Teen's Parents Sue Johns Hopkins Over Alleged Frat RapeThe family of a 16-year-old who says she was sexually assaulted at an off-campus fraternity party is suing Johns Hopkins University for $20 million.
Orioles Outfielder Nolan Reimold Sues Johns HopkinsOrioles outfielder Nolan Reimold has filed a lawsuit against Johns Hopkins hospital because of "negligent medical care," according to his lawyers.
Attorneys in Md. Pelvic Exam Pictures Suit to Receive $32MAttorneys representing more than 8,000 women who were secretly recorded during pelvic exams by a gynecologist at Johns Hopkins will receive $32 million in legal fees from a settlement with the hospital system.
Radiothon Benefiting Johns Hopkins Children's Center to End ThursdayA radiothon benefiting the Johns Hopkins Children's Center ends Thursday, February 26, at 8 pm, but you can still help the kids at Hopkins with your online donations.
Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Player Found Dead in Dorm RoomA freshman lacrosse player at Johns Hopkins University died in his room on campus Sunday night, the school announced in a statement Monday.
2 Arrested in Rape at Johns Hopkins Frat HouseBaltimore police have arrested two men in the alleged rape of a 16-year-old girl at a Johns Hopkins University fraternity party.
Rape Reported at Johns Hopkins Frat HouseBaltimore police are investigating a rape reported at a Johns Hopkins University off-campus fraternity house.
Judge Approves $190 Million Hopkins Settlement A Baltimore judge has approved a $190 million settlement between Johns Hopkins Hospital and more than 8,000 patients of a gynecologist who used tiny cameras to secretly photograph women and girls during examinations.
Rape Case At Hopkins Prompts Federal InvestigationThe U.S. Department of Education is investigating Johns Hopkins University for its handling of sexual assault complaints.
Johns Hopkins Resumes Talks With Union Over Wages A union representing 2,000 environmental services and kitchen workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital is in negotiations with the medical institution over workers' wages after Gov. Martin O'Malley stepped in to stop a planned four-day strike.
Johns Hopkins Students' Info Discovered Online Johns Hopkins University officials are alerting more than 2,000 graduate students that their personal information has been discovered on the Internet.
Study: Some Beers, Liquors More Likely To Land Consumers in ERSome beers and liquors are more likely to land you in the emergency room than others, according to a study conducted at Johns Hopkins Hospital.