COVID-19 Now 3rd-Leading Cause Of Death In The U.S., Johns Hopkins SaysCoronavirus is now the third leading cause of death in the U.S., according to the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Wreaths To Be Placed At Arlington National Cemetery Despite PandemicThe holiday tradition of laying wreaths on graves at the Arlington National Cemetery will continue this year, despite the pandemic.
Nearly 2 Dozen Arrested In 'Million MAGA March' Protests Supporting Trump In DCDemonstrations over President Donald Trump's loss at the polls have resulted in charges against nearly two dozen people in Washington, including a person accused of setting off a commercial firework and four people accused of an assault that left the victim unconscious on the street.
Bickering In Congress Over COVID Relief Bill Could Lead To More Deaths, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan SaysMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan expressed his frustration with the bickering in Washington and the fact that Congress has yet to pass a coronavirus relief bill.
Nancy Pelosi Could Become President Should Election Remain Uncertified By Deadline, Law Prof SaysAs President Donald Trump's team launch a barrage of legal challenges against how ballots are being counted in a number of states, some wonder if Trump will remain in the White House as President should the battle continue into the new year.
Gov. Hogan Says There's 'No Defense' For Trump's Comments 'Undermining Our Democratic Process'Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is the latest state politician to take aim at President Donald Trump as the president's campaign pursues legal action in a number of key battleground states that continue to count ballots that will determine who wins the White House.
Pet Valu Closing All US Stores, Including More Than 2 Dozen In MarylandPet store chain Pet Valu is closing all of its U.S. locations, including more than two dozen stores in Maryland, the company said on its website.
Florida Man Pleads Guilty In $1M Plot To Scam Elderly People Into Sending Boxes Of Cash To MarylandA Florida man has pleaded guilty to a charge that he defrauded more than two dozen elderly people out of nearly $1 million.
Forerunner Of New Federal Plan To Combat Homelessness Didn’t Work As Expected In FloridaThe Trump administration’s push to combat homelessness calls for an expansion of jail-diversion programs meant to keep chronic offenders out of jail for low-level offenses.
Supreme Court Sends Louisiana Police Officer's Suit Against BLM Activist DeRay Mckesson Back To Lower CourtThe U.S. Supreme Court Monday rejected a lower court's ruling in the case of a police officer who sued Black Lives Matter activist and Baltimore civil rights leader DeRay Mckesson after being injured while working a 2016 protest Mckesson organized in Louisiana.
Senate Confirms Judge Amy Coney Barrett To US Supreme CourtThe Senate has confirmed the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court, replacing the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
More Than 25% Of First-Class Mail Not Being Delivered On Time In Baltimore, Report FindsMore than one-quarter of all first-class mail in the Baltimore area is not being delivered on time, a report released this week by the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs found.
As Average Rent Prices Fall In DC, Baltimore Seeing Rates Climb, Report FindsDespite dozens of the largest counties in the country seeing rent prices fall from one year ago, Baltimore rents are increasing at some of the highest rates, a new report found.
Former Maryland Police Officer James Piccirilli, Who Reportedly Fled State After Gun Case Sentencing, Arrested In IndianaA former Maryland police officer who fled the state after being sentenced on a federal charge for possessing an unregistered fully automatic firearm was arrested earlier this week in Indiana, the justice department said.
Barron Trump Tests Positive For COVID-19 Earlier This Month, First Lady SaysBarron Trump tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month, first lady Melania Trump announced in a personal essay posted on the White House website.