The Boy Scouts of America lifted its blanket ban on gay leaders and employees on Monday, saying it was time for change, given rapidly shifting societal views and legal challenges.
Prosecutors plan to seek sanctions against the defense attorneys for six Baltimore police officers charged in Freddie Gray's death, accusing them of "factual mendacity and legal malarkey."
An early-morning fire ripped through several early-1800s buildings in this beloved historic town early Thursday, damaging several businesses and threatening the national park that commemorates a pivotal moment in U.S. history.
The Little Sisters of the Poor are taking their fight against an Obamacare requirement to provide contraceptive coverage to employees to the Supreme Court.
A teenage girl who alleges she was raped at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house near the Johns Hopkins University campus has sued the school and the fraternity, saying they were negligent by failing to provide a safe environment for guests.
A Towson High School teacher has been charged with sexually abusing a student, Baltimore County police said Monday.
Baltimore County police this week urged Pikesville residents to take precautions after a string of burglaries in the community.
The former president of the Rams Head Group used a hidden camera to capture footage from three bathrooms — more than had been previously disclosed — and the surveillance occurred over a period of three years, prosecutors said Thursday.