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State Files Charges Against Ex-Police Chief Associated With Anton Black Death Investigation

The Maryland State Prosecutor's Office has charged a former Greensboro police chief with misconduct in office for misrepresenting qualifications of a town police officer...

Joint Panel to Defer Action on Legalizing Marijuana

The Maryland legislature is unlikely to seriously consider the legalization of marijuana next year.Leaders of the General Assembly’s Marijuana Legalization Workgroup said Wednesday that...

Anne Arundel Pols Show Bipartisan Love for County’s Judges

In an unusual display of bipartisan support, most of the Democratic and Republican elected officials from Anne Arundel County are jointly hosting a fundraiser...

Is DACA Doomed? Supreme Court May Side With Trump

The U.S. Supreme Court appears unlikely to salvage an Obama-era program that has allowed hundreds of thousands of young, unauthorized immigrants known as “Dreamers”...

Lawmakers Cross Bay Bridge to Hear High-Priced Lawyers Argue About Asbestos

It was an improbable setting for a dense and baffling public hearing.The House Judiciary Committee traveled to a waterside resort on the Eastern Shore...

DACA Case Heads to Supreme Court Tuesday

Can President Trump put an end to legal protections for a group of undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States years ago...

Raskin on Trump: ‘The Most Impeachable Thing an American President Has Ever Done’

Only in Montgomery County could a Constitutional law scholar be given the rock star treatment.Now that he’s in the thick of the impeachment fight...

Ex-Lawmaker’s Daughter Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud in Elaborate ‘Scheme’

The daughter and campaign treasurer of former state Del. Tawanna P. Gaines (D-Prince George's) pleaded guilty to a federal wire fraud charge related to...

Hogan Names New State Prosecutor

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) announced Friday that he has appointed Charlton T. Howard III to serve as state prosecutor.Howard will head the...

Elrich: Hogan ‘Shouldn’t Be Mucking’ in Flag Controversy

Montgomery County did the right thing by declining to display a wooden “Thin Blue Line” flag that was given to police officers as a...