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How free blacks in the decades before the Civil War used the law to assert their rights as citizens in Baltimore's old courthouse. Guest: Legal historian Martha Jones, author of "Birthright Citizens: Race and Rights in Antebellum America."
After 72 episodes, Female Trouble is coming to an end. For this final episode, past guests of the podcast sent in voice memos updating listeners on what they’ve been up to since appearing on Female Trouble.
Jeffrey Peck was a profoundly gifted boy who seemed destined for a career in biological sciences.
The minute-by-minute response of police to the Annapolis newsroom
Sun reporters and a political science professor analyze the results of the Maryland primary.
On the eve of Tuesday's primary election, Dan speaks with Sun reporters Erin Cox, Luke Broadwater and Pamela Wood about the campaigns for Maryland governor, Baltimore County executive, Baltimore State's Attorney and other offices.
Writer and activist Darnell L. Moore on Trump and immigrants, the Bible and politicians, and growing up black and gay.
Democrats Jesse Colvin and Michael Pullen want to challenge Republican incumbent Andy Harris for Maryland's 1st Congressional District in November.
Kurtis Williams, who has spent half of his 35 years in Maryland prisons for second-degree murder, has earned parole. He's back in Baltimore and facing the formidable challenge of finding a job.
Maryland gubernatorial candidate Krish Vignarajah says she has received hate mail and mean tweets ridiculing her gender, her ethnicity and even the appearance of her 11-month-old daughter, Alana, in a campaign ad.
Tracy Dimond writes about identity, chronic pain and the female body.
A look at what's growing in Baltimore: from a rare wild plant in the Jones Falls Valley to 100 orchards across the city.