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A 17-year-old boy was shot to death in Southwest Baltimore on Wednesday, police said. His name was not immediately released.

A Baltimore woman was found dead, with “major burns to her entire body,” according to the Baltimore Fire Department. The incident is under investigation.

A mother-daughter team opened a menswear boutique in April to honor a lost loved one and fill a retail void in downtown Bel Air.

@PeteButtigieg : Lawsuits like the one in Maryland remind all of us how an uneven playing field yields underfunded colleges, declining federal funding and HBCU endowments that lag behind those of predominantly white institutions.

The @Ravens ’ rising profile, as well as defensive tackle Michael Pierce’s ankle injury on Sunday, were enough to convince defensive tackle Domata Peko to join the team.

An independent review of the University of Maryland’s handling of a fatal adenovirus outbreak in 2018 found that different departments weren’t coordinating with each other, preventing a timely response.

For LSU, Ohio State and Clemson, it's pretty much a done deal.

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"I know this: Most of us want to believe that we are better than the ugly and unmitigated racism the president has shown through tweets like those of today," writes @davidzurawik 

"We're talking about what is effectively a debtors' prison, which is something out of Charles Dickens."

@RepCummings : "I'm feeling the same things that I felt when these white folks down in South Baltimore were throwing rocks and bottles at me. But now, I feel like it's the president of the United States doing it."

President Trump declined a request to lower flags in memory of the Capital Gazette shooting victims.

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"Are you here illegally?" Police detain Indian-American woman, a longtime Bel Air resident and U.S. citizen.

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A Maryland artist's new Harriet Tubman mural is already drawing an emotional response far and wide.

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Police are arresting protestors who locked down Garland Hall on May 1 as part of a protest against a private campus police force and university ICE contracts.

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