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.
'Not A Red State Or Blue State Crisis’: Hogan, Cuomo Renew Calls For Congress To Approve Coronavirus Financial Aid For StatesMaryland Governor Larry Hogan and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo are renewing their calls for the federal government to quickly approve financial aid to states amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Recovering At Johns Hopkins Hospital From Treatment For Gallbladder ConditionSupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is "recovering comfortably" at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore after undergoing treatment for a gallbladder condition, the nation's highest court said in a statement.
Coronavirus Latest: Majority Of Americans Don't Yet Feel Comfortable Dining Out, Shopping, Poll FindsA Washington Post-University of Maryland poll released Tuesday shows a majority of Americans still don't feel comfortable dining out or visiting clothing stores amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Lawsuit Filed In Maryland Says US Citizens With Immigrant Spouses Should Get Coronavirus Stimulus ChecksThe lawsuit was filed in Maryland on Tuesday on behalf of six American citizens who were denied coronavirus relief checks because they filed and paid taxes with a spouse who has what’s known as an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number, or a way for immigrants without legal status to still pay federal taxes, which millions do.
Trump: Hogan 'Didn't Understand Too Much About What Was Going On' In Terms Of Coronavirus Testing Capacity In Md.President Donald Trump took aim at Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Monday, saying during his daily coronavirus update the governor "didn't understand too much" about the state's testing capacity for the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Response: More Than 26K Maryland Small Businesses Get Loans Through Paycheck Protection ProgramAccording to a report from the SBA, 26,068 businesses in Maryland got more than $6.5 billion as part of the Paycheck Protection Program as of noon on Thursday.
'Trump's Leadership Is Needed': Hogan, Cuomo Renew Call For $500B In Federal Funding For States To Fight CoronavirusGovernors Larry Hogan and Andrew Cuomo are renewing their call for $500 billion from the federal government for states to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Here's What Maryland Is Getting As Part Of The Coronavirus Stimulus PackageHere's a look at some of the programs the CARES Act, also known as the coronavirus stimulus package, will fund in Maryland.
Judge Denies Injunction Against Bank Of America In Lawsuit Over Coronavirus Small Business Stimulus ProgramA federal judge has denied a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction against Bank of America in a class-action lawsuit accusing the bank of prioritizing its existing customers when doling out billions of federal dollars as part of a coronavirus stimulus package.
Coronavirus Response: With Fewer Drivers On The Road, Insurers Including State Farm, Progressive Offering Auto Policy CreditsA number of insurance companies, including State Farm and Progressive, are giving customers bill credits since many drivers aren't taking their vehicles out of the garages.
Gov. Larry Hogan Ask Feds For $500B On Behalf Of States Struggling With COVID-19 ShortfallOn behalf of the National Governors Association, Gov. Larry Hogan and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo are asking the federal government for $500 billion to help states struggling with a budget shortfall due to the coronavirus pandemic.