U.S. Surgeon General Regina M. Benjamin, center, was the keynote speaker at the Doctors for America national meeting in Washington, D.C. Havre d Grace's Don Mathis, left, and his wife, Carol Mathis, participated in the meeting and shared some policy insights with Dr. Benjamin.
More than a decade ago, Bill Clinton threw his arm around the handsome, brash leader of Baltimore who had just been named by a national magazine as the country's "best young mayor."
As Martin O'Malley climbs Federal Hill, where he is expected to launch his campaign for president Saturday, he will carry with him a decade-old record on fighting crime that is drawing new scrutiny amid an unprecedented national debate over police brutality.
On the color video from a security camera, two masked women and two men slam a crowbar into a pharmacy safe filled with narcotics in a failed attempt to open it. A woman then smashes a cash register loaded with money. The four, with the help of others, haul what owners say is tens of thousands...
A complete accounting of the financial damage caused during the riots has yet to be finished, but one month later, it's clear that the scope is far wider than was initially suspected.
Fifty-nine Baltimore city school employees received layoff notices Friday in a second round of cutbacks imposed by the school district this week.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake could face a tough race against at least one challenger in next year's election, political analysts say. A few months ago, many pundits considered the mayor practically unbeatable. Then rioting broke out ¿ followed by a dramatic spike in homicides.
May has seen 39 homicides so far, making it Baltimore's deadliest month since 1996. Shootings this month have more than doubled compared to May 2014. Meanwhile, arrests have plummeted since April's unrest in Baltimore, with only 1,177 people arrested so far in May compared to 3,801 in the same...