Trump Abortion Restrictions Go Into Effect ImmediatelyEffective immediately, family planning clinics that are funded by taxpayers must stop referring women for abortions, the Trump administration said Monday.
'Don't Lie For The Other Guy' | ATF, Local Police Target Illegal Gun PurchasersThe campaign warns against buying guns for others, which officials said can lead to deadly outcomes like in the infamous Joseph Palczynski case.
FBI Says Ransomware Victims Shouldn't Pay, Instead Protect Their SystemsThe computer systems at more than a half dozen cities and public services across the country have been hit by ransomware this year. Baltimore is one of them. That attack could end up costing the city more than $18 million.
Appeals Court Dismisses Emolument Lawsuit Against Trump Brought By Md., D.C.The three-judge panel voted unanimously in Trump's favor, saying the District and Maryland lack standing to bring the suit against the president both in his official capacity and as an individual.
DC Mayor Requests Reimbursement From Trump For 'Salute To America' Parade CostsWashington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser sent a letter to President Trump requesting more funds for the district's Emergency Planning and Security Fund, since major events like the president's 4th of July "Salute to America" parade and President George H.W. Bush's funeral have depleted the fund.
Lee Iacocca, Who Helped Create The Ford Mustang And Then Rescued Chrysler In The 1980s, Has DiedAuto industry icon Lee Iacocca, once one of America's highest profile business executives and credited with rescuing Chrysler from near-bankruptcy in the 1980s, has died. He was 94.
Trump Administration Won't Ask About Citizenship On CensusThe Trump administration says it will not ask about citizenship status on the 2020 census, informing plaintiffs in the census case on Tuesday that it plans to move ahead with printing the 2020 census without the controversial question.
Former Ravens QB Anthony Wright Shot In North Carolina After Argument With Girlfriend's Ex-BoyfriendFormer Ravens quarterback Anthony Wright was shot Monday afternoon in North Carolina.
White Supremacists Increase Recruiting Efforts At Colleges, ADL SaysWhite supremacists posted more propaganda on college campuses for the third year in a row as they tried to recruit members, the Anti-Defamation League said Thursday.
US Lacrosse Joins With Claire Marie Foundation To Lower Melanoma Rates In Young Lacrosse PlayersUS Lacrosse has entered into a new agreement with the Claire Marie Foundation to work together in reducing the diagnosis of melanoma among adolescents and young adults within the lacrosse community.
Community Remembers Nathaniel Day Who Died At Dominican Republic Resort With FianceIt was a somber day as friends and family remembered a Prince George's County man who died while vacationing in the Dominican Republic.
AAA: More Than One Million Marylanders Will Travel For July 4th HolidayAAA predicts more than one million Marylanders will take to the roads, skies, rails and waterways for the Independence Day holiday between July 3 and July 7, a nearly four percent increase over last year.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller Will Testify Publicly Before House PanelsSpecial counsel Robert Mueller will testify publicly before House panels July 17 after being subpoenaed.
Lawyer Who Visited Texas Border Protection Facility Describes "Inhumane" ConditionsThe U.S. government has now removed most of the more than 300 migrant children who were found last week living in squalid conditions at a border protection facility in Texas.
'Sami's Law' Pushes For Tighter Rideshare Safety Measures After College Student's DeathMaryland Sen. Ben Cardin is among several senators who have introduced new legislation to tighten up safety measures on rideshare services.