Maryland's Attorney General Joins Fight Against RobocallsMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is joining the fight against robocalls.
Multiple Fully-Cooked Poultry Products Recalled Nationwide Due To Possible Listeria ContaminationMore than 135,000 pounds of fully-cooked chicken products from multiple brands are being recalled due to possible listeria contamination, the USDA announced Tuesday.
Temporary System Outage Causes Issues For International Passengers At Some U.S. AirportsA system outage caused issues for passengers flying internationally at multiple U.S. airports Friday evening, but not at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.
Pet Owners Urged To Avoid Certain Texas Tripe Products Due To Salmonella, Listeria ConcernsThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration is telling pet owners to throw away and not feed their furry companions certain kinds of Texas Tripe raw pet foods due to salmonella and listeria concerns.
Monarchs Caught Up In Rewrite Of Endangered Species RuleAdministration officials say the changes, expected to go into effect next month, will reduce regulation while still protecting animals and plants. But conservation advocates and Democratic lawmakers say the overhaul will force more to extinction, delaying and denying protections.
Chick-Fil-A Adds Macaroni & Cheese To Menu NationwideIt's available with any lunch or dinner, including kid's meals, or just by itself.
House Oversight Committee Requests Documents About Firearms Dealers Who Sell Large Numbers Of GunsThe House Oversight Committee, concerned about the involvement of guns purchased from licensed gun dealers in violent crimes, is asking the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for documents to help lawmakers investigate the issue.
Mayor Young Among 214 Mayors Calling On US Senate To Reconvene To Pass Gun LegislationIn a letter to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, the mayors cite two bills that had been passed in the House of Representatives earlier this year that they believe would "greatly strengthen the background check system,"
42 States, D.C. Urge Streaming Services To Limit Tobacco Use In Videos Popular With KidsAttorneys general from 42 states, including Maryland, as well as Washington, D.C. sent a letter Wednesday to leaders of 14 different streaming services, asking the companies to limit tobacco use in videos popular among kids and teenagers.
Israeli Woman Convicted In $145M Scheme To Defraud InvestorsAn Israeli woman was convicted Wednesday of orchestrating a scheme to defraud tens of thousands of investors across the globe out of tens of millions of dollars.
Uruguay And Venezuela Tell Its Citizens To Avoid Traveling To BaltimoreUruguay's Ministry of Foreign Affairs is warning its citizens to not travel to certain cities in the United States- including Baltimore.
Here's How You Can Protect Yourself In An Active Shooter SituationWith two mass shootings in less than 24 hours over this last weekend, some people find themselves scared. Not just about going out in public- but about what to do if they ever find themselves in an active shooter situation.
Maryland Has Red Flag Law That Allows Police To Take Guns From People Who Pose Threats, Mentally IllDuring an address to the nation Monday following two mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, President Donald Trump condemned "racism, bigotry and white supremacy" and showed support for "red flag laws" that would prevent people deemed mentally ill from having access to weapons.
Dayton Officials Call For More Gun Control In Wake Of Mass Shooting -- LatestCity officials in Dayton, Ohio, are held a press conference Monday in the wake of a mass shooting that left nine dead in the country's second deadly shooting rampage over the weekend.
El Paso Shooting | Prosecutors To Seek Death Penalty For Alleged Gunman Patrick Crusius -- LatestAt a news conference Sunday, District Attorney Jaime Esparza announced that the 21-year-old will face a capital murder charge, which makes him eligible for the death penalty.