Christine H. Fox, the assistant director for policy and analysis at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, gave a talk entitled “More to Math: From Education to Real-World Application” at Howard Community College on Tuesday night.
Today, there are nearly 69 million people worldwide exiled because of war and violence as well as a result of natural disasters such as fires and hurricanes. Now add 150,000 more people to that 69 million: Californians fleeing wildfires. The U.S. is not immune to disasters.
President Trump's 'America first' philosophy may prevail now, but it's likely to fizzle fast as the country's demographics change. Millennials are set to become America's largest demographic by 2019, overtaking the baby boomers, and their outlook is decidedly global.
All things being equal, Amazon would make a great addition to Maryland’s economy. The problem is that targeted tax incentives, like the $8.5 billion package Md. is offering, grants and government-backed loans in the name of “economic development” don’t actually grow the economy.
There are sincere proponents of redistricting reform in the Maryland state legislature, but as is typically the case it is hard to light a fire under an idea that will give some political ground to the minority party — even if it's what the people want.
Shawn Gladden, executive director of the Howard County Historical Society, recently shared with us a broad range of facts about his life, from his love of hot sauce to the personal tragedy that shaped who he is today.
Many of the biggest events of 2018 will be bound together by a common theme, namely the collision of the virtual internet with the real "flesh and blood" world. This integration is likely to steer our daily lives, our economy and maybe even politics to an unprecedented degree.
With an overheated national political climate driven by a constant attention-dominating president, it stands to reason that GOP candidates in a very blue state next year will be looking at the same fate, or worse, than the Republicans suffered in Virginia. But that is unlikely to be the case in Md.
A group of 17 CEOs from enterprises stretching from Baltimore to Richmond are creating the Greater Washington Partnership to promote the region's strengths and work toward shared interests in infrastructure, jobs and economic development.
Ms. Clinton and Mr. Trump themselves may not say much directly about religion in this election, but their campaigns surely will be working hard to court key religious blocks, as all recognize the powerfully important role that faith plays in presidential elections.
In the late summer of 2005, the George Mason University men¿s basketball was scheduled to do conditioning drills when a member of the team didn¿t show up for a physical, according to Laurel High graduate John Vaughn.
Jai Lewis, a 2001 graduate of Aberdeen High School, was part of the George Mason University men¿s basketball team that made a miracle run to the Final Four 10 years ago, upsetting four big-time powers in Michigan State, North Carolina, Wichita State and Connecticut. Since then, he¿s played pro hoops abroad and returned to his Maryland roots, settling in Rosedale. We caught up with Lewis, who will be honored as the Mason Legend for the 2016 Atlantic 10 Conference in Brooklyn, N.Y., on March 12.
Since 1999, Kristi and Pat Dannelly have been waking up their children ¿ all six of them ¿ during the summer swim season with the soundtrack from Disney's Tarzan movie. On Saturday, July 25, the music will reverberate through their Columbia home one more time this summer as the last two Dannelly children- Owen, 15, and Mick, 12 - get their wakeup call for the Columbia Neighborhood Swim League's All City Championship Meet.