Funeral arrangements have been set for Freddie Gray, the Baltimore man who died April 19 from a spinal injury suffered while in police custody.
The Hubble Space Telescope survived decades of delays, glitches and blunders to fulfill predictions that it would rewrite science textbooks. But as it moves into the final years of its life, scientists say some of its best work still could be ahead of it.
Temperatures were forecast to drop below freezing around the region for the first time in weeks early Friday morning, but in most areas the lowest readings came in at the mid-30s.
On one end of the southern ledge of a downtown skyscraper's 33rd floor, there is death — bloodstains, a mess of feathers, the head of a small songbird or woodpecker.
More thunderstorms and strong winds are forecast Wednesday afternoon as a cold front approaches the region.
Rockville biotechnology company MaxCyte Inc. announced Tuesday it is collaborating with Johns Hopkins University researchers to explore a way to use the immune system to fight cancer.
A sunny and dry but windy day is forecast Tuesday, with temperatures in the 60s.
Spinal injuries such as those that led to Freddie Gray's death while in police custody require "significant force" akin to the impact from a car accident and can fatally impair the body's ability to regulate blood flow and breathing, according to medical experts.