She was graceful and engaging while entertaining the politicians from South Korea, gliding from one conversation to another and sharing warm words of welcome. She gave a speech that drew applause.
It hangs on the wall in Mike Millemann's office like a yellowed postcard on the family fridge: a copy of a check for $268,482 from Spiro Agnew, the infamous former governor of Maryland and vice president of the United States.
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the Little Sisters of the Poor must comply with the Obamacare mandate that requires their health insurance carriers to subsidize contraceptive and some abortion services for employees or face fines from the IRS.
Vanessa Lucas, an avid churchgoer, says she'd love for everyone to be as blessed by the Scriptures as she has been. So when a friend missed a half-dozen services, she decided to investigate.
A tired physician prescribes the wrong medication. A surgeon misreads a patient's chart. A nurse inserts the wrong IV or administers too great a dose of a drug.
As Baltimore continued to reel after a May marred by 42 homicides, the most in a single month in 25 years, citizens and community leaders at two events Saturday took starkly different approaches toward a common goal: restoring and keeping the peace.
Like all good registered nurses, Kristin Kraus keeps up with the latest in technological developments, so when a terminally ill older patient entered her operating room one night, she was as ready as ever with the required monitors and meds.
The University System of Maryland has turned to a veteran college administrator from New York to take over as president of Coppin State University, the historically black West Baltimore institution that has battled financial problems and poor graduation rates.