Opening arguments Wednesday in the case against a Baltimore City police officer accused of mistakenly shooting a police recruit in the head during a training exercise in February.
A Baltimore City police officer is on trial, accused of shooting a recruit during a training exercise.
Army Pvt. Chelsea Manning said in a statement to a London newspaper that she does not consider herself a pacifist for leaking classified information to WikiLeaks. Rather, she sees herself as an advocate for transparency.
A man accused of fatally shooting his pregnant girlfriend’s mother and wounding the girlfriend and her sister has been found competent to stand trial.
A former Prince George’s County police officer and homeland security official who shot and killed a furniture delivery man has been denied a new trial.
A judge has ruled that an inmate accused of fatally stabbing a correctional officer in 2006 is still incompetent to stand trial.
Bradley Manning is the first transgender military inmate to ask for hormone treatments, officials say, a request that could lead to a legal showdown over how — and if — the soldier convicted in the WikiLeaks case will be allowed to live as a female behind bars.
Some of the Pentagon’s most painful themes of the past decade have played out at the court-martial of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning.
A traveling hospital technician strikes a plea deal on charges he knowingly infected dozens of patients with deadly Hepatitis C–some of them here in Maryland. We’re learning about new red flags that should have kept him out of the medical field.
The classified information that Army Pfc. Bradley Manning disclosed through WikiLeaks put entire Afghan villages at risk of harm from the Taliban for cooperating with U.S. forces, a Pentagon official testified Friday at the soldier’s sentencing hearing.
A Maryland man is on trial in West Virginia on charges of killing a woman during a robbery.
The 250,000 diplomatic cables that Pfc. Bradley Manning disclosed through WikiLeaks endangered the lives of foreign citizens and made some international human-rights workers reluctant to seek U.S. help, a State Department official testified Friday.