Jon Stewart changed American culture. You can't say that about many performers, especially comedians working on a basic-cable channel that rarely drew more than a million viewers for any of its shows before him.
A D.C. Superior Court judge on Friday upheld the 6 1/2-year jail sentence of an Orthodox rabbi and former Towson University professor who pleaded guilty to 52 misdemeanor counts of voyeurism.
An investigation of Baltimore's information technology office has led to the indictment of a contractor accused of charging the city for $180,000 in work that was not done.
As Baltimore remained under curfew following riots over Freddie Grays' death, hackers who sympathized with protesters on the streets targeted city government and a cyber attack knocked out its website, according to newly released documents.
Legg Mason earned $94.5 million between April and June, a 31 percent increase from the same quarter last year, the Baltimore-based money manager reported Friday.
The city plans to bolster the Station North, Highlandtown and Bromo Seltzer Tower areas, which are Baltimore's three designated arts and entertainment districts, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's office announced in a report released Friday.
Kevin Plank's Sagamore Development Co. can use land owned by a unit of the National Aquarium in Port Covington for a planned technology incubator nearby, under a new agreement.
Facing the midnight Saturday expiration of labor contracts covering 39,000 workers in nine states, including Maryland, Verizon reported little progress in the negotiations with two unions late Friday.
Manager Buck Showalter said newly acquired outfielder Gerardo Parra had to fly into Washington, D.C., so he will have to fight rush-hour traffic on the beltway en route to Camden Yards. Showalter expects him to arrive at the park around game time.
Tommy Hunter throws in the high 90s and has been a big part of the Orioles bullpen for the past three years. Junior Lake is an outfielder who has not distinguished himself in parts of three major league seasons.
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