A push by congressional Republicans Friday to increase pressure on the Obama White House over the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi has put Baltimore Rep. Elijah E. Cummings back on the job as one of the administration's leading defenders.
Want to see what gifts Baltimore's elected officials and government workers have received? You can check out the details online, but first have to make a stop at City Hall to sign up. The city's Ethics Board says the requirement that individuals come in person to sign up is based on a state law.
The drama over Baltimore's dysfunctional phone system began its latest act Wednesday with the city authorizing a private attorney to defend Comptroller Joan Pratt amid an ethics investigation — and Pratt leveling more accusations that the Rawlings-Blake administration is wasting taxpayer dollars through inaction.
In a 12-second period one year ago today, two homemade explosive devices tore holes in what had been a perfect spring day in Boston. Three spectators, including an 8-year-old boy, lost their lives, and 264 others were injured.
The FBI is investigating a former University of Maryland contract worker who said he took College Park administrators' personal information from the campus network and posted online about the stunt to draw attention to major security flaws.
Reg Avery has been keeping busy. The Oakland Mills Village Board vice chair and PTA Council of Howard County executive vice president announced last month that he was running for County Council in Columbia's District 2 as a Republican.
The Baltimore region's real estate market showed positive signs across almost all indicators last month, despite snowfall almost double the area average. And analysts said they expect the growth to accelerate as spring gets under way.
Before a crowd of students, education leaders and activists, Gregory Thornton proclaimed that he was "coming home" to Maryland, where he will take the helm of one of the state's lowest-performing, but high-profile, school district this year.
By By Erica L. Green and Liz Bowie and The Baltimore Sun
The Jodie Fosster-directed episode has a very "Dexter"-esque cold open. We see Freddy, preparing for his day. He does some exercise, before walking to work. When he arrives at his place, he finds the morning paper, with news of Claire's scandal splashed across the front page.
When a top Baltimore City school administrator was asked by a company to help train school administrators in New Jersey, she sought advice from the city ethics panel and was told she would violate the ethics code unless she donated her earnings to the school system.