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Led by sophomore forward Jalen Smith's career-high 25 points, the Terps stormed back to beat the Wildcats, 77-66.

Payback Pharmacy is not a drugstore, but a designation for a southwest Baltimore corner known for drug dealing. You can find it on Google Maps.

Derek Jeter came within one vote of being a unanimous pick for the Hall of Fame while Larry Walker also earned baseball's highest honor on Tuesday.

Baltimore police said Tuesday they are investigating whether officers violated departmental policy last fall during a traffic stop of mayoral candidate Thiru Vignarajah.

There's a lot to think about when planning any vacation, and even more so when it’s an international trip. Between figuring out transportation, booking a place to stay and getting local currency — it can be a lot to get done. But it’s possible if you give yourself enough time to plan. We’ve compiled a list of international destinations that will require a lot of planning if one of them is your next big adventure. Some may require a visa or vaccinations, some are more expensive then you'd think and require a lot of advanced saving and some are just specialty experiences or fast-selling tickets. And if you’re heading out for a global festival during a popular travel time, check your schedule and plan far in advance to make the trip worth the wait ⁠— and so you have a place to sleep. (Zareen Syed, The Active Times)

Flu season is here, and it's knocking people down left and right. Staying healthy and germ-free when everyone around you is sniffling, sneezing, and coughing is a veritable feat. Continue your flu-free streak with these tips on boosting your immune system and disinfecting your environment so you can continue to ward off this wintertime illness.

Jeanine Cummins, author of "American Dirt," is the latest addition to Oprah's Book Club.

Meet Del. Talmadge Branch, one of the two dozen Democrats hoping to succeed the late U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings.

The ACLU of Maryland and the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund argue the state is not living up to its obligation — spelled out in a consent decree two decades ago — to provide enough funding for Baltimore City schools.

As the flu continues its achy, feverish march across the state and nation, U.S. health officials said the most common strain is one that can be particularly tough on kids. And many of Baltimore’s youth may not be protected.

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday urged federal officials to allow more H-2B visas for foreign workers to help the state’s $355 million seafood industry and seasonal employers.

Before we move into the offseason, The Baltimore Sun gives out final grades at each position for the Ravens' 2019 season.

Jacqueline “Jacqui” Lampell, who served Baltimore City government and Maryland agencies during a long career in public and media relations, died Monday.

The No. 1 Engineers’ size and skills overwhelmed No. 5 Edmondson at both ends of the floor in a surprisingly comfortable 83-37 home win.

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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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