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Harris County, Texas, took a giant step toward representation this month when it sat 19 black women judges to the bench.

It's been a 10-year quest but researchers have discovered a female Sehuencas water frog that could help save the species from extinction.

The renowned boxer and humanitarian advocate traveled the world but always credited his hometown in Kentucky. He died in 2016.

Buck Showalter’s run as the Orioles manager has come to a close, and so has his time in Maryland. The veteran coach has sold his Baltimore County home for $1.4 million, records show.

Manny Machado’s agent, Dan Lozano, called out ESPN’s Buster Olney and USA Today’s Bob Nightengale for “inaccurate and reckless” rumors about the White Sox’s negotiations. Nightengale was the first to report a seven-year offer.

Gov. Larry Hogan's sunny talk of bipartisanship cloaks a realization that politics forces hard choices on those who would serve with integrity.

3:00-3:45 pm - Breakout Session
– The Pro-Life Generation Panel: Millennials and the Sanctity of Life with Briana Stensrud, Mollie Hemingway, Allison Howard, Andrew Walker & Trillia Newbell
4:00-4:45 pm - Breakout Session
– Planned Parenthood Exposed: Fetal Tissue, Bioethics, and the Future of Abortion in America with Paige Cunningham, Tim Goeglein, & Freda Bush
6:30-10:15 pm - Evening Sessions
Testimony - Garrett Kell
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Baltimore Sun reporter Luke Broadwater and Goucher College pollster Dr. Mileah Kromer talk about Maryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller's cancer diagnosis and other issues before interviewing State Del. Kathy Szeliga, the target of what prosecutors say was an illegal robocall.

The Sun wrongly points to Mitch McConnell to end shutdown when it's the Democrats and their refusal to deal with border security that should be held accountable.

Stories have power. Personal stories provide points of connection and remind us of the power of relationships to break down otherness, find common ground, and elevate shared humanity. That’s why MENTOR is collecting stories about mentoring in real life — stories from mentors, mentees, programs, and anyone willing to elevate their voice and personal connection to mentoring
We know that mentors are the best recruiters, and…

Baltimore police say they arrested 11 people behind the violent “Black Magic” drug crew and seized guns, cash and more than 400 gel caps of fentanyl.

Dennis Riese has soured on the food trade and developed a taste for marijuana. The chairman and CEO of The Riese Organization – which at its height was the nation’s biggest restaurant operator – has been shrinking his restaurant business in the face of rising wages and stricter labor laws...

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan and the United States have agreed on carrot and stick policy for the Afghan Taliban as they aim to establish peace in Afghanistan,

Unlike the opioid epidemic for which medications exist to help combat addiction, doctors have few such tools to help meth users survive and recover.

QHacks is back for round four! We're bringing in students from all over North America to come together for a wild 36 hours - designing, developing, demoing, cup-stacking, and foosball-playing at our home base at Queen's University. Whether you're a first timer or a seasoned veteran, QHacks definitely has something to satisfy your interests. This weekend is about inclusiveness for all disciplines - students from any…

Fake editions of The Washington Post claiming that President Donald Trump was leaving office were handed out Wednesday morning in Washington, D.C.

As the longest federal government shutdown in U.S. history continues, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan gave his second inaugural address and denounced the state of American politics in Washington.

Some employers view a reduction in force as an apparently easy and clean way to get rid of employees they do not want – like poor performers, who have not

Financial indicators are pointing toward a recession beginning in mid-2020, Dan White, director of government consulting and fiscal policy research for Moody’s Analytics, told members of the Senate’s Budget and Taxation Committee.