There are numerous factors that have to be considered when compiling such a list -- everything from differences in police reporting standards, urban borders and demographics make for a very loaded and fluid lineup.
Baltimore love is snow-balls covered with melted marshmallow. It's the Domino's sign. It's knowing where not to go.
There is no better way for Maryland to celebrate King Day this month than to repeal the death penalty now.
The credit bureaus are in the best position to prevent child identity theft by simply tweaking their systems to allow a credit freeze before the child is a victim of identity theft. We parents aren't asking a lot. We just want to do our jobs and protect our children from what harm can come to our kids.
The exhibit's juxtaposition of generations conveys how differently seven artists have translated their respective experiences, as individuals and as Iranians, into their creative works.
For animal lovers the country over, the thought of losing a beloved pet does not bear thinking about. When a pet does go missing, people are often uns...
By Brian Evans, Interim Director of Amnesty International USA's Death Penalty Abolition Campaign Opposing the death penalty is not the political thir...
Women have all too often been cast as the more conservative sex. Nothing could be further from the truth. Women, on the average, want change more than men and are sick and tired of discrimination that has hurt them.
Great headway has been made on new metrics that are far more sophisticated than GDP. One such metric, the Genuine Progress Indicator, assesses whether our economy is really growing or not by taking into account spending that doesn't make us better off.
Even before I knew the results, I knew that we were winning over hearts and minds. How powerful is it that this one woman's son decided to come out of the closet and that that one act turned an ardent Republican into a marriage equality supporter?
Not once in 32 previous campaigns were the efforts of marriage equality advocates sufficient. It took presidential leadership -- bravery, guts and plain human decency -- to add the final soupçon of sufficiency to allow us to run the table in a tidal wave of liberation this week.
Obama did more for lesbian and gay Americans in his first term than any president in history. And because of him, no one in my lifetime will be able to win the presidential nomination of the Democratic Party without supporting full equality for lesbian and gay Americans.
Here's some free advice to Republicans: starting right now, get off the "traditional marriage" bus as fast as you can. If the election showed anything, it's that the demographic tide is turning against you. Big time.
We've seen millions of dollars spent on sleazy, misleading ads by anti-equality groups looking to scare Marylanders about what marriage equality is and what Question 6 means. Don't believe them, because it's really as simple as equality, fairness and justice for all families.
The notion that gay marriage will happen in due time or when it is ready is perhaps the most vile and condescending misconception that plagues us today. Why should these hard-working, law-abiding citizens of our nation have to wait until anyone else is ready for them to have this basic freedom?
Both of us have deep ties to Maryland: one of us a lifelong Marylander, the other an alumnus and board member of the Johns Hopkins University. We want our families, friends, neighbors and staff to have the same opportunity we have to marry -- and to marry in Maryland, this state that we love.