America's 12 largest supermarkets and retailers are failing to curb their hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) emissions, adding large amounts of greenhouse gas to the environment, a new report published Thursday finds.
Maryland's health care exchange is working on the glitches, but still has a long way to go.
Air marshal accused of taking photos under women's skirts, arrested in Nashville
Ravens LB Bynes has surgery on infected finger, won't play against Steelers on Sunday
The Maryland Transit Administration says MARC Brunswick Line trains have been suspended as police investigate a suspicious package on the platform in Silver Spring.
Security guard charged with killing man in sandwich shop after argument
D.C. and Maryland health exchange officials are trying to tamp down worries about privacy tied to Obamacare.
Friday morning, 50 police cadets and 24 fire recruits in Prince George's County met near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge for a joint training run.
4 candidates for governor discuss education at Maryland State Education Association convention
Volvo adding up to 140 jobs in $30M expansion of Hagerstown, Md., truck engine plant
Wake Forest looks to continue home dominance of Maryland while Terps chase bowl eligibility
Baltimore police: Man shot after dragging officer during traffic stop dies
Police safely reunited an abducted 3-year-old North Bethesda, Md. boy with his family.
A Montgomery County 11th-grader is facing drug and weapons charges after police were tipped off by hundreds of photos posted on Instagram.
You've gotten the school fliers, you've probably seen some of the news stories, but you may still be confused and wonder: what the heck is the Common Core?
O'Malley to speak at forum on progressive states and job creation
Md. scrap tire collection program gets a $2 million boost; counties must accept farm tires
Arbitration meeting scheduled between management, striking Port of Baltimore longshoremen
With weather projected to remain mild this weekend, and leaves transforming into fall colors, it's the perfect time to take advantage of outdoor events. And in the D.C. area, those events are all about craft beer and art.
Man pleads guilty in drunk-driving crash that killed homeless man