St. Jude Medical To Pay $27M For Selling Allegedly Defective Heart DevicesSt. Jude Medical will pay $27 million to settle allegations under the False Claims Act that, between November 2014 and October 2016, it knowingly sold defective heart devices to health care facilities that implanted them in patients insured by federal health care programs, according to a statement from the Maryland District of the U.S. Attorney's Office.
3 More Charged After US Capitol Riot, Including Men Seen In Viral Photos, Department Of Justice SaysThree more people have been charged following the riots at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Justice said Saturday.
Maryland To Get More Than $1.3M In Community Policing GrantsMaryland will get more than $1.3 million in grants for community policing efforts in the state from the Department of Justice, the agency said Thursday.
Baltimore Felon Sentenced To Seven Years In Federal Prison For Illegal Possession Of A GunA Baltimore man was sentenced to seven years in federal prison on Friday for being a felon in possession of a gun.
Getaway Driver Pleads Guilty To Two Baltimore Bank Robberies In 2019A Baltimore man pleaded guilty Thursday to being the getaway driver in connection with two armed bank robberies last year.
Waldorf Man Sentenced To 20 Years In Federal Prison For Producing Child PornographyChristopher Crawford, 40, of Waldorf is sentenced to 20 years in federal prison, followed by 25 years of supervised release, for production of child pornography involving two minors.
Former Defense Dept. Contractor From Md. Indicted For Allegedly Submitting False Claims For Hours WorkedA Gaithersburg woman has been indicted for allegedly submitting claims for hours she worked on a government project when she was not at work.
StarKist Admits Fixing Tuna Prices, Faces $100 Million FineStarKist Co. agreed to plead guilty to a felony price fixing charge as part of a broad collusion investigation of the canned tuna industry. The DOJ said StarKist faces up to a $100 million fine.
Maryland Firm Fined $2M For Bribing Russian Nuclear OfficialA Maryland firm will pay a $2 million criminal penalty for bribing a Russian nuclear official for uranium-shipping contracts.
Baltimore Judge Selects Monitor To Oversee Police ReformsA Baltimore judge has signed off on a monitor to oversee an agreement between the U.S. Department of Justice and the Baltimore Police Department.
US Suspends Enforcement Of Travel Ban, DOJ Moves To AppealThe government on Saturday suspended enforcement of President Donald Trump's refugee and immigration ban and filed notice it would appeal a judge's order, plunging the new administration into a crisis that has challenged Trump's authority and ability to fulfill campaign promises.
Baltimore, U.S. Reach Consent Decree Over PolicingThe Justice Department and Baltimore have reached an agreement on a consent decree that will require the city reform its police department.
Baltimore Mayor Nominee Pugh Reacts To DOJ ReportIt could take decades for Baltimore to turn around its troubled police department following the release of a report by the U.S. Department of Justice that outlined decades of discriminatory practices.
Community Leaders Call For Names of Officers Mentioned in DOJ ReportThere are growing calls for action following the release of a damning U.S. Department of Justice report on the Baltimore Police Department.
Pugh: Turning Around Baltimore Police Means 'All Hands On Deck'The Baltimore City Police Department has vowed to make major changes in the wake of the release of a scathing report from the Department of Justice that found "systemic deficiencies" in the agency's policing methods, including racial bias, excessive force and a failure to properly investigate sexual assaults.