San Diego Woman From Maryland Shot, Killed While Pro-Trump Rioters Stormed The US CapitolA San Diego woman was shot and killed Wednesday when a mob of pro-Trump rioters rushed the U.S. Capitol building, causing lawmakers to flee and shelter in place during the Electoral College vote certification.
Rep. Andy Harris Won't Resign As Democrats Call For Him To Step Down Following Alleged Scuffle On House Floor During Election Certification VoteA Maryland delegate and the Maryland Democratic Party are calling for the removal of Rep. Andy Harris after he was reportedly involved in a scuffle on the House floor as Congress debated over the certification of election results overnight.
After Excusing Violence, President Trump Acknowledges Biden TransitionPresident Donald Trump for the first time acknowledged his defeat in the Nov. 3 election and announced there would be an "orderly transition" on Jan. 20, Inauguration Day, after Congress concluded the electoral vote count early Thursday certifying President-elect Joe Biden's victory.
Lawmakers Vow To Investigate Police After U.S. Capitol BreachLawmakers are vowing an investigation into how law enforcement handled Wednesday’s violent breach at the Capitol, questioning whether a lack of preparedness allowed a mob to occupy and vandalize the building.
4 Dead, At Least 52 Arrested After Pro-Trump Mob Storms U.S. CapitolDC Police say four people died and at least 14 officers were injured after Trump supporters, police clashed at U.S. Capitol.
'We Love You, You're Very Special': President Trump Tweets Message, Later Removed, To Rioters Storming The U.S. CapitolPresident Donald Trump tweeted a since-removed recorded message on Wednesday telling his supporters who rushed the U.S. Capitol building, "it's time to go home now."
DC Curfew In Effect After Chaos Unfolds On Capitol, Request For Additional National Guardsmen Denied By DODDC Mayor Muriel Bowser has issued a citywide curfew starting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 6.
Riots At Capitol Building Were 'An Act Of Domestic Terrorism', University Of Maryland Professor SaysMichael Greenberger, with the University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security and a professor at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, called Wednesday's riots at the Capitol building an act of "domestic terrorism."
'Dangerous Coup Attempt': Maryland Lawmakers, Forced To Shelter In Place Amid Riots At Capitol, Blast Trump: He 'Needs To Stop This Now'Maryland lawmakers were among those ushered to safety as the protesters entered the Capitol building.
Maryland Law Enforcement Officers Heading To DC To Help Quell Riots At US CapitolMaryland State Police troopers are heading to Washington, D.C., to help restore order after protesters stormed the U.S. Capitol, Gov. Larry Hogan tweeted Wednesday evening.
Thousands Cheer Trump At 'Save America' Rally Protesting Election ResultsAs Congress prepared to affirm President-elect Joe Biden's victory, thousands of people lined up before sunrise Wednesday to show their support for President Donald Trump and his baseless claims of election fraud.
Marylanders Could See Unemployment Benefit Delays After Lapse Due To Trump’s Late Signing Of COVID-19 Relief BillMarylanders could see delays in receiving unemployment benefits after they lapsed due to President Donald Trump's hesitation to sign an economic relief package.
House Passes Bill To Increase COVID-19 Relief Checks To $2K, But Marylanders Remain Fed Up With Political ProcessHelp for Americans struggling amid the COVID-19 pandemic is coming in the form of stimulus checks and loans for businesses, but the exact amount people will get remains uncertain.
Explosion Rocks In Downtown Nashville On Christmas MorningA large explosion in downtown Nashville Friday morning is under investigation by local, state and federal officials.
'Just Kind Of A Band-Aid': Marylanders, Including Gov. Larry Hogan, Say COVID-19 Relief Bill Doesn't Go Far EnoughHelp is likely on the way for Americans struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic, but while it covers a number of key priorities, some Maryland lawmakers and residents alike say it doesn't go far enough.