If you ride public transit in Maryland, there’s a chance that a device installed on your bus is listening to and recording your conversations. Fortunately for you, you’re probably more likely to be silently hammering your way through Return of Candy Crush: Birds Who Are Both Angry and Flappy than you are to be talking…
Nobody likes paying tolls, but they are a necessary evil. The money from tolls is used to fund the construction of new roadways, as well as maintenance. Unless you live in one of the 22 states that don't collect tolls, or a state where you can get by without owning a car, you have no other choice but to pony up and…
If you don't have much faith in Washington D.C.-area law enforcement, the following story is not going to help at all. A TV news photographer followed a suspected drunk driver for 40 miles and called 911 eight times, but police never showed up.
One drag racing team at the Import vs. Domestic World Cup Finals in Maryland last weekend found out what happens when you overheat a bottle of nitrous oxide. It totally explodes.
Here is a BMW parked in Germantown, Maryland, spotted by a Jalopnik reader. It has no handicapped placard, and yet it is parked across not one, but two handicapped spaces. Classy.
At this point in our near daily coverage of witty vanity plates, our attention turns to the often overlooked Old Line State. Maryland Vehicle Administration officials managed to get several offensive or potentially offensive words stricken from the list of acceptable vocabulary from which MVA derives its yea or nay…
If you're going to drive a Mini Countryman, you might as well attach a vanity license plate that matches its personality — but you're going to have a hard time surpassing this one I came across near the University of Maryland. Juicy, indeed.
Even Hurricane Irene wasn't enough to stop a few surfing and waterskiing enthusiasts from hitting the waves on summer's penultimate weekend — even if it meant riding some floodwaters while towed behind a car.
If you're in the Maryland/D.C. area and curious about why traffic along the Baltimore-Washington Parkway (Maryland 295) is so backed up it might be the crazy anti-speed camera nut with a shotgun and sledgehammer roaming the woods. Police are on the scene trying to find him.
Two mail packages ignited in separate government buildings in Maryland yesterday, setting off an afternoon panic and a lockdown of state government mailrooms. And there's evidence to suggest highway signs inspired the act.
Anthony Graber is the 25-year-old Maryland motorcyclist charged with invading the privacy of a state trooper he filmed during a traffic stop. The prosecutor behind the charges says police have a right to privacy that he's willing to enforce.
There's nothing like the thrill of crossing an entire U.S. state. We just know it's what our forefathers intended. With a little help from our readers we've put together this list of ten states to criss-cross on a driving adventure.
It's two-thirty in the morning, you're a raging drunk cop, stuck at the Taco Bell drive-through desperately in need of cheesy double beef burritos and some jerk won't hurry up. What to do?
Rescuers and utility workers are scrambling to address a break in a 66 inch water main in Bethesda, Maryland which trapped motorists in flood waters up to four feet deep.
Tired of texting their sexcapades to their fathers, teenagers have turned to combining photoshop skills, speed cameras and cruelty in order to raise havoc and punish their enemies (and frenemies).
Vernon Jones had managed to elude a warrant for attempted murder for 15 years until his delivery route brought him back through Maryland. You can guess what happened next.
On the list of vehicles that we can say definitively don't make great getaway cars, we now have Good Humor ice cream truck to add to Krispy Kreme truck and gardening truck. Shawn Stewart and Wesley Jumper were, apparently, quite dirty as they deviated from Stewart's normal ice cream route and stopped at a La Plata,…
A white Ford Crown Victoria plowed into a group of street-racing fans on a highway about 20 miles south of Washington, D.C. on Saturday, killing eight people and scattering bodies in the early morning darkness. In addition to the fatalities, at least five other spectators were injured of the 50 or so people gathered…