| Mar 30, 2012
| 1:40 PM
Johns Hopkins led the nation's universities in research and development spending for the 32nd consecutive year in rankings released this week by the National Science Foundation.
Hopkins has dominated the rankings since the foundation began crediting...
| Jul 29, 2011
| 12:52 PM
Martha O. Roseman, a retired Johns Hopkins University associate dean of academic advising who was recalled as a "grandmother" for those at the Homewood campus, died of cancer July 22 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Pikesville resident was 90....
| Apr 11, 2012
| 10:19 AM
Throughout the United States, a potentially lethal war is erupting. It is a war that puts millions of innocent lives in danger and undermines the centuries-long sacred bond between physicians and patients. This is a war between pediatricians and...
| Oct 20, 2011
| 4:09 PM
The devastation of losing a house to foreclosure can lead to depression and a host of other conditions, according to the authors of new study who warn of a looming national health crisis. They are advocating for a new unified approach by financial and...
| Oct 18, 2011
| 2:03 PM
Midshipman Second Class Timothy J. Cadigan was named to the superintendent's list for the third consecutive semester at the U.S. Naval Academy, in Annapolis. The list is the highest honor list at the academy.
Cadigan is the son of John and Connie...
| Aug 16, 2008
It does not matter where Bob Bowman lays his head to rest at night - and it could be anywhere, from Baltimore to Barcelona, Ann Arbor to Beijing - he does not hear his alarm clock in the morning.
He is always awake long before it wails, usually on the...
| Apr 18, 2008
Michael Phelps has always said he'd be willing to follow his coach, Bob Bowman, just about anywhere. After the Beijing Olympics, it looks as if Phelps will be following him right back to Baltimore.
Bowman -- Phelps' personal coach since he was 11 years...
| Apr 30, 2008
In one corner of the Donald B. Canham Natatorium, a massive brick building on the University of Michigan campus that houses a 50-meter pool, there is a tiny clock with glowing red numbers.
It's a countdown, a reminder of how many days, hours, even tenths...
| May 11, 2008
Michael Phelps showed up at the Meadowbrook Aquatic Center last night and climbed into the pool.
But instead of a Speedo, he wore a tuxedo.
The club's outdoor pool, which had been drained and covered by a tent, was the site of the North Baltimore...
| Aug 15, 2009
A 28-year-old woman who was slightly injured when her Honda Accord hit a Cadillac Escalade driven by Olympic swimming star Michael Phelps in Baltimore's Mid-Town Belvedere neighborhood is to be charged with running a red light, a city police spokesman...
| Aug 1, 2008
It was raining outside when her youngest left the nest.
Debbie Phelps will never forget the day the best swimmer in the world moved from Baltimore. "He left on July3, 2004, went to the Olympics and never came home," she says.
"As a mom, you know they'll...
| Jan 20, 2008
When John Harbaugh told his mother of his career choice, she wept.
"Mom, I'm going to give coaching a chance," said Harbaugh, who'd just finished college with a political science degree.
Jackie Harbaugh tried to stay calm. "Are you sure you don't want...