The NFL players’ union has hired former federal prosecutor Richard Craig Smith to oversee its investigation into the Ray Rice domestic violence case.
It’s happened again: police caught on video in a chaotic struggle with a suspect—but this time, the city’s top cop says his officers used necessary force and he’s renewing his calls for body cameras on every officer.
A northern Virginia preschool teacher has been charged with assault and battery for allegedly biting a 13-month-old boy in her care.
A western Maryland man has been arrested on charges of hitting a woman with his car door after an argument.
A Maryland man has been arrested on a murder charge in the death of his father during an argument.
A new report challenges what both the Ravens and the NFL have told us about the Ray Rice controversy.
A former teammate of Ray Rice says alcohol played a role in the elevator punch. His wife says Janay is frustrated because of criticism she’s gotten for staying in her marriage.
Three current and one former correctional officer in Baltimore were indicted by a Baltimore City grand jury in two assaults involving five inmates.
Baltimore police have opened an internal investigation after surveillance video showed an officer repeatedly punching a man as another officer held his right arm.
A Baltimore City man is seeking $5 million after he says a police officer beat him up for no reason at all—but he may get less than that if he wins.
New developments in the Ray Rice scandal. The players union left open the possibility it will appeal Rice’s indefinite suspension.
It’s an enduring fact of life in the NFL: If a player has talent, a team will find a place for him, no matter how bad his off-the-field profile might be.