With its crayon box color palettes and cheeky art, Brendan Hudson and David Monteagudo's historic house is special and unique, but also loved and lived in.
Possibly the fastest growing demographic in the nation’s arms race, Black women are finding camaraderie in groups that teach firearms safety and change the narrative around Black gun violence.
In a French countryside kitchen, preparing food is the ultimate language of love.
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District follows similar decisions in other areas amid once-again rising COVID-19 cases.
Statue near Little Italy becomes latest monument in the U.S. to fall.
Ocean City opens its boardwalk and beach for Mother's Day weekend.
Governor Hogan announces a broad list of new actions, including the closure of all public schools.
Longest serving Senate president in state history has been battling cancer.
The son of former sharecroppers and House Oversight Committee chairman passed away early Thursday.
Maryland Governor joins small but increasing number of Republicans distancing themselves from the president.
Overdose deaths in the state have quadrupled since 2010.
More University of Maryland Medical System board members resign.
Baltimore mayor earned $100,000 in profits in burgeoning ethics scandal.
Governor says Republicans are afraid to stand up to the president.
Goucher Poll suggests public support in the state for liberal policies.
Republican governor invokes former President George H.W. Bush, former Sen. John McCain, and his father in address.
Baltimore County’s County Executive-Elect is just 36—which is young for a political comeback.
Hogan is easily reelected, but no Republican coattails in the state.
Democratic gubernatorial challenger continues push in upset bid.
Election Day is Nov. 6, but Thursday is the final day to register for this year’s election.
The Baltimore Hebrew Congregation held a special service on Sunday morning to mourn.
President Trump’s numbers are up by five points in Maryland.
Democratic challenger scores some points, but Gov. Larry Hogan holds a big leads in polls.
Improbably, Larry Hogan is the second-most-popular governor in the country. But is he good for Baltimore?
More than half of likely voters say they support the incumbent Republican governor.