Maryland Police Investigate 'Confederate Lives Matter' PostsPolice in Maryland are investigating a complaint that high school students harassed another student by posting threatening language under the name "Confederate Lives Matter."
Md. Senate President Criticized Following Letter About Controversial Statue RemovalLocal religious and business leaders are criticizing Maryland Senate President Mike Miller after he wrote a letter that suggested Gov. Larry Hogan acted too fast in removing the Roger B. Taney statue.
Public Schools Grappling With Confederate Names, Images
Baltimore Mayor Doubles Down On Decision To Remove Monuments Following Trump's CriticismMayor Catherine Pugh defended her decision to remove four controversial monuments after the president called leaders who took that action "weak."
Confederate Names At Naval Academy Could Face Rough SeasAt the U.S. Naval Academy, where the names of the nation's military heroes adorn many buildings, two structures honor the memory of American naval officers who fought against the United States of America.
Apple CEO Makes $2 Million Pledge To Fight HateApple is donating $2 million to two human rights groups as part of CEO Tim Cook's pledge to help lead the fight against the hate that fueled the violence in Virginia during a white-nationalist rally last weekend.
Confederate Monuments Removed Across The Country Sparks Debate In BaltimoreWhether or not Confederate monuments should be removed in cities across the country has ignited debate and Baltimore could be next.
Calls For Confederate Marker To Be Removed From Md. CourthouseA petition is circulating to remove a marker commemorating a Confederate general from the lawn of a courthouse in Maryland.
7 Members Appointed To Review Baltimore's Confederate Statues, Historical AssetsSeven members have been appointed to a special commission to review all of Baltimore’s Confederate statues and historical assets.
Students Suspended For Clothing Displaying Confederate FlagAbout 20 students at a Virginia high school received a one-day suspension for wearing clothing displaying the Confederate flag.
Officials: Laws Would Allow Recall Of Confederate PlatesThe Maryland attorney general's office says legislative action isn't necessary for the state to recall license plates bearing the Confederate battle flag.
Maryland Delegate: State Song Has Confederate SympathiesThe Charleston massacre led to protests and debates. But after weeks of uproar, the Confederate flag is removed entirely from the South Carolina State House.

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