Authorities have yet to determine if the virus, discovered in a storage room in Maryland, is alive and infectious.
Officials at the high school were able to put together something special for Megan Snugg and her family.
The bill will prohibit discrimination on the basis of gender identity and gender expression in employment, housing, credit, and public accommodations. Gov. Martin O’Malley, a supporter of the bill, says he “look[s] forward” to signing it into law.
Turns out malls aren’t such a bad place to be when they’re completely empty.
A storm The Weather Channel dubbed Janus dumped up to a foot of snow on Tuesday and is forecast to plunge many areas into a deep freeze.
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The Ravens will receive $130,000 from the government to push Maryland’s health care exchange.
A mother says that after her teenage daughter was found unconscious on their porch, the town of Maryville, Missouri, drove them out.
Hey, we’ve all been there. Here’s what happens when you decide to out for a night on the town.
Hoosier by birth, Boilermaker by the Grace of God.
Maryland can sometimes get lost in the commotion of Washington D.C. but don’t you forget about us!
This is the most bittersweet video you’ll watch today.
Witness America in all its greased-up glory.
When they say to not take your phone out during the test, they’re serious.
A new buzzword. After passing bills for gun control, a gas tax, and a death penalty repeal, O’Malley says he’s about results, not liberalism.
Rep. Elijah Cummings says Smith did “outstanding work.”
Maryland and Miami played a truly terrible basketball game last night. It was not fun to watch. And then Miami’s Trey McKinney Jones went and did this.
Same-sex couples were able to legally wed in the state just after the ball dropped.
Happy happy joy joy! Surveillance camera footage of a man who may have won the Powerball Jackpot.
Marriage equality–related campaigns won in four states this month. The victories, in part, came after a yearlong, behind-the-scenes national research effort.
After decades of fits and starts, Tuesday’s election results were unambiguous: The LGBT rights movement is winning.
UPDATED: Maine and Maryland approved marriage equality measures, and a third is leading in Washington. The amendment to ban same-sex couples from marrying lost in Minnesota as well.
Today, Marylanders are voting on whether or not to allow the state’s marriage equality bill to go into effect. Marylanders For Equality asked people to write down why they were voting for the law. Here are 30 of their answers.
Supporters of marriage equality face a hurdle on Tuesday: They need a long-awaited win at the ballot box.
From Washington, DC, to Washington state, a night of votes with consequences for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.
While their parents struggle to keep them warm and fed, these kids make it through an experience they will never forget.
Marriage is on the ballot in four states Tuesday, but that’s just the beginning. “This is never over,” says Brian Brown.
The video from The Four 2012 backs marriage initiatives on the ballot in four states this year. “No one speaks more to young people than Lady Gaga,” says Ellner.
Supporters of marriage equality have the president’s backing on votes in Washington, Maryland, Maine and Minnesota. Obama supports marriage equality measures in the first three and opposes a ban on same-sex couples’ marriages in the fourth.