| Apr 24, 2015
| 2:23 PM
As the state struggled under the national spotlight to fix its deeply flawed online health insurance marketplace last year, officials awarded more than $84 million in contracts without competition, about a third of the money spent on the troubled website....
| Apr 28, 2015
| 5:20 AM
WASHINGTON If Republican lawmakers really want to read Hillary Clinton's missing emails, they have a long way to go to get their hands on them.
Congressional power only goes so far. The Republican-controlled House of Representatives could vote to sue the...
| Apr 27, 2015
| 11:15 AM
Joel D. Fedder, a partner in the Baltimore law firm of Fedder and Garten and later a real estate developer, philanthropist and environmentalist, died of cancer April 18 at his home in Longboat Key, Fla. He was 83.
The son of Morris Fedder, a lawyer,...
| Apr 16, 2015
| 5:39 AM
Good morning, Baltimore! Here's what you need to know for your Thursday.
It’ll be mostly sunny today with temperatures reaching a high of 67, and then dropping to a low of 48 overnight. Rain will move into the area after midnight and...
| Apr 15, 2015
| 5:32 PM
The story was all too familiar, especially to those who have attended any of the multiple meetings called by state and local officials trying to solve a heroin crisis that has been killing hundreds of people a year in Maryland.
The man testifying before...
| Apr 24, 2015
Richard L. Friedman, former business manager of the old News American newspaper, died Saturday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of complications of a broken hip. He was 90.
The son of Meyer Friedman, a Baltimore Transit Co. investigator, and Grace...
| Apr 23, 2015
| 11:33 AM
As the 2016 presidential campaign season takes off, we are reminded that politics in the United States is trapped in a cycle of dysfunctional partisanship. And it's our fault. But — before we are caught up in the swirl of television ads, debates and...
| Apr 14, 2015
| 6:33 PM
Growing up biracial in Baltimore, Derick Ebert said he's still trying to define his identity.
He uses his poetry to find his place.
In a city that grapples with racial divides — the police commissioner has decried 1950s-era racism and Mayor...
| Apr 18, 2015
The author Michael Chabon grew up in the middle of that act of the imagination known as Columbia, Maryland.
For a lot of reasons, he says, the years he spent beginning in 1969 living on the former site of tobacco fields midway between Baltimore and...
| Apr 19, 2015
| 4:06 PM
Fannie Angelos, who became an attorney at a time when female lawyers were rare and who was committed to expanding the ranks of women and minorities in the field, died April 9 at Johns Hopkins Hospital of complications from myelodysplastic syndrome. She...
| Apr 18, 2015
| 6:01 PM
Coming to Maryland from Minnesota, by way of Virginia, proved to be a path to success for Annie Yeager at the Grand National Steeplechase Races on Saturday afternoon.
The 22-year old jockey showed a large crowd on a warm and sunny day in Butler that she...