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Washington Redskins Under Pressure to Change Name
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Recovery slow for many black-owned businesses
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Record spikes in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations sweep parts of U.S.
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Confusion, long lines as U.S. states vote during pandemic
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U.S. coronavirus deaths top 100,000 -Reuters tally
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Disparate death rates may fuel U.S. divide over COVID-19
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Maryland restaurant promotes social distancing with inflatable tubes
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Parts of NY, VA and MD reopen in patchwork start
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Arrest warrants issued for NFL players Baker, Dunbar for alleged armed robbery
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Couple In Their Eighties Shot Down In Maryland Veterans Cemetery
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Nordstrom Permanently Closing 16 Stores
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'They don't make turtle-sized wheelchairs': Two years later, Maryland's 'Lego Turtle' has recovered from shell fracturesAn Eastern box turtle who spent two years recovering from shell fractures that required use a custom Lego wheelchair is nearing a full recovery.
He Says a Union Fired Him Over His Push for Police ReformA clash at a Maryland local shows the tensions in a labor movement whose ranks include law enforcement officers along with many nonwhite, nonpolice members.
Teens Are on Front Lines of Black Lives Matters ProtestsHigh school students have organized protests in California, Maryland and Michigan. In one Texas suburb, three teenagers led hundreds of people in a march, and they say they aren’t done organizing.
Why some black-owned U.S. businesses are hardest hit by coronavirus shutdownsAfter 15 years working as a hair stylist in other people's salons, Gary Connell opened his "Healthy Hair" studio in Montgomery County, Maryland in early March, sinking his savings into a two-chair shop..
White Americans turn out for Floyd protests, but will they work for change?Leslie Batson, a white office administrator from Maryland, joined the thousands of marchers protesting the killing of George Floyd in Washington, D.C., last weekend after her children asked why the..
Maryland cyclist arrested after assaulting 'BLM' supporters posting fliers says he's 'sick'Video appeared to show Anthony Brennan accosting young people posting Black Lives Matters fliers along a popular D.C.-area bike trail.
Cyclist Charged With Assaulting Teenagers Who Posted Fliers Against Police BrutalityThe police said that Anthony Brennan III, 60, of Kensington, Md., was arrested after investigators received hundreds of tips from people who had seen a video of the encounter.
George Floyd's death sparks new generation of activists in U.S.Kristina Knox, a 25-year-old child development teacher from Maryland, cried for days after watching video footage of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man in Minneapolis who died after a police officer..
Maryland police searching for cyclist caught on video accosting people posting signs calling for justice for George FloydMaryland police are looking for a man who allegedly accosted a group of three people putting up flyers seeking justice for George Floyd this week.
Police chief joins peaceful protestA Maryland police chief joined a protest over police brutality and the recent death of George Floyd by carrying her own sign that read, "Silence is complicity."
Factbox: Seven U.S. states hold primaries for seats in CongressSeven U.S. states hold congressional primaries on Tuesday, some of which were delayed by the coronavirus. Voting for members of Congress will take place in Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Montana, New Mexico,..
NIH head: Coronavirus 'good candidate' for vaccineDr. Francis Collins, the director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, says that the coronavirus is a "good candidate" for medical researchers to accomplish finding a..
UConn student Peter Manfredonia, wanted for 2 killings, caught in Maryland after six-day manhuntPeter Manfredonia, a fugitive college student wanted for two murders in Connecticut, was caught in Maryland on Wednesday night.
UConn Student Wanted in 2 Homicides is Caught in MarylandMr. Manfredonia, 23, had been a fugitive since Friday, when the college senior fled Connecticut after a series of violent crimes, the authorities said.
Maryland hospital adds modular ICU units for virusA Maryland hospital just opened an on-site modular home with more ICU beds to handle the potential spike in coronavirus cases as stay at home orders are phased out and the threat of a second wave..
Homeless rerouted, 'safe' Margaritaville, summer camps cancel: News from around our 50 statesCrowded Maryland beaches alarm Delaware governor, North Carolina town installs hand sanitizer stations, and more
Postponed horse race reenacted in senior communityResidents of a senior living community in Maryland watched staff in inflatable costumes race through an obstacle course. The event was organized for residents after the annual Preakness Stakes horse..
Maryland restaurant uses 'bumper tables' amid virusDiners in a Maryland beach town are gathering at eateries again with a little help from inflatable inner tubes on wheels. The bumper tables allow people to keep six feet from each other at Fish Tales..
Court rules U.S. environment agency must protect states from upwind air pollutionA federal appeals court on Tuesday ruled that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency violated the law when it denied a request from Maryland and Delaware to tighten air pollution controls at power..
U.S. guitar maker PRS resumes hand-building instruments - at a safe distanceMaryland's decision to reopen non-essential businesses came just in time for high-end guitar maker PRS Guitars, which kept 374 workers on its payroll during an eight-week shutdown that has gouged a..
Former Alabama QB Taulia Tagovailoa, brother of Tua Tagovailoa, transferring to MarylandTaulia Tagovailoa, the younger brother of recent top-five NFL draft pick Tua Tagovailoa, is transferring from Alabama to Maryland.
In patchwork restart, parts of New York and other U.S. states reopenLess populated areas of New York, Virginia and Maryland took their first steps towards lifting lockdowns on Friday, part of a patchwork approach to the coronavirus pandemic that has been shaped by..
Ivanka Trump touts new $3B federal food programIvanka Trump and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue toured a food service business in Maryland, where they touted a new $3 billion federal food purchase and distribution program. (May 15)
Parts of New York, other eastern U.S. states reopen in patchwork restartLess populated areas of New York, Virginia and Maryland took their first steps towards lifting lockdowns on Friday, part of a patchwork approach to the coronavirus pandemic underscoring political..
U.S. states reopen in a patchwork underscoring political differencesLess populated areas of New York, Virginia and Maryland took their first steps towards lifting lockdowns on Friday, part of a patchwork approach to the coronavirus underscoring political divisions..
In time for Memorial Day: Ocean City, Maryland, lifts hotel, vacation rental coronavirus restrictionsOcean City, Maryland, Mayor Rick Meehan announced that the town will repeal its lodging restrictions. The move follows the reopening of the beach.
Appeals Court Allows Emoluments Suit Against Trump to ProceedThe court rejected the president’s request to dismiss a case brought by the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia regarding his Washington hotel.
Hogan gives go ahead for some outdoor activitiesMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan says "some additional lower risk outdoor activities" will resume in time for Mother's day weekend amid the coronoavirus pandemic. (May 6)
From hospital, Ginsburg argues 'Obamacare' caseThe Supreme Court heard a case involving Trump administration rules that allow more employers to opt-out of providing no-cost birth control. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg joined in from the MD hospital..
Nurse cheered on by entire neighborhoodA neighborhood in Bethesda, Maryland applauded and cheered for their neighbor, Moira, who is a nurse at a local hospital.
In time for Mother's Day? Ocean City, Maryland, announces plan to reopen beach, boardwalkOcean City, Maryland, announced plans to reopen its beach and boardwalk Mother's Day weekend that were closed to prevent spread of the coronavirus.
Trump leaves White House grounds for first time since March 28U.S. President Donald Trump, cooped up in the White House for weeks due to the coronavirus lockdown, flew to Camp David, Maryland, on Friday for a weekend away at the presidential retreat.
Turtle Derby, cleaner subways, Zoom meeting hacked: News from around our 50 statesFruits, veggies shipped to northern Arizona tribes, Maryland street vendors deliver frozen chickens to residents, and more
Ex-NAACP leader Mfume wins Maryland US House SeatDemocrat Kweisi Mfume easily won a special election Tuesday to finish the term of the late Elijah Cummings, retaking a Maryland congressional seat he held for five terms before leaving to lead the..
Democrat Mfume retakes Maryland congressional seat in special electionDemocrat Kweisi Mfume won a special U.S. congressional election in Maryland on Tuesday to finish the term of Democratic Representative Elijah Cummings, who died in October, while Ohio held mostly..
Turkey donates virus medical supplies to USA planeload of donated Turkish medical supplies arrived at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland for distribution to U.S. health care workers. The supplies include N95 masks, face shields, hazmat suits, and..
Nearly 2 Million Chickens Killed as Poultry Workers Are SidelinedAn industry group said nearly 2 million chickens were “depopulated” at farms in Delaware and Maryland because of staffing challenges related to the coronavirus.
Native Americans call for inclusion in virus dataMaryland Native Americans say the decision to list COVID-19 cases in tribal communities as 'other' in state data shows their loved ones may as well be invisible when it comes to tracking virus impact..
'He didn't understand.' Trump slams Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, outspoken critic on testingTrump has sought for days to deflect criticism from states over coronavirus testing. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, has been a vocal critic.
Frustrated by Lack of Coronavirus Tests, Maryland Got 500,000 From South KoreaFacing shortages, Gov. Larry Hogan and his wife, Yumi Hogan, negotiated with suppliers in South Korea to obtain the kits. “It should not have been this difficult,” he said.
Maryland gets 500K virus testing kits from S. KoreaMaryland has purchased $9 million worth of South Korean coronavirus test kits, enabling it to perform 500,000 tests, Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday. (April 20)
Live Coronavirus News and UpdatesCongress is nearing a $450 billion deal to aid taxpayers and small businesses. Maryland’s governor struck a deal with South Korea for test kits. As the virus overwhelms the health care system, people..
Coronavirus Live Updates: Testing Is a Sticking Point as Congress Nears Aid DealCongress is nearing a $450 billion deal to aid taxpayers and small businesses. Maryland’s governor struck a deal with South Korea for test kits. As the virus overwhelms the health care system, people..
Conservatives Fuel Protests Against Coronavirus LockdownsIn addition to the “You Can’t Close America” rally in Austin, Texas, on Saturday, modest demonstrations took place in the capitals of Nevada, Indiana and Maryland.
Where are you required to wear a face mask? More and more states, cities and towns making it a ruleA growing number of states, towns and cities are mandating that people wear face masks in public spaces. New York and Maryland just joined that list.