Mexico Arrests Armed Man With Possible Link To Ambush On U.S. Family That Left 9 DeadMexican authorities have made an arrest they believe may be connected to the ambush killings of nine Americans in northern Mexico earlier this week.
Gov. Hogan Joins Coalition Opposing Trump Administration's Withdrawal From Paris Agreement On Climate ChangeMaryland Governor Larry Hogan has joined a bipartisan coalition of governors in the United States opposing the Trump administration's withdrawal from the Paris Agreement on climate change. 
New York City Council Votes To Ban Selling Foie GrasThe New York City Council voted Wednesday to pass a bill banning the sale of foie gras — the fattened liver of a duck — served in fine restaurants and gourmet groceries across the city.
Dozens Of Boeing 737NG Jetliners Grounded Worldwide Due To CracksBoeing announced Thursday up to 50 of its popular 737NG planes had been grounded after cracks were detected in them
Here's How You Can Protect Yourself In An Active Shooter SituationWith two mass shootings in less than 24 hours over this last weekend, some people find themselves scared. Not just about going out in public- but about what to do if they ever find themselves in an active shooter situation. 
There Have Been More Mass Shootings Than Number Of Days In 2019 So Far, Nonprofit Data FindsThe nonprofit "Gun Violence Archive" has been compiling data on mass shootings, and the group found there have been more mass shootings than the number of days so far in 2019.
Nancy Pelosi Defends Baltimore Hometown, Calls Jared Kushner A 'Slumlord'Her advice to Trump: Talk to White House adviser Kushner, "who's a slumlord there, if he wants to talk about rodents."
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.
Colorado Has Now Made More Than $1B From Pot SalesColorado, the pioneering state for pot peddling, has now made more than $1 billion in revenue since it legalized marijuana sales in 2014.
Md. Attorney General Joins Coalition Calling To Forgive Student Loans For Disabled VeteransMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh joined 52 attorneys general on Friday in urging the U.S. Department of Education to automatically forgive the student loans of veterans who became totally and permanently disabled from their military service. 
Two-Thirds Of Americans Want To Keep Roe V. Wade As Is, CBS News Poll FindsThe abortion debate intensifies with questions over whether any of the new state-level bans could make it to the Supreme Court.