BALTIMORE (AP)–Football is a fraternity, and NFL players rarely criticize each other publicly, especially when it comes to matters of discipline. That changed with the release of a video Monday that shows Ray Rice striking […]
Just a few days after the NFL creates stricter penalties for domestic abusers, another player is charged with beating his fiancee.
It seems we’ve jumped into the pool of relativism since we got wind of Josh Gordon’s season-long suspension for marijuana use. You have the indignant faction that can’t believe someone who smokes weed gets a year while Ray Rice skates with a two-game suspension
Starting now, NFL players who commit domestic abuse will get triple the punishment Ray Rice did for his assault case. Players who do it a second time will be banned for life.
Stricter sanctions. In the wake of the Ray Rice scandal, the NFL is eying tougher penalties for players for players connected to domestic violence.
In the United States, one in four women will become victims of domestic violence, a statistic that Maryland community leaders are working to change.
The light suspension handed down by Roger Goodell has been widely criticized as a slap on the wrist. Scott Garceau talks about what that means for Rice.
Hope Solo allegedly attacked her sister and nephew, while everyone is shocked it’s probably something we should have seen coming.
It’s a fun event with a serious purpose, and it happens Saturday at Pine Ridge Golf Course in Timonium. It’s the fourth annual High Heels for Hope, a benefit for House of Ruth Maryland.
Less than 48 hours after Ray Rice addressed the media about the infamous video tape that captured him dragging his wife off an elevator, Rice’s attorney is now speaking out about the case.
People who commit domestic violence in front of a child will face more time in prison, under a bill passed by the Maryland General Assembly.
Two measures to help battle domestic violence have been passed by the Maryland General Assembly.