The family of Henrietta Lacks has hired a prominent civil rights attorney who says he will file lawsuits against big pharmaceutical companies across the country that made fortunes off medical research with her famous cancer cells.
Baltimore County Police say they have identified the two children who were found dead in a car during a traffic stop in Essex on Wednesday night.
Aldama, a 6-foot-11, 224-pound forward, became the second Greyhounds player to be selected in the modern era of the NBA draft and the first to be taken in the opening round.
In a wide-ranging question-and-answer published by The Baltimore Sun, Marilyn Mosby and her personal attorney address the scope of the federal tax investigation and offer their explanation of what led prosecutors to turn attention to her taxes in the first place.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg made his first visit to a U.S. port Thursday since taking office, touring the Port of Baltimore where he promoted President Joe Biden’s $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package.
Casey Mize allowed only an unearned run in seven innings and Miguel Carbera hit his 496th and 497th career home runs to send the Orioles to a 6-2 loss in Detroit on Thursday night.
Several labor leaders said it would be premature to endorse Biden’s approach before they can bargain with employers over how it will be implemented and how employees’ rights and privacy would be protected.
Alley houses have been a cornerstone of Baltimore architecture since the 1780s as a way to provide affordable housing to Black residents and recently immigrated families. Now, estimates are that only a few hundred remain.
The Ravens’ secondary, after another injury-riddled season that tested its depth, is healthy and hopeful for its potential on a defense that ranked among the NFL’s best last year.
- Biden is also directing the Defense Department to look into adding the COVID-19 shot to its list of required vaccinations for members of the military.
Some states in the union — whether due to significant tax deductions on retirement income, no state income tax or other policies — are undoubtedly friendlier to the senior demographic’s financial needs than others. As part of a recent study, SmartAsset analyzed the tax laws of all 50 states and classified them as either very tax-friendly to retirees, tax-friendly, moderately tax-friendly or not tax-friendly. Here are 25 tax-friendly or very tax-friendly states to retire in. (Bianca Sanchez, The Active Times)
Loans and small grants are available now to more businesses than ever through the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program, SBA officials say. But because of processing backlogs, efforts to prevent fraud and lack of awareness about the program, funds have been slow to reach businesses when they say they need it most.
Federal regulators will allow Emergent BioSolutions to resume production of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine after production woes, officials said Thursday.
Superintendent Darryl Williams touted “universal masking” as an important part of the system’s multifaceted approach to mitigate the spread of COVID while keeping schools open for in-person learning.
Amid a national debate over critical race theory and standards for teaching history in K-12 public schools, Carroll and Harford county school boards have said recently that they want “politically neutral” curriculum.
Juanita Koilpillai, who was killed in her Tracys Landing home Sunday, was a leader in the cybersecurity field who loved her life chapter in Anne Arundel County.
Bill Stromberg, CEO of Baltimore-based T. Rowe Price Group, will retire in December after 35 years at the money management firm. Rob Sharps, a 24-year veteran of the firm, will become president and CEO Jan. 1 and take over as chair of the management committee.
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- The family of Henrietta Lacks has hired a prominent civil rights attorney who says he will file lawsuits against big pharmaceutical companies across the country that made fortunes off medical research with her famous cancer cells.