Dissent and protest, my fellow Americans, is in the very DNA of this country. Colin Kaepernick is therefore the ultimate patriot, caring enough about his very flawed nation to call it out for its failings and shaming the rest of us into engaging with the issues he raises.
Simple tests already used regularly to assess kidney function and damage could also help doctors predict who will suffer heart disease, researchers from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have found.
Onstage at a major computer security summit at Stanford University, President Barack Obama signed an executive order Friday to make it easier for private companies to dip into the government's deep reservoirs of data on cyberattacks.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake — who has gained a national reputation for welcoming Hispanic families to the city — joined a growing chorus of Maryland officials Tuesday raising concerns about a proposal to turn a vacant office building into a shelter for immigrant children.
By By John Fritze and Luke Broadwater and The Baltimore Sun
A new effort is underway to increase the number of Hispanic and Latino employees within the federal workforce, where they remain among the most underrepresented minority groups despite being one of the nation's fastest growing demographics.
Nearly 20 years afterward, the Kennedy Krieger Institute continues to defend itself against lawsuits alleging that a study it sponsored seeking less costly methods of remediating lead paint in homes poisoned some of the children whose families were recruited to participate in the research.
The four Republican candidates focused their fire on the O'Malley administration and avoided criticizing each other as they met Saturday night in the first televised debate of this year's GOP primary contest.
With $50 million a year in county revenues on the line, the U.S. Supreme Court said Tuesday that it will hear a challenge to a Maryland court ruling that some taxes on out-of-state income are collected in violation of the Constitution.
Over the past quarter-century, veterans appropriations bills have been passed on schedule only three times. For the other 22 years, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has had to wait days, weeks and often months before knowing what its funding would be.
By By Lamarr Couser and Herbert S. Mason and Gary B. Vogt
As Maryland looks to re-energize its economy amid federal budget cuts and slow growth in the wake of the recession, the candidates vying to be the next governor each developed distinct plans for how to improve Maryland's business climate and promote job creation.
University of Maryland, College Park President Wallace Loh has made it his top priority to remake the college into a hub of innovation and entrepreneurship, pushing the strategy not just in the business school but in almost every corner.
In recent weeks, the web has been buzzing with excitement over Palcohol, the powdered alcohol that can turn water into vodka, rum or any one of four specialty cocktails. While it remains unclear when – or if -- the product will hit stores, due in part to some backtracking by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), states including Vermont and Minnesota are already moving to ban it.