A Ford Explorer attempting a U-turn careened across traffic and struck a 77-year-old woman at a bus stop.
The shows have become travelling malls, with jewelry, paintings and camouflage onesies for sale.
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Advance Polybag workers worried as Maryland legislators weighed the country’s first statewide bag tax.
Webster wins chess title, dominating UT-Dallas, UMBC and Illinois at Final Four in Rockville.
College chess is increasingly popular, and it could turn into the arms race that plagues other college sports.
Adam Lanza also had news accounts of other mass killings, gruesome photographs and swords in house.
Md. legislator proposes law preventing schoolchildren from suspension for making gun gestures.
A longtime ban on alcohol sales ended last weekend, and New York J&P Pizza served up beer and wine.
Though printing guns is still in its infancy, the new technology could undermine gun-control laws.
After a proposal to add a new state bird, a refresher course on Md’s other symbols.
He’ll race for all of us fat Americans.
The city lifts a ban on predicting the future, which is still largely unknown.
A man in Southern Maryland has a question for the St. Mary’s sheriff: “Will you uphold the Second Amendment in accordance with your oath of office?”
Meade and the late Carla Cohen ran the famed Northwest D.C. bookstore for almost 30 years.
Hundreds of thousands of people gathered for Obama’s inauguration, each with their own story.
Did technology make him isolated?
Hunter Paulin, a fourth-grader at Indian Head Elementary, won the NFL Play 60 contest.
Police had found Russell Neff without his pants on while licking a remote control. He has entered a drug treatment program.
Spy made famous in “Argo” was on stage at Golden Globes on a victorious night for the movie.