Emmanuelle Yeremou-Ngah has her career path all planned out: She wants to become an assistant U.S. attorney and eventually retire as a judge.
The debate over Maryland’s newest gun law moves to federal court. A US judge in Baltimore heard arguments Tuesday calling the state’s ban on the sale of assault rifles unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court rules some businesses don’t have to provide contraceptive coverage to female employees under the Affordable Care Act if the business owners have religious objections to it.
A Pennsylvania pastor who broke church law by presiding over his son’s same-sex wedding is being transferred to a United Methodist church in California.
The Republican-led House moved Wednesday to block the nation’s capital from liberalizing its marijuana laws through an amendment to a major spending bill.
Banning the bounty. A new law takes effect that closes the loophole on who profits from speed camera tickets.
We’re live at Dick Gelfman’s Ride Across Maryland in Columbia. The annual event raises money for breast cancer research. Gigi Barnett and Marty Bass learn how to get lawns summer ready.
It’s a controversial bill that could help ex-offenders land a job in Baltimore. On Thursday, Mayor Rawlings-Blake signs it into law.
President Barack Obama has signed a bill that makes a minor change to the century-old law banning skyscrapers in the nation’s capital.
Added protections from harassment due to broken relationships are signed into law.
Cracking down on violent home invasions. In recent months, Marylanders have been hurt and even killed by robbers breaking into their homes. Now the state is toughening up with a new law.
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler will be the keynote speaker when students from several high schools visit the federal courthouse in Greenbelt to celebrate Law Day.