The latest news on Maryland
A modest enrollment gain this fall could signal a big shift for the school district.
Baltimore is the first to get next-generation wireless broadband, and at attractive prices, too.
Why was a Maryland 18-year-old stockpiling weapons and tracking Bush's motorcade route?
Big-box retailers don't always mean the end for mom-and-pop firms.
The state's filing rate falls by more than 60 percent in May.
In Baltimore, those who were shot or slain missed an average of 46 days per year.
One suburb, against opposition, enacts a modest step toward cutting power consumption, but bolder measures are needed.
Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia are holding primaries today, but Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton appear to be increasingly focused on March 4, when Ohio and Texas, among other states, will vote. Obama is expected to win in all three of today's contests.
Clinton and Obama wrap up campaigning for tomorrow's Potomac primary.
Compiled by the U.S.News & World Report library staff.