Self Driving Cars Are the (Probably Distant) Future

Autonomous vehicle technology might make the dream of robotic driving a reality in just a few years. But laws and human acceptance may take longer to catch up.

Adele’s “25” Made Sales History in a Declining Industry

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.

Food Trucks Are a Hot Business in Baltimore, When They Find a Place to Park

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.

Visualizing Thanksgiving Leftovers and Turkey Consumption

Each year, Americans consumer 690 million pounds of turkey on Thanksgiving Day. That is enough to fill the Empire State Building.

What Will Happen to Your Credit Card After the Marriott – Starwood Merger?

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.

More Than 1 in 10 Americans Plan to Dress Up a Pet for Halloween

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.

The Billion-Dollar Ugly Boots

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.

Can Under Armour Win The World?

Under Armour has set an ambitious goal for overseas expansion, but it’s far from guaranteed that the company can become a global brand.

Five Things You Might See From Martin O’Malley in Tuesday’s Democrat Presidential Debate

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley will join Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and other candidates in the first Democratic presidential primary debate of the 2016 campaign Tuesday night in Las Vegas.

Home Price in Maryland Growing More Slowly Than National Average

Following the economic downtown between 2008 and 2009, the House Price Index in Maryland plunged for nine straight quarters.