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The mention of school resource officers in these days of mass shootings and terrorist bombings conjures the intimidating image of a gun-toting security guard for some, but Sgt. Mike Rudinski insists SROs are in schools for much more than just safety.
Alvi Tsarni joined his brother, Ruslan Tsarni, both of Gaithersburg, in distancing himself from the two brothers at the center of the investigation into the bombing at the Boston Marathon on Monday: Dzhokar Tsarnaev, 19, and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26.
Increased financial literacy and guidance from universities are critical to lessen the burgeoning costs of higher education, a panel of students and education experts told a Senate committee Tuesday.
A new initiative to make up for the absence of aquatic grasses in Gumtree Cove could lead to similar projects in other less-productive tidal waters within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
Four members of the U.S. men’s national soccer team have brought national attention to their alma mater, the University of Maryland, and its top--flight men’s soccer program.
Tens of thousands of immigrant rights advocates gathered Wednesday on the West Lawn of the Capitol to urge Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform.
As Congress debates new gun control measures, former Sen. Joseph Tydings’ story is increasingly relevant as an example of what can happen when a politician draws the ire of the gun lobby.
Gov. Martin O'Malley and the General Assembly approved new gun control laws, repealed the death penalty, and funded a wind energy project during the 2013 legislative session.