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At this point, there are only a few teams that can match the Ravens’ physicality. Through 11 weeks, they've shown that they are as good and as complete as any team in the NFL.

These Ravens might be the NFL’s best team. Over their 6-0 run — their longest winning streak since their championship season of 2000 — they’ve outscored opponents 206-96.

Here's how the Ravens graded out at each position after Sunday's 41-7 win over the Houston Texans.

Reservoir Hill’s Beth Am Synagogue in Baltimore shows off more than $5 million in renovations to its 97-year-old building.

After entering Sunday with the fourth fewest sacks in the NFL, the Ravens recorded a season-high seven against the Texans.

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NFL coaches have had little success this season challenging pass interference calls, and that continued Sunday.

Nationwide, the number of public-safety agencies using drones more than doubled between 2016 and 2018, according to researchers at the Center for the Study of the Drone at Bard College in New York. Departments in every state except Rhode Island now have them, the center says.

Baltimore police say a man died after being shot in the Harlem Park neighborhood and two other people were injured in two separate shootings Sunday.

The Baltimore Museum of Art will celebrate 2020 by adopting a daring new policy designed to reverse the art world’s historic marginalization of female artists.

There's a lot of history in the courthouse that may be named after Elijah Cummings.

Developers of two wind farms off Maryland’s Atlantic coast say they will build 800-foot turbines, intensifying fears of spoiled views from Ocean City and prompting state regulators to reopen discussion about the projects.

Baltimore is one of seven jurisdictions in Maryland in which immigrants prevented or minimized population loss in 2018, according to a Stateline report from April that used 2018 Census data.

Residents have been navigating a range of emotions around the coming end to Perkins Homes, a World War II-era housing complex that the Housing Authority of Baltimore City recently received $30 million in federal funding to demolish.

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