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FBI Leading Investigation Into Tuesday’s Royal Farms Shooting & Robbery

The FBI has now taken the lead into the investigation of a shooting and robbery at a Royal Farms store in Northeast Baltimore.


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New Video Gives Insight Into Former Baltimore Marine Reservist’s Shooting Spree

Chilling new video. A former Marine opens fire on landmarks including the Pentagon. And he films himself while doing it.


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Brandywine Man Pleads Guilty To Armed Bank Robbery

Authorities say a Maryland man has pleaded guilty to armed bank robbery and other charges.


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Homicide Rate In Baltimore City Declined Considerably

Critics have called this “The City that Bleeds.” But there are signs of improvement across Baltimore.


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FBI Looking For Baltimore’s Female Bank Bandit

A female bank bandit is on the loose. She’s already targeted three banks. Now, the FBI is on the case.


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Leslie Johnson Sentenced To Prison For Role In Husband’s Corruption

Headed to prison. The wife of a former county executive will spend more than a year in jail for her role in trying to cover up her husband’s corruption.



Aruban Release: Suspect In Missing Woman Case Expected Home Soon

Major developments in the criminal investigation involving a Maryland man in Aruba. Gary Giordano is being set free because of a lack of evidence in the disappearance of Robyn Gardner.



FBI Official Calls For Secure, Alternate Internet

The computer networks that control power plants and financial systems will never be secure enough and a new, highly secure alternative Internet should be considered for development, a top FBI official said Thursday.


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Scientists Question Anthrax Attack Findings

A group of scientists casts doubt on FBI conclusions about the 2001 anthrax attacks.


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FBI To Be Honored For Work In D.C. Subway Bomb Plot

The FBI is being honored for its investigation into a man who joined what he thought was an al-Qaeda plot to bomb the Washington Metro transit system.


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Prosecutors Dispute Bomb Plot Suspect’s Claims

Prosecutors claim Antonio Martinez, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Maryland, confessed to trying to blow up a recruiting center in Catonsville as payback for what he believed was a war on Islam.


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College Courses In Md. Change With Security Field

Shortly after 9/11, the FBI selected Mount St. Mary’s University as one of seven institutions nationwide where the FBI would focus its recruitment for intelligence analysts.