11 Members Of Baltimore Gang '39 Babies' Or 'GreenTeam' Indicted, Officials Still Searching For One FugitiveEleven members of a violent Baltimore gang known as "39 Babies" or "GreenTeam" have been indicted for multiple charges including participation in a criminal gang, first-degree murder, assault, and firearm-related counts.
Maryland Attorney General Issues Pro Bono Call To Action For Marylanders Facing Legal Challenges After PandemicMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh urged attorneys Thursday to offer pro bono assistance to Marylanders in need of civil legal counsel.
Maryland AG Joins Coalition Calling For Facebook To Not Launch Instagram KidsMaryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh joins a coalition of 44 attorney's general urging Facebook to not launch Instagram Kids, a version of the app for children 13 and under.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh Calls For Cancellation Of Federal Student Loan DebtMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is joining a group of other attorneys general calling for the cancellation of federal student loan debt.
Baltimore City Council Members Want Investigation Into Comcast Over Internet Data Usage Fees Amid COVID-19 PandemicThree Baltimore City Council members and the Baltimore Digital Equity Coalition are asking the state to investigate Comcast for what they call “predatory price gouging.”
Maryland AG Report Outlines How State Should Help Residents Recover From Impacts Of COVID-19 PandemicMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh released a report Monday that outlines recommendations to help residents recover from impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
48 Attorneys General, FTC Hit Facebook With Antitrust LawsuitMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is joining 47 other attorneys general in suing Facebook.
Md. AG Brian Frosh Reminding Residents State, Federal Law Prohibits Voter IntimidationWith Election Day less than three weeks away, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is reminding residents they have the right to vote without harassment or intimidation.   
Maryland, 40 Other States Reach $39.5M Settlement With Anthem Over 2014 Data BreachHealth insurance company Anthem and multiple states, including Maryland, have reached a settlement following a 2014 data breach involving the personal data of nearly 79 million Americans, Attorney General Brian Frosh announced this week.
19 Alleged Gang Members Indicted In Drug Investigation, Maryland AG Brian Frosh AnnouncesMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh announced Thursday the indictment of 19 alleged gang members, including a Baltimore rapper allegedly linked to the murder of a former Baltimore basketball star.   
15 Alleged Gang Members Indicted For Drug Distribution, Leaders Also Charged With Sex TraffickingFifteen alleged gang members have been indicted on drug charges following a monthslong investigation spanning multiple Maryland jurisdictions, Attorney General Brian Frosh announced Wednesday.