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  • Johns Hopkins begins using high-tech equipment on pets

    Johns Hopkins begins using high-tech equipment on pets
    Unconscious and with furry yellow paws in the air, Otter was guided into the MRI machine. The 4-year-old Lab had been having increasingly severe episodes of back pain over months and a neurosurgeon wanted to confirm his suspicions about the cause....
  • Customers wait in the cold for Shake Shack opening

    Customers wait in the cold for Shake Shack opening
    Shake Shack opened its first Baltimore location on Monday morning and about 25 people lined up in freezing temperatures to be the first ones inside.  Just before the doors opened at 11 a.m., Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Shake Shack CEO Randy...
  • What's next for O'Malley?

    What's next for O'Malley?
    As Gov. Martin O'Malley turns over the reins of power Wednesday to a leader who won by criticizing his tenure, the big question for the outgoing governor is whether his political career will continue. In the short term, O'Malley will deliver paid...
  • No surprise: A key to infant learning is surprise

    No surprise: A key to infant learning is surprise
    Baby play just got a little less random. It turns out that infants are natural scientists, spurred by surprises to test primitive hypotheses, according to a study published online Thursday in the journal Science. Eleven-month-old infants who...
  • Millenials: Not the pride of Baltimore

    Millenials: Not the pride of Baltimore
    I loved The Sun's April Fool's Day essays and letters, from the liquor board inspectors who are afraid to go to bars at night ("What the jobs takes") to the letter writer from Pasadena who does not wake up in the city each day but knows what is needed...
  • Greenwich Author Says 'Star-Spangled Banner' Deserves A National Anthem Day

    Greenwich Author Says 'Star-Spangled Banner' Deserves A National Anthem Day
    Eighty-four years ago, on March 3, 1931, President Herbert Hoover made "The Star-Spangled Banner" the national anthem of the United States. Hoover's signature on the congressional decree made official what had been unofficial for years, and other...
  • Today's front page, weather & traffic

    Today's front page, weather & traffic
    Good morning, Baltimore! Here's what you need to know for your Wednesday. WEATHER Temperatures will top out at 50 today, and will fall back to 41 overnight. It’ll be rainy and drizzly throughout the day and evening, which means you’re most...
  • The Mail 4/8/15

    The Mail 4/8/15
    On the bench, again I don’t have a letter for your consideration, but I had to reach out and say that pairing those pics with the census numbers and leaving the visual information and stats to tell the (sad) stories of so many neighborhoods in...
  • 17-Year-Old Student Accepted At All 8 Ivy League Schools Leaning Toward Yale

    17-Year-Old Student Accepted At All 8 Ivy League Schools Leaning Toward Yale
    ELMONT, N.Y. (AP) - Elmont High School senior Harold Ekeh had a plan - he would apply to 13 colleges, including all eight Ivy League schools, figuring it would help his chances of getting into at least one great school. It worked. And then some. The...
  • Equal coverage for mental and medical health remains an issue, studies show

    Equal coverage for mental and medical health remains an issue, studies show
    After overdosing 19 times, William Head Williams was finally ready to enter a detoxification program for his heroin addiction. But he was turned away from a New York hospital after his insurer deemed his admission not medically necessary, said his...
  • Leave oyster laws alone

    Leave oyster laws alone
    Maryland is spending millions to try to restore the oysters of the Chesapeake Bay, a bivalve of untold gustatory, economic, cultural and ecological significance. The state has carved out large underwater sanctuaries and seeded them with shells and...