Mysterious Seeds To People Across US, Including Maryland, Likely Part Of 'Brushing Scam,' USDA SaysThe mysterious seeds from China showing up in mailboxes across the country, including in Maryland, are likely part of a "brushing scam," the U.S. Department of Agriculture said.
Obama Eulogizes John Lewis: He 'Brought This Country A Little Bit Closer To Our Highest Ideals'Three former presidents came together to honor Congressman John Lewis at his funeral in Atlanta, Georgia, on Thursday, completing a week of memorial services for the longtime lawmaker and civil rights icon.
Civil Rights Icon Rep. John Lewis Lies In State At U.S. CapitolIn a solemn display of bipartisan unity, congressional leaders praised Democratic Rep. John Lewis as a moral force for the nation in a Capitol Rotunda memorial service rich with symbolism and punctuated by the booming, recorded voice of the late civil rights icon.
USNA Graduate, Vet Christopher David Beaten By Federal Agents In Portland: 'They Came Out To Fight'The Navy veteran stands passively in Portland, Oregon, amid swirling tear gas. One of the militarized federal agents deployed by President Donald Trump swings a baton at him with full force. With both hands. Five times.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Announces Cancer Recurrence, Will Remain On The Supreme CourtJustice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said Friday she is undergoing chemotherapy to treat a recurrence of cancer. The treatment is yielding "positive results."
Hogan: Trump Administration 'Bungled' Efforts To Prevent Spread, Detect Coronavirus EarlyIn his new book, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan detailed how President Donald Trump's administration "bungled" efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus early as well as his thoughts on the 2015 Baltimore unrest after Freddie Gray's death.
2 Fugitives Escape Virginia Prison Through Hole In Fence; Marshals Service Offering Reward For InformationThe U.S. Marshals Service is offering a reward for information that helps them arrest two violent felons who escaped from a Richmond, Virginia-area prison on Monday.
Maryland Man Avoids Prison For Threatening Florida Congressperson Who Sponsored Vaccination BillA Maryland man who worked for a Defense Department contractor was sentenced on Tuesday to six months of home detention for threatening to kill a member of Congress who supported vaccination requirements for public school students.
Warrant: Peter Manfredonia, College Student Accused In Killings, 'Just Flipped'A University of Connecticut student charged with killing two people and seriously injuring a third told a witness “he just flipped” when he fatally slashed the first victim with a sword and he was remorseful, according to an arrest warrant affidavit released Monday.
Amid Pandemic, Scores Of US Catholic Schools, Including Baltimore's Institute Of Notre Dame, Face ClosureCatholic schools have faced tough times for years, but the pace of closures is accelerating dramatically amid economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, sparking heartbreak and anger in scores of affected communities.
3 Baltimore Area Nordstrom, Nordstorm Rack Stores To Reopen ThursdayThree Baltimore-area Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack stores will open their doors Thursday after being closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
George Floyd Death: Protest Held In Baltimore's Inner HarborA group of demonstrators gathered in downtown Baltimore Friday night to protest the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died in police custody in Minneapolis.
George Floyd Death: Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Says It's Not Fair To Compare With Freddie Gray CaseThe death of George Floyd in Minneapolis drew comparisons to the 2015 death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore, but Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said he doesn't believe it's a fair comparison.
14 US Attorneys General, Including Frosh, File Brief Calling For End To Immigration Arrests At State CourthousesMore than a dozen attorneys general, including Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, have filed a brief in a case out of Massachusetts that stops federal immigration arrests from happening in or around state courthouses without a warrant or court order.
Pier 1 Imports Plans 'Orderly Wind-Down' Of Operations, Says Coronavirus Prevented Them From Finding BuyerPier 1 Imports has asked a bankruptcy court to allow it to begin an "orderly wind-down" of its operations after failing to find a buyer.