Frank Underwood might be the most powerful leader in the world on "House of Cards," but his fate could be determined in coming days by a small group of Maryland politicians led by Gov.-elect Larry Hogan.
Ralph Friedgen's talking has been done in private.
In many stores on Black Friday, shoppers moved at a leisurely pace through clear aisles and waited in relatively short lines in what may be the new normal of the holiday shopping season.
The lawyer for former Ravens running back Ray Rice has issued a lengthy statement that was highly critical of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
Former Ravens running back Ray Rice broke his silence, issuing a statement for the first time since he was indefinitely suspended.
The NFL Players Association wants a neutral arbitrator for every NFL disciplinary matter.
A fight in the food court of Westfield Annapolis Mall caused panic among Black Friday shoppers as rumors of a shooting — which police said were false — spread quickly on social media.
Baltimore County officials say testing has shown intermittent instances of E. coli contamination in Towson Run.
Ray Rice is eligible to return to the NFL after an arbitrator overturned his indefinite suspension Friday, but the former Ravens star still faces a difficult path to regaining public acceptance and persuading a team to sign him.
A look at key dates since Ray Rice was arrested for assaulting his then-fiancee Janay Palmer in an Atlantic City casino elevator:
Though Ray Rice is now cleared to return to the NFL, there remains lingering doubt about whether any team will be interested in a 27-year-old running back who hasn't played in a game of any significance since last December.
Several Ravens players have remained in touch with former teammate Ray Rice since his release from the team and have expressed hope that the running back will get a chance to resume his NFL career.
A house fire in Elkridge Friday afternoon displaced three residents and killed a family cat, according to the Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services.
Baltimore police identified 26-year-old man who was fatally shot in East Baltimore Tuesday night.
The Ravens returned after a brief Thanksgiving respite with perfect attendance at practice Friday, the final workout before Sunday's visit from the San Diego Chargers.
Two men were shot outside a bar in Overlea Tuesday night, Baltimore County police said.
Howard County police on Friday identified a man who was injured in a Thanksgiving day shooting inside a Columbia apartment.
A Pennsylvania woman who was injured while driving in Kingsville last week later died, Baltimore County police said Friday.
Mall crowds were relatively thin on Black Friday in a sign of what has become the new normal in U.S. holiday shopping: the mad rush is happening the night of Thanksgiving and more consumers are picking up deals online.
Apart from wreck, robbery, police report quiet Thanksgiving holiday
A man apparently upset about U.S. immigration policy was fatally shot on Friday after firing more than 100 rounds of ammunition at buildings including the Mexican consulate, a U.S. courthouse and police headquarters in the Texas capital, police said.
Former Orioles reliever and current Chicago Cubs right-hander Pedro Strop said Friday he was doing fine the day after he was involved in an automobile accident in his native Dominican Republic.
Protesters angered by a grand jury's decision not to indict a white police officer for killing an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, entered a shopping mall in downtown Seattle on Friday and chained shut at least two doors at an entrance, police said.
When nude photos of girls who attended a Baltimore County high school started showing up on a website, word quickly spread among students.
Hundreds of thousands of times each year in the United States, a kid heads to the emergency room with a fracture. But new research from University of Maryland School of Medicine shows that the injury is almost never splinted properly.
A Baltimore-based nonprofit is preparing to build a commercial kitchen on a blighted tract in East Baltimore, the first step in the creation of a $16 million food production campus.
As more than 300 customers waited outside Thursday, a booming order echoed over the intercom inside the Kohl's in Timonium.
Anne Arundel County police say a woman suffered critical injuries in an early morning crash Thursday in Annapolis when a car fell off the road and into a creek.
A car parked along the side of Pennsylvania Avenue in Westminster caught fire Wednesday morning, leading to a minor explosion, said Lt. Josh Evans of the Westminster Fire Department.
Baltimore police said Thursday a man was in critical condition from a gunshot wound he received Wednesday night.
After a day that saw snow showers and even a few inches of the white stuff to the north and west of the city, Baltimore is expected to be partly cloudy on Thanksgiving Day.
Some roads in downtown Baltimore will be affected Thanksgiving morning when the Gobble Cobble Turkey Trot steps off at about 8:30 a.m.
Outgoing Harford County Executive David Craig officially has been asked to serve on Maryland Gov.-elect Larry Hogan's transition advisory board.
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a brief supporting a challenge to the use of a cellphone tracking device in a federal case in Maryland, arguing that the technology raises "serious Fourth Amendment concerns" and that authorities misled a judge in obtaining a court order.
A military policeman from the Eastern Shore was one of two U.S. troops killed in a bomb attack in Kabul Monday, the Pentagon said.
An experimental Ebola vaccine being tested in humans, including 20 volunteers in Baltimore, appears to be safe and is capable of stirring a response in the immune system, the Bethesda-based National Institutes of Health said Wednesday.
An Owings Mills man was convicted on drug and weapon charges after federal authorities said he was selling cocaine and heroin in Harford County, prosectors said Wednesday.
A 58-year-old man was shot in the arm and leg Wednesday afternoon in the Mosher section of West Baltimore, police said.
The events in Ferguson, Mo., were on the minds of students at several Baltimore area schools this week.
As the Baltimore Police Department seeks to eliminate a wide gulf of community distrust, officers are undergoing training to address racial biases that could taint the way they deal with residents.