Baltimore Design School Staff Gets In On #DontRush ChallengeThe staff of the Baltimore Design School got in on the #dontrush challenge to kick off spirit week from afar.
WATCH: Margaret The Macaw Exploring National Aquarium While Closed To PublicThe National Aquarium's hyacinth macaw is using this time to get some steps in while the aquarium is closed to the public.
Dr. Anthony Fauci To Be Honored With His Own BobbleheadThe Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has become one of the leading voices for Americans in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Alcoholics Anonymous May Be Most Effective Path To Abstinence, Study SaysAlcoholics Anonymous in combination with the 12 step facilitation may work for achieving and sustaining sobriety by the social support, inspiration and availability it can provide.
Not-So-Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man Exposes Himself In ManassasThe woman told police she was stopped at an intersection when the man dressed as Spider-Man exposed himself while making an obscene gesture.
Baltimore Natives Posthumously Receive Congressional Medal Of Honor For Volunteer Efforts In World War IIOfficials said the two served above and beyond their duties as civilians during World War I in a time of great need. 
Benefits, Plus Some Surprising Science, About Owning A PetFor millions, having a pet brings a circle of love into our lives -- they give affection, we give it back and all of us are the better for it. And science agrees.
Struggling To Quit Sugar? You Might Not Be Sleeping Enough, Study Says
Judge Flushes Inmate Complaint About Lack Of Toilet PaperA federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a Delaware prison inmate who complained about running out of toilet paper.
Don't Trust Your Memories If You're High On Weed, Study SaysThere is evidence "that chronic use of cannabis can produce persisting decline of cognitive [or] memory function, even after prolonged abstinence and no THC in blood," Ramaekers said.
Babies Are Willing To Give Up Food, Showing Altruism Begins In Infancy, Study Says