The Norris & Davis Show tries to get answers on two scandals.
Baltimore police say a woman depicted in a video allegedly abusing an elderly man in 2007 is being extradited to the U.S. from her home country of Kenya.
The FBI is giving area teenagers an inside look at its operations this week.
People around the world could be knocked off the Internet because of a computer virus. The FBI is advising consumers to check their computers to see if they’re infected. Follow the link for information on how you can protect your computer.
A 1996 sexual assault has been linked through DNA to the same man believed responsible for nine other attacks on women in the District of Columbia and Maryland, police and the FBI said Thursday.
It’s considered a major threat to the safety of the United States. And one of Maryland’s top leaders will help spearhead an effort to stop leaks from within the government’s own intelligence agencies.
A second former aide to District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray was charged Wednesday with a federal offense arising from Gray’s 2010 campaign and intends to plead guilty, a day after another aide’s guilty plea revealed the use of underhanded tactics to get Gray elected.
The FBI’s Most Wanted list is reserved for the world’s most dangerous criminals. A former local teacher has become a top 10 Most Wanted Fugitive.
A former teacher at a private elementary school who is accused of possessing and producing child pornography has been added to the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” national list, authorities announced Tuesday.
A Vancouver, Wash., man accused of sending letters containing white powder to members of Congress fell under FBI scrutiny after his wife told an officer that he laced the envelopes with a mixture of celery salt and corn starch.
Federal authorities take the lead hunting for a dangerous criminal responsible for shootings during two convenience store robberies in Baltimore.
An FBI task force is looking for more information on a suspect who is wanted in connection with armed robberies at the Royal Farms convenience stores on 41st Street and on Harford Road.