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Mayor Young Vows to Protect Immigrants During ICE Raids

Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young (D) issued a statement Friday evening about the possibility of an ICE roundup of illegal immigrants in the...

Amnesty International: Victim Compensation Programs Should be Improved

When someone is killed or injured by gun violence, a lot of healing has to occur. Physical injuries, sure. But psychological and emotional and...

Md. Senators Slam ICE Raids as Reckless and Unnecessary

The Trump administration is reportedly gearing up to arrest thousands of undocumented immigrants across the country, perhaps including raids in Baltimore.Sen. Chris Van Hollen...

Hogan Names New Judges in Baltimore County

Three new judges are headed to the District Court for Baltimore County.Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) on Wednesday appointed Guido Porcarelli, Bruce Friedman, and...

Trump Beats Frosh With Dismissal of Emoluments Claims in Appellate Court

A federal appeals court has dismissed Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh’s lawsuit alleging that President Trump’s business interests violate the Emoluments Clauses of...

Amid Public Outcry, Montgomery Lawmakers Look to Create Policing Commission

By Dick UlianoThe Montgomery County Council moved a step closer Tuesday evening to creating a 15-member commission that would advise the council of police...

Lawmakers Welcome Home Man Sentenced as Teen to Life in Prison

A Maryland lawmaker who worked with attorneys and politicians across the country to free a Prince George's County man sentenced as a juvenile to...

Hogan to Fill Top Court Vacancy Sooner Than Expected

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan’s opportunity to begin to remake Maryland’s highest court is coming sooner than anticipated.With no public announcement, Clayton Greene Jr. has...

Montgomery Exec Wants Md. to Get Into the Pot Selling Business

As Maryland lawmakers begin to unearth the issues involved in legalizing marijuana for recreational use, a top local official has an idea that is certain to...

The Capital-Gazette, One Year After: Fierce Gun Control Advocates

Of all the many things to have sprung from the slaughter in The Capital-Gazette newsroom in Annapolis a year ago – from the horrific...