President Barack Obama on Friday honored the four Americans killed in an attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya, recalling their lives in deeply personal terms and declaring the United States will never pull back on its principles or “retreat from the world.”
A change is in the making for all Maryland dog owners. The state Senate has given preliminary approval of a new dog bite law.
The Maryland Senate has passed a version of the bill declaring pit bulls as an “inherently dangerous” breed. The new mandate makes all dog owners liable for attacks.
Stitching together American history. Thursday, the national 9/11 flag made a stop in Baltimore to have its final patch sewn on. The flag was found at Ground Zero after the 9/11 attacks and has become a symbol of resilience and freedom.
A toy poodle is killed by a pit bull in an Owings Mills townhouse community. The little dog’s owners are devastated. The attack refuels controversy over the pit bull breed and what some call a pattern of violence.
He says he planned the murder of 3,000 Americans on Sept. 11. On Saturday, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed has a hearing in a prison courtroom in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, which could lead to his death.
The rare murder of a tourist stunned the nation’s capital. Police believe it was part of a series of attacks and now one of the victims is speaking out.
A preliminary hearing for the man accused by prosecutors as the East Coast Rapist has been postponed after his lawyer requested a court-ordered mental evaluation of his client.
The Justice Department corrected a legal filing Tuesday to reassert its conclusion that a lone federal scientist in the fall of 2001 staged the anthrax attacks that killed five people and sickened 17 others.
Organizers of the 9/11 Memorial of Maryland are preparing to release renderings of the project set to open in time for the 10th anniversary of the attacks.
A man suspected of a series of violent attacks in a wealthy North Baltimore neighborhood after receiving a suspended sentence from a previous armed robbery conviction there has entered a guilty plea for two attacks.
A man suspected in a series of violent attacks in a wealthy north Baltimore neighborhood has been sentenced to nearly nine years in prison for violating his probation.