As a justice advocate for women, I’ve heard these tragedies before. All are life-changing, and every one includes a serial offender.
I kept $500,000 in cash and gold bars in case of an emergency.
Educators and parents demand that social media companies make changes to protect children's well-being and academic success.
It is the rarest of moments that can produce a collective lump in the throats of an entire city, as Baltimore experienced that day.
Maryland's governor has been compared to Barack Obama, but whether he will fight for the little guy isn't clear.
New Jersey democratic senator accused of accepting bribes.
United States must provide the military aid needed to allow Ukraine to defeat its Russian invaders.
There’s a reason Trump never attempted to govern as a unifier and isn’t running for reelection as one.
Damages paid to victims of abuse should be paid by Baltimore archdiocese or even Rome, not by parishioners.
Waiting until February to rewrite the city's political map does a serious disservice to voters and candidates alike.
Jimmy Carter, who entered home hospice care more than seven months ago, will turn 99 on Sunday.
In reporting on censored reading material, don't underestimate the training, skills and professionalism of school librarians.
Recent cartoon captures the incendiary harm done by right-wing media mogul while casting doubt on U.S. exceptionalism.
Rise in adverse "events" in Maryland hospitals a product of continuing manpower shortage that demands more meaningful actions.
House speaker's best chance to avoid a disastrous government shutdown is to put the interest of his country ahead of his own political ambitions.
Loss to Colts demonstrates how Ravens under John Harbaugh often freak out under adversity.
Brooks Robinson, Baltimore Orioles legend, passed away Tuesday at 86; fans pay tribute with memories of the beloved player.
There's a reason why Maryland's elected leaders aren't acting on juvenile crime — they'd have to admit their own failure.
Baltimore officers who believe they've been unfairly maligned should be able to contest decision of city state's attorney.
Thousands of people have a Brooks Robinson story. Here's mine, on the occasion of his death.
AARP Maryland strongly supports call for state lawmakers to expand authority of prescription drug affordability board.
Instead of seeking bankruptcy protection, Baltimore archdiocese ought to take up a collection to provide relief to victims of child sexual abuse.
The Writers Guild of America flexes its collective muscle, Rosie the Riveter style
The Orioles' successful season shows we should stop lowering expectations for the Birds -- and for Baltimore.
Soon, P. David Bramble will offer his "mixed use" plan for Harborplace and the most important requirement is for it to succeed.
As the Orioles prepare to charge into the Major League Baseball post-season, it's time for all to get to know The Birds.
Doctor shortages are predicted nationwide, but they're likely to be worse in rural areas.
The men's casual dress trend has gone too far and it's time to crack down on sweatshirts and shorts in nice places.
Johns Hopkins University is wisely consulting with community stakeholders about policing but also needs to focus more on officer recruitment.
Congress should expand federal tax credit as soon as possible so that low-income Americans can at least feed their kids.