Adele’s new album “25” sold 3.38 million copies in the U.S. in the first week, the highest number of albums sold in a single week in history.
The number of food trucks in Baltimore has doubled in less than two years. But regulators have yet to catch up with the rapid change in food industry.
After Bethesda-based Marriott announced this week its plan to acquire Starwood, travelers wondered what a merger between the two hotel chains would mean for the companies’ reward credit cards.
Halloween gives people an excuse to wear costumes — and dress up their pets. Almost 13 percent of Americans will put a costume on their pet this Halloween, according to National Retail Federation survey data.
Some love UGG boots, spending hundreds of dollars per pair, while others gleefully mock them. Regardless of how you feel about UGGs, there’s no denying their transformation from a cult fashion object for Australian surfers into big global business.
Following the economic downtown between 2008 and 2009, the House Price Index in Maryland plunged for nine straight quarters.
Experts expect another shutdown in October because of disagreement over the Iran nuclear deal, spending cuts and the deficiency in the Highway Trust Fund, according to the Washington Post.
Almost two years after the Maryland Health Connection exchange launched Oct. 1, 2013, 92.1 percent of people in Maryland have health insurance coverage, up by three percent from a year ago, according to data released Wednesday morning.