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Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts is allowing police in Maryland to resume collecting DNA samples from people arrested for serious crimes.
Maryland’s attorney general wants to keep a state law that allows police to collect DNA from people charged with a violent crime, burglary or attempts to commit those crimes.
Maryland State Police are halting the collection of DNA samples from people charged with certain violent offenses after a ruling by the state’s highest court earlier this week.
Descendants of famed abolitionist Harriet Tubman will visit The President’s Gallery by Madame Tussauds in Washington to unveil a wax statue of the woman who led hundreds of slaves to freedom.
An orange Union Pacific car. A maroon car from the New York Central Lines. A star-spangled Lionel bicentennial train. They once were prized possessions of one of Maryland’s most beloved politicians, the late William Donald Schaefer, and now they’re on display at the B&O Railroad Museum.
A state agency should strengthen methods to maximize child support payments from noncustodial parents who haven’t been paying as much as they are supposed to, a state audit released Monday said.
One of the least popular pieces of security equipment since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks is now part of the Smithsonian’s collection at the National Museum of American History — a metal detector from the Transportation Security Administration.
The Salvation Army red kettle will be appearing outside 50 Giant Food Stores in the region on select days in August. The bell ringers were outside the Westminster store Friday and Saturday and will also appear next Friday and Saturday to wrap up the campaign.
When space shuttle Discovery makes its way to the Smithsonian, it will join capsules from Mercury, Gemini and Apollo that have all flown in space.