For 15 years, one organization has improved outcomes for Baltimore youth with a surprising tool: the debate team.
Rising sea levels have kicked up flood days by as much as 900 percent along parts of the East Coast.
On Sunday, set your sights east to catch the fiery ascent of a resupply for the International Space Station.
A digitally preserved program from the city's Star Spangled Banner centennial festivities boasts about an unparalleled new sewer system, among other amenities.
Does that urban sibling connection mean anything at all?
The eastern part, anyway; in the West it will be hotter and drier, predict scientists.
This innovative Baltimore program moved thousands of residents to middle class neighborhoods. Most stayed.
Baltimore set a new all-time low of 4 degrees, and that's warm compared to the weather elsewhere.
A lesson in bad government contracting.
What one photographer discovered documenting life between the Nation's Capital and the Mason Dixon Line.
Photographer Ben Marcin found the people who live off the grid.
The fluffy-white hunters are everywhere this year, from New York to Baltimore all the way down to Florida.
New York in 1776, Charleston in 1780, Baltimore in 1801.
A video follows Carol Ott, a mother of two who is documenting every blighted property she can find in Baltimore.
Median incomes have been growing the fastest, however, in a very different part of the country.
Photographer Jen DuMars gives viewers a day-to-day look at life in Charles Village.
And also ones that look like zippers.
This wonderfully poisonous map shows what Yahoo!'s search engine thinks of places, such as "Chicago is so two years ago" and "Philadelphia is ugly."
How the federal government shapes job markets beyond D.C. – in Honolulu, Virginia Beach, and across the Sunbelt.