Maryland Man Bryan Betancur Arrested After GPS Monitor Places Him At US Capitol During Riots, Prosecutors SayA self-professed white supremacist from Maryland was arrested Sunday after his GPS monitor placed him at the US Capitol during the riots on January 6
National Aquarium Shut Down Temporarily For Social Distancing, Overcrowding IssuesThe National Aquarium in Baltimore is temporarily closed Sunday after a health inspection found some issues with their social distancing practices.
COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 2,400 New Cases And 25 Deaths Reported SundayAs Maryland prepares to enter into vaccine phase 1B the state added more than 2,400 new COVID-19 cases and 25-deaths on Sunday, data from the state's health department shows.
Buffalo Bills Fans Donate To Lamar Jackson's Favorite Charity After Ravens QB's ConcussionAfter the Ravens' loss, Bills fans started donating to one of Jackson's favorite charities, Blessings in a Backpack.
Safe Streets Leader Dante Barksdale Shot, Killed In Southeast BaltimorePolice are investigating after a man was shot and killed in southeast Baltimore on Sunday.
FBI Vetting Guard Troops In DC Ahead Of Inauguration Amid Fears Of Insider AttackU.S. defense officials say they are worried about an insider attack or other threat from service members involved in securing President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, prompting the FBI to vet all of the 25,000 National Guard troops coming into Washington for the event.
Wesley Allen Beeler Arrested Near U.S. Capitol With 500 Rounds Of Ammo, Loaded GunA Virginia man was arrested at a Washington D.C. checkpoint just a mile from the U.S. Capitol Friday night with over 500 rounds of ammunition, a loaded handgun and fake credentials.
'Feelin' Cute. Might Start A Revolution': Virginia Man Jacob Hiles Posted On Facebook As He Allegedly Stormed U.S. CapitolA warrant is out for the arrest of a Virginia man who allegedly stormed the U.S. Capitol riots last week.
National Guard Troops Pour Into DC As States Answer Call To Safeguard City Ahead Of Inauguration, Possible ProtestsBy the busload and planeload, National Guard troops were pouring into the nation's capital on Saturday, as governors answered the urgent pleas of U.S. defense officials for more troops to help safeguard Washington even as they keep anxious eyes on possible violent protests in their own states.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of President-Elect Joe Biden's InaugurationMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan declared a State of Emergency in the state Friday ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration.
Former Maryland Senate President Mike Miller Dies At Age 78Thomas V. "Mike" Miller, Jr., the former President of the Maryland Senate, died Friday afternoon, his family said. He was 78.
26 Baltimore Police Officers Headed To DC To Help With Inauguration SecurityTwenty-six Baltimore Police officers will be headed to Washington DC next week to help with security around Joe Biden's inauguration.
Maryland Officials Hope Training Programs, Employer Incentives Help Unemployed Find JobsMaryland saw a jump in unemployment claims and lawmakers hope to make tackling the unemployment crisis a focus of the new administration.
Stimulus Check Update: 'I Believe We Have A Moral Obligation,' Says President-Elect Joe BidenPresident-elect Joe Biden disclosed plans for a $1.9 trillion stimulus package designed to counter the worsening COVID-19 pandemic and support the sinking economy.
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.
31.5K Marylanders Filed For Unemployment Last WeekThe number of Marylanders who filed for unemployment nearly tripled in just one week, according to the state's Department of Labor.
Anne Arundel County Extended COVID-19 Restrictions, Permits 'Garden Dome' Seating At RestaurantsAnne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman is extending COVID-19 restrictions with some adjustments due to a continuation of high case and hospitalizations numbers.
Surging Stock Market Reflects 'Very Bright Outlook' For Economy, Finance Prof SaysThe stock market has enjoyed a historic rise, despite the pandemic and political upheaval, and looks poised to continue growing through 2021 and beyond.
Gov. Hogan Announces $30M In COVID-19 Relief For Entertainment VenuesThe state of Maryland is allocating $30 million in emergency relief for music and entertainment venues, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Friday.
Dr. Dre's Brain Aneurysm Puts New Spotlight On Condition. Equipment To Save Lives Is Here In MarylandDr. Dre said he's doing great and recovering at a Los Angeles hospital after suffering a brain aneurysm. His recovery shows surviving the condition is possible, and revolutionary medical equipment to help stop an aneurysm is available in Maryland.
Powerball, Mega Millions Combined Jackpots Approaching $1 BillionIt might be time to take a chance on that big lottery dream. Maryland Lottery announced that the Powerball and Mega Millions combined jackpot is approaching $1 billion.
Director David E. Talbert Says Latest Film, 'Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey,' May Not Have Happened Without BaltimoreOne of the best parts of the holiday season are the movies, and one of this year's must-see hits, "Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey," has a number of Baltimore ties. In fact, the film's director said without the time he spent in the city, he may not be where he is today.
Families Continue Christmas Tradition At Movie Theaters Despite COVID-19 PandemicFor some families, going to the movies is a Christmas tradition. While the COVID-19 pandemic has led some movie studios to put new releases in theaters and online, some movie fans feel it's important to see the films on the big screen.
NORAD Tracker | When Is Santa Coming To Maryland?Merry Christmas Eve! Santa Claus is already delivering gifts and is expected to arrive in Maryland later tonight.
Though The Pandemic Can Make It More Difficult To Live Healthy Lifestyle, Doctors Say It's More Important Than EverThe New Year is traditionally a time when people start to try living a new healthy lifestyle. In the middle of a pandemic, doctors say that's more important than ever.
Gov. Larry Hogan, First Lady, Lieutenant Governor To Receive COVID-19 Vaccine MondayThe governor's office said they will receive them publicly to help promote the vaccines' safety and efficacy.
COVID-19 In Maryland: 47 New Deaths Reported, Including A Child Under The Age Of 10Maryland added more than 3,000 new COVID-19 cases Saturday and more than 40 new deaths including a child under the age of 10, data from the state's health department shows.
Hot Pockets Recalled Over Potential Glass And Plastic ContaminationThose Hot Pockets in your freezer could contain something more dangerous than piping hot cheese.
In-Person Dining Remains Banned In Baltimore Due To COVID-19 Metrics, Mayor Brandon Scott AnnouncesIn-person dining will continue to be banned in Baltimore due to the city's COVID-19 metrics, Mayor Brandon Scott announced Friday.
Maryland Schools Weigh Pros, Cons Of Returning Students For Hybrid LearningIn just a matter of weeks, some students in Anne Arundel County will have the option to go back into a classroom.
CBS Weekend News, January 17, 2021Police ramp up presence at state capitols amid extremist threats; 10-year-old writes letter to officer hurt during Capitol riot
Live Updates: Small protests held at heavily guarded state CapitolsPresident Trump remained out of sight in his final weekend in office, facing a second impeachment trial in the Senate.
Olivia Rodrigo's "Drivers License" breaks Spotify recordsAnd that isn't the only Spotify record the 17-year-old songbird's ballad broke this past week.
10-year-old writes letter to officer hurt during Capitol riot10-year-old Emma Jablonski watched in horror as chaos unfolded at the Capitol. She wanted to help the officers, so she took up a pencil. Nancy Chen has her story.
Democrats plan Trump's second impeachment trialDemocrats plan to begin the impeachment trial as soon as this week but President Trump is still searching for a defense team. Ben Tracy reports.
Biden plans ambitious agenda, including undoing some Trump's most controversial policiesPresident-elect Joe Biden's chief of staff has laid out the ambitious agenda for Mr. Biden's first days in office, which includes undoing some of President Trump's most controversial policies. Weijia Jiang reports.
Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny detained after flying back to MoscowKremlin critic Alexey Navalny was detained in Moscow after flying back from Germany, where he spent five months recovering from a poisoning that nearly killed him. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Putin foe Alexey Navalny detained as he returns to MoscowThis is the first time he has returned to Moscow since he was poisoned by a Soviet-era nerve agent over the summer.
Worldwide COVID-19 deaths pass 2 millionCBS News senior foreign correspondent Liz Palmer reports from London on the global impacts of coronavirus.
COVID-19 variant first found in U.K. could be dominant in U.S. by MarchResearch shows it could experience "rapid growth" in the early part of this year.
How the U.S.-Canada border closure impacts small towns and businessesThe hardships of the border closure due to COVID-19 span the entire 5,500-mile border.
Tim Minchin is serious about musical satireMusician, songwriter and comedian Tim Minchin built a following that would take him worldwide. "CBS This Morning" co-host Anthony Mason talked with Minchin about his storybook journey that's taken him from West Australia to London's West End (with "Matilda: The Musical"), and about his remarkable new album, "Apart Together."