U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch described what’s happening here as a symbol that highlights so many issues that are part of our national debate.
The Maryland Attorney General’s office is weighing in on a bill to hold fracking companies more responsible for personal injury and property damage.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has endorsed Democratic Rep. Chris Van Hollen for Senate.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is calling for support of legislation that discourages false claims against the government by private contractors.
Lame horses, faulty ammunition — even during the Civil War dishonest businesses were attempting to cheat the government.
Attorney General Brian Frosh is encouraging lawmakers to pass legislation to encourage whistleblowers to alert the government about fraud by private contractors.
The office of the attorney general is one of the least understood and most powerful positions in Maryland state government, veterans of the position say.
The Montgomery County Education Association has reached a settlement with Attorney General Doug Gansler’s former campaign for governor over the use of campaign literature that resembled the union’s apple-shaped ballot.
The Maryland attorney general’s office says the city of Cumberland apparently owns a Potomac River dam at the center of a debate about the waterway’s future.
Maryland officials are scheduled to announce a new program aimed at helping eligible Prince George’s County residents buy homes.
In a second trail-blazing pick for the nation’s top law enforcement officer, President Barack Obama intends to nominate a federal prosecutor in New York to become the next attorney general and the first black woman to lead the Justice Department.
Several state attorneys general, including Maryland’s, are meeting in Rhode Island to discuss the problem of sexual assault on college campuses.