Impact amounts to a pay cut, teachers say
Relationship between historically black and traditionally white colleges held up as model by judge in lawsuit ruling
60-page opinion criticizes duplication of programs at traditionally white campuses
Johns Hopkins University has named a new dean of its Whiting School of Engineering.
Lawyers repeatedly and fruitlessly object during opening statements
It will offer services to active duty and former military
Stent trial starts Monday with jury selection
Maryland's highest court ruled Wednesday that poor suspects should have access to counsel at all bail hearings, overturning the General Assembly's attempt to spare already-stretched public defenders from attending hundreds of thousands of proceedings each year.