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Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby wants to loosen rules to use hearsay evidence at trial.

Kweisi Mfume, running for Congress in part on his reputation as the competent former head of the NAACP, had a more tumultuous tenure at the civil rights organization than previously known.

A storm forecast to dump snow and ice across the Midwest and Northeast could bring ice or snow to Maryland at the end of the week.

A recently listed Fells Point rowhouse might appear ordinary on the surface. But a quirky feature inside distinguishes this unit from its neighbors. A deep pool, possibly meant for diving, is dug into the ground floor.

In Baltimore, the police department’s $48 million overtime budget is a frequent cause of hand-wringing, news stories and contentious City Council hearings. But the Maryland prison system’s use of overtime ― the result of a severe staffing shortage ― easily eclipses Baltimore's. In 2013, the prison system paid out $41 million in overtime and counted about 5% of positions as vacant. Last year, overtime had risen to $129 million, with 20% of officers’ jobs vacant.

On Oct. 1, 2021, Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, will turn 50 years old. In anticipation of the golden anniversary, big changes are happening all across the resort. Disney World is basically one big construction zone as staff prepares to open new rides, attractions, restaurants and hotels in anticipation of the big birthday. Not knowing about all of the new experiences on offer is one of the biggest rookie mistakes you can make at Disney World. These are some of the biggest, boldest and most exciting new things Disney fans will be able to experience in the next two years.

The right piece of jewelry can pull together and accentuate an outfit, so it's always a good idea to have a few go-to pieces to complement your favorite looks. You don't have to break the bank to build up your jewelry collection. In fact, we've found that it's possible to get timeless statement pieces that you'll wear for years without spending more than $75..

It was how the Ravens lost to Tennessee that rankled fans and surprised analysts.

The candidates for Baltimore City Council president have each amassed more than $50,000 in campaign funds ahead of the first competitive race for the position in nearly a decade, but the contest for city comptroller has proven to be a higher dollar race.

The Maryland Transit Administration’s transportation service for people with disabilities left some riders stranded Monday amid the detection of a "digital threat’ to its dispatching system.

Most Americans have firm opinions about the impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump, but there remains a sliver – maybe 10% – for whom the Senate trial could prove conclusive, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer says.

More than 422,000 voters met the deadline for registering for the Feb. 4 primary election for the late U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings’ longtime seat, according to new figures that reflect the dominance of Baltimore Democrats in the district.

Long-delayed grants from Baltimore’s Youth Fund could begin rolling out to community organizations early next month, according to Associated Black Charities, a nonprofit organization paid to administer the public fund.

Ramona S. Diaz's new documentary “A Thousand Cuts” tells the dueling stories of Philippines strongman president, Rodrigo Duterte, and Maria Ressa, a journalist determined to hold his feet to the fire.

If history is a guide, Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta can look to the team’s own front-office history for insights about free agency.

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This 2020 voter guide includes responses to surveys conducted by the Baltimore Sun Editorial Board. We asked candidates to tell us about themselves, list their qualifications for office and respond to policy questions. Their answers are in their own words and are unedited.

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