A three-part Baltimore Sun investigation into how a rogue group of police officers used their badges to commit crimes — and got away with it for years.
In 1950, Howard County was a primarily rural, predominately white farming community of around 23,000. Since then, the population has grown more than tenfold and diversified. We use Census Bureau data to examine the growth of Howard's largest minority groups.
Women hold more of Congress's 535 seats than ever before, though growth in recent years has differed along party lines. Maryland has no women in its delegation.
See how your neighborhood voted with this detailed map, which shows ballots cast for governor on Election Day by voting precinct.