Bloodshed in Baltimore’s streets. The month of May is the deadliest in the city in more than a decade and it’s not over yet.
A former director of the FBI’s anthrax investigation says the agency is concealing evidence that casts doubt on its conclusion that Army scientist Bruce Ivins sent the anthrax-filled letters that killed five people and sickened 17 others in 2001.
A spike in violence across the city, including three murders in one day. One of the victims was the relative of a prominent city leader.
Encounters with police in Maryland resulted in the deaths of at least 109 people during a four-year span, according to a report released Wednesday by the American Civil Liberties Union.
Two murders in two months and still no arrests. The transgender community in Baltimore has been frightened since the death of Mia Henderson.
In his short time on the often-freewheeling Alexandria political scene, Charles Severance made an impression.
A Baltimore man will spend the rest of his life behind bars after orchestrating a nearly year-long murder conspiracy to avenge his cousin’s killing.
The crisis in Syria continues. But a diplomatic solution may prevent any U.S. military intervention.
Baltimore police have arrested two people wanted for questioning in the slayings of a woman and her son in Connecticut.
A Maryland man who pleaded guilty to his role in a 2008 triple slaying in northern Virginia that had gone unsolved for more than two years is expected to get a life sentence.
The Lululemon Athletica retail company says the Bethesda store where one of its employees was killed is set to reopen.
On this last day of 2010, detectives are on the street investigating another murder. Despite that, the number of killings this year is the lowest in decades.