Md. Man Accused In National Harbor Terror Plot Expected In Court MondayA federal judge previously ordered 28-year-old Rondell Henry be held on a charge of driving a stolen vehicle across state lines. 
Grand Jury Returns Indictment Charging Rondell Henry, Accused In National Harbor Terror PlotA federal grand jury returned an indictment on Wednesday charging Rondell Henry with interstate transportation of a stolen vehicle.
Alleged Terrorist Rondell Henry Will Remain In Jail Until Trial In National Harbor Attack PlotRondell Henry, the Germantown, Maryland man who investigators say stole a UHaul to be used as a weapon at National Harbor, will not be released from jail as he awaits trial.
Rondell Henry, Germantown Man Inspired By ISIS, Allegedly Stole U-Haul To Use As Weapon At National HarborIf convicted, Henry faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison for interstate transportation of a stolen vehicle. 
Hogan Administration Works To Keep Redskins In MarylandThe state quietly made an agreement with the National Park Service back in 2017 to re-purpose the Oxon Cove Park and Oxon Hill Farm as a future stadium site.
Gov. Larry Hogan Joins Casino Workforce CelebrationMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan helped celebrate a milestone with the MGM National Harbor resort and casino.
PG County OKs MGM Casino At National HarborA building plan for a $925 million MGM casino and hotel near the nation's capital has been approved by local officials in Maryland.
PG County Panel To Vote On Casino Next WeekA panel of Prince George's County officials will vote next week on the site plan for a casino at National Harbor.
Prince George's Council To Vote On MGM CasinoThe Prince George's County Council is expected to clear the way for construction of a new MGM casino at National Harbor.
MGM Picks Baltimore Contractor For National HarborMGM Resorts has chosen a Baltimore-based contractor to build its new casino resort at National Harbor in Prince George's County.
Losing Bidders Won't Sue Over Casino LicenseMaryland officials say the two losing bidders for a casino license near the nation's capital have agreed not to oppose a commission's decision to grant the license to MGM Resorts International.