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Maryland high schools and policymakers are trying to learn more about LGBT athletes to create a safer environment for them and students of all sexual orientations.
Two former University of Maryland athletes are at the center of the fight against the anti-gay laws that have been put in place by Russian president Vladimir Putin as the 2014 Sochi Olympics approach.
A growing number of media organizations have stopped or limited use of the official name of Washington's NFL franchise.
The National Association of the Deaf, which is suing the University of Maryland for its lack of amenities for deaf fans at sporting events, has successfully sued other athletic organizations over the same issue, including the Washington Redskins, Ohio State University and the University of Kentucky.
Things got ugly on the Orioles' Facebook page when the team honored an advocacy group’s anti-bullying campaign by celebrating a purple-themed Spirit Day for the second time in league history.
A recent Harvard Medical School study showed that baseball is one of the safest sports for kids to play. However there are still major health risks facing kids playing baseball, especially catchers.
Some fans think the NFL's new bag policy compromises privacy and is too restrictive on the amount of space women have to store their belongings. Many also feel it was set into action by an organization largely dominated by men.
Despite the government shutdown, the Naval Academy and the Air Force Academy football teams will square off as scheduled Saturday morning in Annapolis. The news is a relief to fans and businesses alike.