White Supremacist Propaganda Hits All-Time High, Anti-Defamation League SaysA new report says white supremacist propaganda hit an all-time high in 2020. According to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), there were more than 5,000 cases across the United States.
Police Patrols Around Asian American Businesses In Maryland Increased Following Deadly Atlanta-Area Spa ShootingsGov. Larry Hogan shared his condolences Wednesday saying that he was "horrified" by the deadly spa shootings in Georgia.
House Clears Two Gun Safety Bills, But Senate May Be RoadblockThe House sent two bills to the Senate Thursday that would implement universal background checks and close the loophole linked to the 2015 mass shooting in Charleston, South Carolina.
FBI Releases New Videos Of Suspect Accused Of Leaving Pipe Bombs At DNC, RNC Headquarters In DC On Eve Of Capitol RiotsThe FBI on Tuesday released new videos showing the person they believe left pipe bombs at the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee and Republican National Committee the night before the deadly riots at the U.S. Capitol in January.
Gas Prices Continue To Climb As Supply Tightens, Demand Increases, AAA SaysGas prices continue to climb across the U.S., with average prices jumping double digits in every state since Friday, AAA said Monday.
National Guard Protecting U.S. Capitol Served 'Raw, Moldy Food,' Some With Metal Shavings, Lawmakers SayA bipartisan group of members of Michigan's congressional delegation sent the chief of the National Guard a letter Tuesday complaining about the food being provided to members of the state's National Guard while stationed at the US Capitol.
Senate Democrats, Including Cardin, Van Hollen, Reintroduce Bill To Allow Immigrants With Protected Status To Become Legal ResidentsA group of more than 20 Senate Democrats, including Maryland Sens. Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen, have reintroduced legislation designed to allow some immigrants with temporary protected status to apply for legal permanent residency.
McKinsey Agrees To Pay Nearly $600M Over Opioid Crisis, Including $12M To MarylandThe business consultant McKinsey & Company agreed to pay nearly $600 million for its role in consulting businesses on how to sell more prescription opioid painkillers amid a nationwide overdose crisis.
Guinness Parent Company Diageo Gives $10M To Historically Black Colleges, Including Morgan State, Bowie StateBritish-based beer and spirits maker Diageo is giving a combined $10 million to 25 historically Black colleges and universities across the United States, continuing an upswell of giving to the institutions following last summer's racial justice protests.
Democrats Introduce Bill To Raise Minimum Wage To $15 By 2025Seeking to fulfill a long-standing Democratic ambition, a coalition of lawmakers introduced a bill on Tuesday that would raise the national minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Reward Upped To $75K For Info About Suspect With Pipe Bombs On Day Of US Capitol RiotsOfficials have increased the reward for information about a person who left two pipe bombs in Washington, D.C., on the same day as the U.S. Capitol riots.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's Request For Presidential Disaster Declaration Ahead Of Inauguration Denied, FEMA SaysMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan's request for a Presidential Disaster Declaration ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday has been denied, a FEMA spokesperson said Monday.
Justice Department Watchdog Opens Probe Into U.S. Capitol Riot ResponseThe Justice Department's internal watchdog said Friday that it will investigate how the department and its law enforcement agencies prepared for and responded to last week's riots at the U.S. Capitol.
FBI Tracking 'Extensive' Online Chatter About Armed Protests Leading Up To President-Elect Joe Biden's InaugurationThe FBI is tracking an “extensive amount of concerning online chatter,” including calls for armed protests leading up to next week's presidential inauguration, Director Chris Wray said Thursday.
Clothing Company Christopher & Banks Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Plans To Close 'Significant Portion, If Not All' StoresWomen's clothing retailer Christopher & Banks filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Thursday and plans to close "a significant portion, if not all" of its stores, the company said.