Bitter divorce battles can last some couples upwards of a year, but for one Maryland woman–the plight to formally end her marriage took more than a decade.
A Baltimore County attorney who inadvertently shared information that led to a client’s murder has agreed to an indefinite suspension of his law license, court records show.
Maryland law requires drivers to move over one lane if a police or fire vehicle is pulled over on the side of the road. But now a new expansion of that law will apply to another common roadside vehicle.
Residents of the nation’s capital will be able to get licenses to carry concealed handguns outside the home, but only after they provide a specific reason for needing one, officials said Wednesday.
It’s been one week since Baltimore launched one of the strictest youth curfews in the nation. City leaders say it’s already working to get children off the streets.
Curfew controversy. The ACLU is raising concerns as the new curfew law in Baltimore City gets ready to go into effect.
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.