Police Release Sketch Of Suspect In Bettie Jenifer's MurderPolice released this composite sketch of the suspected gunman on Friday.
Alleged Dark Web Child Pornography Facilitator Extradited To US To Face Federal ChargesIrish authorities extradited Eric Eoin Marques, 33, to the United States, to face federal charges that he allegedly conspired to advertise and distribute child pornography on the dark web.
Silver Spring Man Convicted Of Bank Fraud Conspiracy, Identity TheftA federal jury convicted Emmanuel Kusi Appiah, 47, of Silver Spring, Md., on Tuesday for a years-long bank fraud conspiracy with losses of hundreds of thousands of dollars. 
Federal Contractor Employee Faces Up To 10 Years For Bribery, Not Reporting Positive Urinalysis ResultsA Maryland man was arrested Tuesday on federal charges alleging that he accepted bribes and illegal gratuities in connection with his employment with a federal contractor, in which he administered urinalysis tests to individuals on federal probation, supervised release and pre-trial supervision.
Judge Refuses To Throw Out NAACP's Lawsuit Over 2020 CensusA federal judge in Maryland is allowing the NAACP to pursue its claim that the U.S. Census Bureau has insufficient funds to properly conduct the 2020 Census, risking a massive undercount.
Man Sentenced For Making Child Porn With Three Girls Ages 2-4The federal jury who heard evidence during his three-day trial in September 2018 found him guilty on each of the 18 counts after less than 30 minutes of deliberation.
Judge Hearing Testimony On 2020 Cenus Citizenship Question A federal judge in Maryland is hearing testimony for a trial involving the Trump administration's addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
Government Urges Judge To Toss NAACP Lawsuit Over CensusGovernment attorneys have urged a federal judge in Maryland to throw out a lawsuit that claims inadequate funding and staffing for the U.S. Census Bureau will lead to a massive undercount of blacks and other racial and ethnic minorities in 2020.
Maryland Man Sentenced To Prison For Scamming ElderlyA Maryland man has been sentenced to nearly five years in federal prison for scamming dozens of elderly people out of hundreds of thousands of dollars by convincing them that they needed to pay taxes or fees to collect lottery or sweepstakes prizes.
U.S. Air Force Member Pleads Guilty To Abusive Sexual Contact With ChildAn Airman in the U.S. Air Force pleaded guilty Wednesday to abusive sexual contact with a child.
Catholic Archdiocese Of Washington Assistant Superintendent Indicted On Mail Fraud ChargesA federal grand jury has indicted Kenneth Patrick Gaughan, 40, of Washington, D.C., on mail fraud charges coming from a scheme to embezzle funds from the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington.