Md. Sergeant Charged With Stealing Civil War DocumentsA former Maryland police sergeant has been charged with stealing Civil War documents from his father-in-law, a descendant of a staff aide to Union Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant.
Appeals Court To Hear Arguments On Md. Gun-Control LawA federal appeals court will hear arguments on key provisions of Maryland's sweeping gun-control law.
White House Intruder Expected To Appear In CourtThe man accused of scaling a security fence and getting into the White House with a knife is scheduled to have his initial appearance in federal court.
Lawyer Wants Terror Case Against Md. Man DismissedA former Army soldier accused of trying to provide support to a terrorist organization in Somalia after he left the military has asked a court to dismiss the case against him, saying he never had any contact with the group.
Pair Scheduled To Enter Pleas In Metro TheftsTwo Metro workers accused of stealing potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars in coins from fare card machines are scheduled to enter guilty pleas in federal court.
Md. Murder Suspect Sentenced In Immigration CaseThe suspect in the slaying of a Frederick restaurant manager has been sentenced to more than three years in federal prison for violating a deportation order.
PAC Working On Lawsuit To Md. Redistricting MapA political action committee based in Prince George's County is working with the Maryland Republican Party to challenge the state's redistricting map in federal court.
2 Md. Men Charged In Bank Robberies Plead Not Guilty In Va. Two Maryland men have pleaded not guilty to a string of bank robberies that authorities say netted $1.3 million.
Severstal Seeks More Time To Respond To SuitThe former owner of the Sparrows Point steel mill is asking a federal judge for two more weeks to respond to a suit filed by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
Former Md. Doctor Said To Place Unnecessary StentsThe trial of a former Eastern Shore doctor accused of inserting unnecessary heart stents has begun in Baltimore.