Two more people came forward Friday and said Baltimore police gave them "rough rides," purposefully tossing them around in the back of a transport van, causing them injuries.
When some medical experts look at the choppy, grainy video of Freddie Gray's arrest, they see that he has a spinal cord injury. Others are not so sure.
Echoing sentiments from President Obama, as well as city and church leaders, Ronald J. Daniels, Johns Hopkins University president told students, faculty and staff in a letter Tuesday night that leaders must "challenge ourselves to listen and to respond" to calls for changes in Baltimore.
As the state struggled under the national spotlight to fix its deeply flawed online health insurance marketplace last year, officials awarded more than $84 million in contracts without competition, about a third of the money spent on the troubled website.
Binge drinking in Maryland is on the rise, driven in large part by women whose rate jumped 34.7 percent from 2005 to 2012, according to new estimates published online Thursday in the Journal of Public Health.
On a recent day, 21/2-year-old Connor was busy helping his grandmother make cookies, a normal family scene except for what happened before the bowls and measuring spoons came out.
No Maryland hospital, not even world-renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital, earned a top score under a new, simplified ranking system for patient satisfaction released Thursday by federal health care authorities.
Baltimore Orioles minor-league outfielder Nolan Reimold filed a lawsuit Tuesday alleging negligent medical care at Johns Hopkins Hospital, claiming he was cleared to resume play too quickly after spinal surgery, causing additional damage.