A Frederick police officer whose federal lawsuit was dismissed alleging he was defamed for organizing a "Blue Lives Matter" rally has lost his appeal.
Thousands of workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital still haven’t reached a contract deal or scheduled another bargaining date — and they’re getting frustrated.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Activists and supporters frustrated that Illinois still hasn’t legalized same-sex marriages demanded swift action during a rally Tuesday at the state Capitol, as lawmakers returned to Springfield to deal with several other weighty issues. Five months after the legislation stalled in the Illinois House, hundreds turned out for the “March on Springfield,” [&he[...]
Thousands of Baltimore Ravens fans flocked to the Inner Harbor on Monday to cheer on the team as it headed to New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII. Ravens coach John Harbaugh and stars Ray Lewis and Ed Reed helped fire up the crowd.
Baltimore’s NAACP branch and other groups plan to call for justice for a black Florida teenager who police say was fatally shot by a neighborhood watch volunteer. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the Maryland Southern Christian Leadership Council and the Baltimore National Action Network plan a rally in downtown Baltimore at […]
City police were never far away Thursday morning as angry East Baltimore residents marched toward Johns Hopkins in protest of East Baltimore Development Inc., chanting "We want jobs!" and "If we don't work, nobody works!" EBDI has been redeveloping neighborhoods in the area, and out-of-work residents demand that they be given the jobs with the development.
NEW YORK — Apple’s stock broke above $500 for the first time Monday. It was the latest step in a rally that began more than two weeks ago, when the company reported staggering sales and profits for the holiday quarter. Apple Inc. has been trading the position as most valuable company in the world with […]
ANNAPOLIS — More than 150 people braved the cold Thursday afternoon to gather in front of the State House and urge lawmakers to raise their taxes. The coalition of business leaders, transportation advocates, union officials and construction workers called for the state to raise more money to spend on roads, bridges, trains and other transportation […]
ANNAPOLIS — Opponents of capital punishment will be rallying for repeal of Maryland’s death penalty. Kim Davis, the sister of Georgia death row inmate Troy Davis who was executed in September, is scheduled to attend the rally in Annapolis on Monday afternoon. Troy Davis, who was convicted in the 1989 shooting death of an off-duty […]
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NEW YORK — A late afternoon rally pushed the stock market higher for only the second day this month. Major indexes spent most of Monday lower as investors worried that Greece could be edging closer to default. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note reached another record low as investors piled into U.S. government debt […]
ANNAPOLIS — Rally organizers have postponed a protest over spending reductions for Maryland schools statewide because of the weather. The rally had been scheduled for Monday evening in front of the Maryland State House. Forecasts are calling for potentially severe thunderstorms throughout the day.