Former Letter Carrier Convicted Of Delivering MarijuanaA former letter carrier has been convicted of delivering packages of marijuana from a post office to the home of a conspirator.
Montgomery County Officials Warn Of Scam LetterOfficials in Montgomery County are warning property owners not to be fooled by a letter that tells them they can pay $99 to petition to have their property tax assessment reviewed.
Md. Lawmakers Back Request For Review Of Baltimore Police DepartmentMore pressure on the U.S. attorney general to launch a full review of the Baltimore Police Department after numerous cases of police brutality.
Redskins To Senators: Team's Name Is 'Respectful'Redskins President Bruce Allen says in a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid that the NFL team's nickname is "respectful" toward Native Americans.
George Washington Document On View At Spy MuseumAn original letter written by George Washington that initiated a spy network during the Revolutionary War is going on display for a limited time at the International Spy Museum in Washington.
A Letter From Howard County Police Chief William J. McMahonThe triple fatal shooting at the Mall in Columbia prompts a letter from Howard County Police Chief William McMahon.
Guilty Plea In White Powder Letter Sent To Sen. MikulskiA Vancouver, Wash., man accused of sending threatening letters laced with white powder to Congress members has pleaded guilty to mailing such a letter to U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski.
Father Describes Snowden As 'Modern Day Paul Revere' In Open LetterThe father of admitted NSA leaker, Edward Snowden, applauds his son in an open letter.
Man Writes Apology For Public UrinationA man who was seen by the mayor of Annapolis urinating off the third deck of a garage has written a letter of apology for the incident.
Brief Hearing Held In Ricin Letters CaseA Mississippi man appeared briefly in court Monday on a charge that he made a deadly poison that was sent in letters to President Barack Obama, a senator and a judge.
Ricin Suspect Released From JailA Mississippi man accused of sending poison-laced letters to the president and other U.S. officials has been released from jail. Now the hunt continues for whomever sent the deadly substance.
Experts: Ricin Mailed To President Easy To MakeThe ricin mailed to the president and a U.S. senator is relatively easy to make but generally can't be used to target a large number of people, experts say.