WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 17:  A recently-found photograph of escaped slave, abolitionist and Union spy Harriet Tubman that was acquired by the Smithsonian is displayed before a hearing of the House Administration Committee in the Longworth House Office Building on Capitol Hill June 17, 2015 in Washington, DC. Auburn, New York, photographer H. Seymour Squyer made the photograph around 1885. Born into slavery, Tubman used a network of antislavery activists and safe houses known at the Underground Railroad to help lead about 13 missions to rescue about 70 enslaved family and friends.  (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Mikulski Petitions For Harriet Tubman To Appear On New $10 Bill

A Maryland senator give her two cents about who should appear on the new $10 bill.



Suspects Sought In Counterfeit Currency Ring

Maryland State Police are on the lookout for several people they say are part of a counterfeiting ring. Police are hoping someone may recognize the suspects from surveillance photos and turn them in.



Md. Officials Urge Caution With Virtual Currencies

Two state officials are warning Maryland residents to exercise caution in buying, selling, transacting with or investing in virtual currencies.


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Flip A Fort McHenry! A Piece Of Maryland’s History Is Now In Currency

Maryland is already depicted in currency. Now on the state’s own special holiday, Defenders’ Day, one of its most historic sites is too.



Teens Using Counterfeit Money Charged In O.C.

Ocean City police have arrested two people they say used counterfeit currency to buy items in resort businesses.


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2 Men Charged In Ocean City With Passing Counterfeit Currency

Ocean City police have arrested two men they say tried to pay businesses with counterfeit money.



Md. Woman, 20, Charged With Passing Counterfeit Bills

Frederick police have charged a 20-year-old woman with using counterfeit $100 bills at local businesses.


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Drivers Snatch ‘Snow Globe’ Of Cash On Md. Highway

In a scene that one witness described as like a movie, dozens of motorists driving on a highway in Maryland stopped their cars to grab fistfuls from a “snow globe of cash” lost from an armored truck Friday morning.


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Md. Man Sentenced To Prison For Counterfeit Bills

The U.S. Attorney’s Office says a Randallstown man has been sentenced to 30 months in prison for dealing in counterfeit currency in a case that involved the fatal shooting of a co-conspirator by police in July 2010.