a settlement following a 2014 data breach involving the personal data of nearly 79 million Americans, Attorney General Brian Frosh announced this week.
Never Forget: Ceremonies Across State Remember 9/11 Attack Victims, Including 68 MarylandersAcross the country and across Maryland, Americans memorialized the nearly 3,000 victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks Friday on the 19th anniversary of the tragedy.
States Ask Judge To Reverse Changes At US Postal ServiceA group of states suing over service cuts at the U.S. Postal Service is asking a federal judge to immediately undo some of them, saying the integrity of the upcoming election is at stake.