The White House launches a new multi-million dollar program to fight a nationwide heroin epidemic. Some of the money is coming right here to our area.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has destroyed an illegal off-road vehicle seized at the Port of Baltimore.
Nine people died from tainted peanut butter that may have been intentionally shipped.
Federal authorities are taking the makers of the Nap Nanny to court for failing to voluntarily recall its product.
Federal housing officials say financial aid is on the way for Marylanders forced from their homes by Hurricane Sandy.
Justice Department officials say they have not visited the Baltimore City Detention Center since late 2010, despite concern over the jail’s handling of juvenile detainees.
During these tight times, politicians are reluctant to add services that increase their budgets.
Environmental justice is the focus of a tour in Baltimore by federal and local officials. Officials with the federal Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Forest Service plan to visit a Baltimore middle school along with city officials on Tuesday to see work being done to confront environmental justice challenges.
The man who admitted to stealing hundreds of historical documents from museums up and down the East Coast– including here in Maryland– may have sold some of them. Now, federal investigators are trying to get the priceless pieces back.
Federal transportation officials have obtained a restraining order against a charter bus company that serves New York City’s Chinatown.
The federal government says it’s awarding a $191.6 million contract for design and construction of a new Social Security Administration data center in Urbana.
Raw milk buyers in Washington and Maryland say they will challenge federal action against a Pennsylvania farmer.