The paintings lay everywhere.
The paintings lay everywhere.
The Orioles rallied from an early three-run deficit on Friday at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium, but still lost to the Toronto Blue Jays, 5-4, in a game that was delayed 100 minutes by rain.
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Charm City comes in at no. 7 - and somehow that doesn't seem weird enough. Here'a look at the Top 10 quirkiest cities in America, according to Travel + Leisure magazine.
Most homeowners are familiar with the hassles that a brutally cold and snowy winter can deliver.
From Corn Flakes to the first World Series, here are things the oldest woman in the world preceded.
When gunmen burst into the offices of the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in January and kept Paris on edge for days, analysts at iJET International sprang into action, tracking dozens of their clients' employees' precise locations using a smartphone app and steering them to safety.
Fifteen years after the city approved a plan to build a Walmart in Port Covington, beside deep water berths and close to Interstate 95, the decision still rankles those who would reserve the waterfront for marine industries.
The trustee charged with restoring order to Baltimore's largest dockworkers union has sent letters informing an unknown number of people recently admitted to the local that their memberships are not valid.
Maryland's Shi Scott's run on "American Idol" ended Thursday, as she did not earn enough votes to be among the top eight female contestants moving on to the next round.
Here's something we didn't expect to see (or hear) today: Future Islands singer Samuel Herring and Los Angeles rapper Earl Sweatshirt have collaborated on a new song called "Play It Cool." Stream it above, or click here to go to vanityfair.com, which premiered it today.
Dr. Sanjay Khurana was close to finishing a golf game when a vintage plane clipped a tree and "dropped like a rock" onto the next hole's green. He rushed to the crash, finding a pilot bleeding from a deep gash in his head.
The Ravens' preference of signing free agents who were released from their teams (meaning they don't factor into the draft compensation formula) is well known. Ahead of free agency starting Tuesday, "Five for Friday" highlights recently released veterans who could fit in Baltimore.
When free agency opens Tuesday, the Ravens will be bracing for the loss of several key players. They have 15 unrestricted free agents, second most in the NFL, plus Chris Canty, whom they recently released. We weigh those players' chances of returning to Baltimore.
Former Ravens wide receiver and kick returner Jacoby Jones has signed a two-year contract with the San Diego Chargers.
Kudos to The New York Times for recently raising questions about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of private email while in office. At the very least, it's a practice that ought not be continued by any such high-ranking government official — if only because these...
The Justice Department on Wednesday released a devastating critique of police and city officials in Ferguson, Mo., where an unarmed black teenager was fatally shot by an officer last year. Though the department did not find cause to bring a civil rights indictment against the officer who killed...
By now, it should come as news to no one that Ferguson, Mo., has a lousy excuse for a police department.
The glow on the screen was unmistakable.
Readers submit photos and information on medical professionals who have recently been promoted, hired or honored. Select photos will be published in the Health and Medicine section of Sunday's edition of The Baltimore Sun. (Caption size is limited.)
Nutritionists from the University of Maryland Medical System regularly contribute guest posts to The Baltimore Sun's Picture of Health blog (baltimoresun.com/pictureofhealth. The latest post is from Mindy Athas.
This month Maryland retained the stellar AAA bond rating from Moody's that it has held since 1970. Should Gov. Larry Hogan get the credit?
The Maryland attorney general's Medicaid fraud control team is investigating LifeLine Inc., the state contractor that managed a group home for disabled foster children where a 10-year-old Baltimore boy died last summer.
A Tilghman Island waterman was sentenced Friday to 18 months in prison followed by six months of home detention for poaching tens of thousands of pounds of rockfish from the Chesapeake Bay.
Back from her kidnapping, Olivia is having a difficult time dealing with her emotions, so she lies to Jake about her whereabouts (giving Scott Foley a 10-second on-screen appearance) and throws herself into work. Which is what a lot of people do, when dealing with their personal lives seems...
It’s the dawn of Day 4, and Dan starts the day by losing his underwear. He was trying to "do his business" in the ocean, and a wave tore them away from him. For Lindsay, this only adds to the general annoyance that is Dan. It was a really, really stupid thing to do, and I don’t...