Within the next day or two we could hear from the special prosecutor's office about her decision on whether to charge George Zimmerman.
Onlookers laughed and did nothing to help as a man was beaten, stripped and robbed on the street in Baltimore.
The approach of Valentine's Day may have you entertaining thoughts of love, perhaps even marriage.
The Obama administration said Thursday it immediately will begin reviewing all new immigration cases to make sure they comply with administration priorities -- which focus on pursuing cases involving criminals who endanger public safety or national security, while dropping cases against immigrants with no criminal histories.
When most Americans think about heroic efforts that save lives and keep communities safe from gun violence, I suspect they picture someone with a badge, gun or bullet-proof vest who, with similarly equipped colleagues, busts down doors in pursuit of criminal thugs.
More than 100,000 people are expected to descend on downtown Baltimore this Labor Day weekend to see drivers from around the world -- like Danica Patrick, Marco Andretti and Will Power -- compete in the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix.
Race cars descend on Baltimore and officials hope an economic boost will follow. CNN's Athena Jones reports.
A sudden downpour in Baltimore shut down Amtrak train service Monday morning and brought reports of flash floods that isolated emergency vehicles and caused at least one neighborhood evacuation.
Six people were shot while on a porch outside a Baltimore home Thursday afternoon, police said. One of the victims died at the hospital.
If you live in a small to mid-size city, you've probably seen your airline choices shrink over the last few years.
The body of a 16-year-old honor student from North Carolina -- missing since December -- has been found in a Maryland river, her father and police said Thursday.
Actress Felicia "Snoop" Pearson, who once dealt drugs in Baltimore before a chance encounter got her a role on HBO's "The Wire," was arrested overnight during a series of raids in her hometown, police said Thursday.
Felicia "Snoop" Pearson was busted as police target a large-scale heroin and marijuana operation
In 1998, I was a community lawyer in inner-city Baltimore and taught an after-school law class for neighborhood kids. One evening, a boy of about 12 said something that would change my thinking forever.
Community activists in Baltimore mobilize to save a civil rights landmark. CNN's Fredricka Whitfield reports
Helena Hicks remembers it vividly. It was a cold January day back in 1955. The 20-year-old Morgan State College student was at a bus stop with her friends at Lexington and Howard streets on the west side of Baltimore. Hicks said she and her friends were cold, hungry, tired -- fed up.
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Two people -- an officer and a civilian -- were fatally shot Sunday morning after a fight at a Baltimore club, police said.
A 16-year-old North Carolina girl who disappeared while visiting family in Baltimore continues to be the object of an intense search by authorities, who now say they fear she was abducted or harmed.
A fire killed six people in Baltimore, Maryland Tuesday morning, authorities said.
A Baltimore man arrested last week on charges of plotting to bomb a military recruiting station said nothing Monday as a federal judge ordered him to remain in custody.
The former First Daughter and her husband reportedly will be closer to her twin sister
A Baltimore, Maryland, police officer was undergoing emergency surgery Saturday after he was shot as he "approached a man for questioning," the city police department said.
Rescue crews went door to door early Wednesday morning to check on people injured or trapped after severe storms blew through parts of Baltimore, Maryland, damaging cars, blowing roofs off buildings and plunging about 20,000 customers in darkness.
Johns Hopkins Hospital employees describe what they saw when a gunman opened fire at the hospital.
Conflicting reports about a shooting Thursday at Maryland's Johns Hopkins Hospital -- including incorrect information that the suspect had been disarmed and apprehended -- were prevalent in the hours immediately after the incident, highlighting the confusion that initially reigned at the scene.
A gunman critically injured a doctor at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, and later killed himself and his mother, police say -- the latest violent incident in a health care setting.
A man distraught about his mother's health shot and wounded a doctor at Baltimore's prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital on Thursday before killing his mother and taking his own life, police said.
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On Christmas Night in 1966, my father and I found refuge in the back of a bus bound for Baltimore. The Baltimore Bullets of the NBA had a deal back then, to lure fans from neighboring D.C.: Five bucks got you a bus ticket and a ballgame.
Alisa Rock, whose 10-year-old son Connor has autism, says parents of autistic children often align themselves with one of two camps: There are those who believe that genes cause the disorder, and those firmly convinced that environmental factors are to blame.
Water pressure is restored and it is now safe to drink in a Baltimore suburb where a huge water main burst, sending torrents of muddy water coursing over neighborhood streets and down highway ramps, officials said.
A massive water main break has flooded entire neighborhoods in Baltimore County, Maryland.
In March, a young woman talking to a friend on the phone said she heard someone coming in the back door of her Kentucky apartment. She hasn't been heard from since.
A New York couple and their two daughters found dead in a suburban Baltimore, Maryland, hotel room died in what police believe was a murder-suicide, authorities said Tuesday.
Lost amidst the buzz of the recent Jay Cutler-to-Chicago trade is the lack of an experienced starter at a critical position for the other top contending team in the NFC North. Yes, I am talking about the Minnesota Vikings but no, I am not focusing on the quarterback position like everyone else. The Vikings should be almost as concerned about their center as they are about the guy who will eventually take snaps from him.
Jenna Hager's security detail racks up too many parking tickets
For nearly 60 years, the Baltimore Opera Company was a staple of the arts scene in its region. It staged world-class performances, often drew large crowds, and survived repeated downturns in the economy.
Question: Like many people, I've seen the value of my 401(k) drop considerably over the last year. I am invested for the long haul and am willing to ride out my current losses hoping for recovery. But I'm wondering whether I should re-direct my current and future contributions into my 401(k)'s money-market option until the economy settles. Do you think that's a smart move, or should I just continue investing my new contributions into my current fund allocations? --Mike, Baltimore, Maryland
They survive cold season without a sniffle. They fly in germ-packed airplanes unscathed. And they somehow avoid stomach bugs that decimate the office. Wish you could be one of these women who never get sick? Try one or -- even better -- all of these seven secrets, and you may join this club come flu season.
A 7-year-old first-grader showed up at school Monday with two loaded handguns, Baltimore County, Maryland, police told CNN Tuesday.
To celebrate our 20th year of publication, Cooking Light wanted to know what places best fit our philosophy to eat smart, be fit, and live well. Using statistics from such organizations as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Zagat Survey, we ranked major metropolitan areas on 15 criteria. The result, we think, is a ranking of U.S. cities that best provide the resources people need to live healthful lives.
Baltimore ended the year with the city's highest murder rate in eight years, despite a new police commissioner's modest success in slowing the spike in homicides
Marin Alsop says the toughest harmony she faces this season doesn't lie in demanding symphonic scores or the orchestras who play them.
This story was originally published in the Jan. 4, 1965 issue of Sports Illustrated.
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The Orioles again seem to be resigning themselves to the fact that they have no chance of competing with the Yankees, Red Sox and Blue Jays in the AL East. New acquisitions Aubrey Huff, Steve Trachsel and Jaret Wright have the biggest fantasy implications. New relievers Jamie Walker and Chad Bradford will help a beleaguered bullpen, but neither will have much fantasy value this year.
BALTIMORE -- In one of the biggest games of his pressurized nine-year NFL career, Peyton Manning played with the cool detachment of the greatest Colt of them all, Johnny Unitas, on Saturday. It wasn't anywhere near the best game of his life, but under the circumstances -- a playoff game in the city that now lives to hate the Colts, against a Baltimore defense that was both the most feared and top-rated in the NFL this season -- it was one of the most rewarding.
• Numbers to know: In their past four road games, the Colts are 0-4 (which represents all four of their losses this season) and have allowed 902 rushing yards, for an average of 225.5 per game. For comparison sake, Baltimore gave up just 1,214 yards of rushing all season to rank second in the league, averaging just 75.9 yards per game.
Issue date: September 11, 1995
You know what this job teaches me, consistently? Sometimes you're better off not talking to the people involved. All they do is confuse you.
I am planning on marrying for a second time. I want my children, not my new husband to inherit the money in my 401(k). How can I make sure this happens? - Linda, Baltimore
Baltimore has always been a multifaceted city. The "Star-Spangled Banner" was written here, and it was once known as the nation's spice capital -- the famed spice merchant McCormick opened its factory here in 1889. Today, Baltimore is a bright spot on the cultural map, with abundant historical attractions, a vibrant museum scene, great neighborhoods and sensational seafood-inspired restaurants.
A tanker filled with a hazardous chemical blew up on an interstate north of Baltimore, Maryland, shutting down all lanes of I-83 for about three hours, according to Baltimore County police.
I'm 25 years old and have about $10,000 in my 401(k). My plan offers a number of index and actively managed funds and I contribute 6 percent of salary a year, which, combined with my employer's full match, adds another $8,500 annually. I'd like to employ an aggressive investing strategy that will make my savings grow over the next 35 years. What do you recommend?
CNN.com, in conjunction with "American Morning," asked survivors of Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma to share their stories of thanks for the kind things people have done for them. Here are a few of their many responses, some of which have been edited:
Federal agents were questioning "a couple" of people Tuesday in connection with a terror threat that prompted Baltimore authorities to temporarily close one of two downtown tunnels under Baltimore Harbor and restrict traffic through the other, U.S. officials said.
Come to lovely Baltimore, Maryland. Reflect on the patriotic history of Fort McHenry, birthplace of the "Star-Spangled Banner" ... and while you're here, battle a limitless army of hideous monsters amid the squalor of our slums.
At least 14 people were hurt Monday when a Greyhound bus crashed on Interstate 95 in Baltimore, authorities said.
I'm 28, single and make $66,000. I'm thinking of buying a house to save on taxes. What else can I do to pay as little tax as possible?
(CNN) -- Crews in Baltimore Saturday used a barge and crane and sent divers to try to raise the roof of a water taxi that capsized a week ago with 25 people on board, a city Fire Department spokesman said.
Here in Davos, Switzerland, at the World Economic Forum, technology has utterly lost the limelight. That's no surprise, considering that dot-com fever is a distant memory and that the leaders gathe...
I'm a 34-year-old single mother with three young children. I have about $225,000 in term life insurance. Should I convert to whole life insurance?
In a way, rock & roll is a seasonal animal, The high point of its cycle being the summer, when scores of bands and millions of fans make appointments with one another at venues across the land. So ...
Navigating expressway traffic at rush hour takes all the concentration most of us can muster. So it drives me crazy when people swerve into my lane as they try to hold a cell phone and steering whe...
A Baltimore auto dealership is paying $1,000 hiring bonuses for experienced repairmen. A Chicago software company is raising starting salaries for engineers by 10% a year. BankAmerica is granting s...
For 25 years, my wife and I have kept the peace on long car trips with a solemn pact: She doesn't criticize my driving, and I don't criticize her navigating. But preserving domestic tranquillity ha...
Hotels in Hong Kong, rental rates in Raleigh-Durham, martinis in Milwaukee? We got 'em. Commute time in Cincinnati, BAs in Boston, lodging in London? Look no further. In the chart below, you'll fin...
"In Boston," Mark Twain wrote in 1899, "they ask, 'How much does he know?' In New York, 'How much is he worth?' In Philadelphia, 'Who were his parents?'" In Seattle, 100 years later, they ask, "Did...
The National Football League cultivates its image of toughness--of pain, power, speed, and aggressiveness. But the toughest games this year aren't being played in Dallas's Texas Stadium or at Green...
Welcome to Baltimore, the most normal city in the U.S., at least according to a study published in the July issue of American Demographics magazine. Researchers found that Baltimore's population mo...
THE TWO DOZEN 11- TO 16-YEAR-OLDS from Baltimore's Robert Poole Middle School whom you will meet on the next two pages tell stories about violence in their homes, neighborhoods and school that will...
In August's Your Letters, Dr. Roy Chapman objects to criticism of the money doctors make. He suggests that the next time Money publishes a list of physicians' salaries, you compare their income wit...
The next time you stumble into the kitchen bright and early to make coffee, wake up and smell the profits that may be within arm's reach. There are some great stock bargains among the companies tha...
Forget the Super Bowl. The National Football League's real big-money game took place recently when representatives from ten cities opened their play books to the league's expansion committee in hop...
In the mid-1980s, homeowners trembled over the health risks posed by radon, the odorless cancer-causing gas that the Environmental Protection Agency estimates is found in unhealthful concentrations...
Holding back from buying that first house because the down payment would leave you too broke to renovate it? Next month, lenders in 11 major cities will begin combining first mortgages with home re...
BALTIMORE -- A contractor says his weight -- 640 pounds -- should qualify him as a minority when it comes to bidding on city contracts.
Buy a bank stock now? Not on your life, most investors would say. While banks haven't bled to death like many savings and loans, they have had their own nasty surprises in real estate. As the suppl...
Prefer to let someone else choose your stocks? Morningstar, a Chicago firm that rates mutual funds, considers the five below most likely to prosper in bad times and good. They don't all succeed the...
The water's edges at Baltimore's Harborplace and Boston's Faneuil Hall are highly successful marketplaces, a colorful mix of stores, bars, and restaurants that bring in waves of tourists and retail...
LONG ACCUSTOMED to spiffy returns and steady growth, real estate investors have been taking some lumps lately. Across the nation the percentage of office space that remains unoccupied averages more...
LONG REGARDED as schlock affairs, real estate auctions are suddenly stylish. This is unexpected news, for in the past auctions were such a sign of failure that sellers avoided them except in extrem...
PharmaKinetics Laboratories hoped to strike it rich in the $600-million-a- year business of testing the effectiveness of new drugs; it expanded from four clinics to 39 last year and investors bid t...
Lately the French have seemed determined to be as well known for their electronic technology as for their cuisine. A committee representing French banks has decided to provide 12 million of the cou...