Bon Secours Hospital occupies a block amid brick rowhouses in West Baltimore. Kaiser Health News photo courtesy Doug Kapustin.

Part 3 Unhealthy Baltimore: Distrust in the hospital room

Bon Secours Hospital has been a fixture in the neighborhood since 1919, when it was opened by an order of nuns who served middle-class patients from all across the city. But today, few patients are affluent. The hospital, outpatient services and wellness center that compose the system primarily serve neighborhoods including Sandtown-Winchester and Harlem Park, predominantly black neighborhoods made famous in pop culture by TV shows like HBO's "The Wire."

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Illustration by DonkeyHotey with Flickr Creative Commons

Hillary, Trump triumph; Van Hollen vs. Szeliga; Raskin, Brown to Congress

Most of the pundits, forecasters, pollsters and politicos had it right about pretty much all the races in Maryland's primary Tuesday. They just weren't right enough -- the winners did even better than predictions and poll numbers. Hillary Clinton didn't just defeat Bernie Sanders, she clobbered him by 30 points, winning 63% of the vote and all but three counties by small margins. Donald Trump didn't just win Maryland, he triumphed. He won 54% of the vote statewide, claiming every congressional district and county against two candidates, John Kasich and Ted Cruz, who also campaigned here.