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The Department of Homeland Security has proposed a new rule that would expand Trump administration efforts to limit how much immigrants may use welfare programs.

The travel company’s viewfinder blog named Baltimore one of the country’s 10 smelliest cities, citing its freshly baked bread.

An 8-year-old eastern black rhino bull, born and raised in San Diego, recently made a 68-hour journey to Tanzania where he will eventually be released into the wild.

Howard County and Baltimore City fire personnel were grouped together to assist in cleanup efforts in Harrels, N.C., following heavy rains from Hurricane Florence.

Lawyers for Christine Blasey Ford say she has accepted the Senate Judiciary Committee request to testify against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

The timing and terms of the hearing are still unclear, as negotiations continue between Ford's attorneys and the Senate Judiciary Committee.

From the seat of the Cadillac DeVille convertible that he and Mayor Catherine Pugh rode in, Ray Lewis grinned wide and waved to passersby as Ravens fans chanted and marching bands played ahead.

It’s the first day of autumn and we’re so excited!  (Hellooooo, pumpkin spice!)  The Baltimore area is home to some great fall festivals and events.  Here are a few you should check out!   Baltimore, MD ·     &nb

The Wall Street Journal (9/20, Ulick, McKay, Subscription Publication) reports that according to a study published Thursday in the journal Science, opioids aren’t the only driver of rising drug ove…

Kaiser Health News (9/20, Bailey) reports that for the families of many older dementia patients, Hurricane Florence was a catalyst for assessing care options for their loved ones. For the nearly 5 …

The Ravens addressed their depth at cornerback and inconsistency at returner Saturday with a series of roster moves ahead of Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos.

MedPage Today (9/20, Walsh) reports, “Arthritis is a common comorbidity among older adults with depressive symptoms, diagnosed in up to two-thirds of patients with depression,” researchers conclude…

Prevalent in schools, Supreme has become the hype of 2018. Their clothing not only ranges from hoodies to beanies, but even Nike x Supreme shoes and Louis Vuitton x Supreme handbags. Streetwear official, an online clothing store, said, "Supreme is the definition of Streetwear and in many ways is the force that continues to bless…

Employers walk a very fine line when it comes to their employee’s mental health, experts say. Employers can’t reject an applicant or fire someone who has a mental health condition. Everything changes, however, if a worker poses a direct threat to themselves or others.

Buying a home outside of "peak-season" can have benefits. Check out 4 reasons why off-season buying can work to your advantage.

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Congratulations to Carroll County's Strouse Corporation and CEO Sue Chambers on the new facility's grand opening this week. The Westminster Technology Park space will streamline the company's manufacturing processes, create 25 new jobs, and provide room to grow in the years to come. We're excited to see what this local manufacturer does next. MORE
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From dads' rights in divorce to property division, learn about the many areas in which our family law attorneys have been helping men for years.

Check out blogs from students, faculty, admissions, and guests to see what life at Hopkins is really like.

“Honestly, I'll just say this: Bert was a big part of my growing-up phase the first few weeks here, because I didn't know anything,” Kenny Young said.

Road closures and other parking restrictions will be in effect Saturday morning around the Inner Harbor for the city’s parade honoring Baltimore Ravens Hall of Famer Ray Lewis.

Iron Up 5K/10K Run with 1 Mile Walk Race for Sickle Cell Awareness on September 15, 2018 at 7:30am hosted by Genesic Nonprofit Organization in Albany, Georgi...

Scientists are using a crab virus akin to the common cold, computer models of ocean currents and tides, and genetic analysis of crustaceans from Massachusetts to Argentina to figure out just how much different populations of swimming crabs have in common.