At the corner of Columbia's Little Patuxent Parkway and Brooken Land Parkway, there gathers a group of more than 50 people, carrying signs protesting the Obama administration's threat to bomb Syria with missiles in retaliation for its government's alleged gassing of its own people, killing more than 1,400 of them. Drivers of cars, trucks and buses honked their horns in support of the demonstration.
The deadly shooting at one of the region's largest military facilities reopened a debate Monday about whether U.S. officials have done enough to secure the nation's massive portfolio of domestic bases.
On a Civil War battlefield where tens of thousands of men clashed fifteen decades ago, eight Ku Klux Klan members unfurled their group's banner Saturday afternoon and called for a new uprising to oust President Obama.
Several dozen protesters rallied in Rockville and Ellicott City on Wednesday to deliver the message that even in Democratic Maryland — where six in 10 voted to re-elect President Obama last year — there are deep misgivings about U.S. involvement in another Middle East war.
Bradley Manning, the junior Army analyst convicted of espionage for leaking thousands of classified documents, was sentenced to 35 years in prison Wednesday, reigniting a debate over how far the government should go to punish those who publicize secret information.
Citizens of Baltimore were naturally jittery as news swept through the city that Confederate and Union forces, inextricably locked on a deadly course, were about to meet in an epic battle that unfolded in Gettysburg, a small Pennsylvania farming village.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
New Covenant Christian School kindergartner Logan Cavey, 6, recites a portion of the Gettysburg Address to Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett on Memorial Day at the monument on the Gettysburg Battlefield, commemorating the delivery in November 1863 of President Abraham Lincoln's famous battlefield address. Corbett and Logan crossed paths as the governor was waiting to participate in the official 3 p.m. battlefield memorial service. Logan was visiting the Gettysburg Battlefield with his parents, Scott
As the hospital ship USNS Comfort motored up the Chesapeake Bay, Chief Petty Officer 2nd Class Josh Cackowski was eager to see his son — and anxious about how the 18-month-old might react to him. their reunion was capture in a photograph that appeared across the nation, and is recalled on Memorial Day.
In November, more than 700 high school boys and girls lacrosse players on 46 teams ¿ came together to raise more than $65,000 for two severely wounded Connecticut soldiers at the seventh annual Sticks for Soldiers Thanksgiving Lacrosse Tournament in Fairfield, Conn.
The DNA of a battle that helped turn the tide of a war going horribly wrong for America lay buried just six inches below the surface in a Kent County corn field. For nearly two centuries, the musket balls, canister shot and other artifacts from intense fighting at Caulk's Field waited to tell the story of a sweltering August night in 1814, when militiamen sprung a trap on a British raiding party bent on destruction.
Wounded soldiers returning from war can find plenty of programs through nonprofits and the government that offer to help them re-enter the workforce. The problem is that there are so many employment programs, often duplicating each other's efforts, that job seekers can easily be overwhelmed.
Gen. Dennis L. Via, commanding general, U.S. Army Material Command, visited several major supporting commands based at Aberdeen Proving Ground on Friday, the post command said. The general's visit highlighted the rapid changes that have taken place at the Harford County military installation in just six years because of base realignment, typically referred to as BRAC.
Boston Cannons midfielder Paul Rabil, a former All-American at Johns Hopkins, is hosting the second annual Paul Rabil Foundation Holiday Magic Gala on Thursday, Dec. 6 at Sammy's Trattoria Restaurant in Baltimore.