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Federal, state and local law enforcement officials had the chance to exhale Wednesday – albeit briefly – as their collaborative efforts of the last…

In the escalating war of pretrial motions, prosecutors in the public corruption case against Maryland state Sen. Nathaniel T. Oaks are pushing back hard…

Two men arrested by Maryland Capitol Police earlier this month have filed a lawsuit against the department, alleging that their First and Fourth amendment…

Two men arrested by Maryland Capitol Police earlier this month have filed a lawsuit against the department, alleging that their First and Fourth amendment…

The acting U.S. attorney for Maryland is asking the General Assembly’s joint ethics committee to defer any possible action on Sen. Nathaniel T. Oaks…

The acting U.S. attorney for Maryland is asking the General Assembly’s joint ethics committee to defer any possible action on Sen. Nathaniel T. Oaks…

Hundreds of pro-2nd Amendment demonstrators marched near the Maryland State House on Monday night, one week after two members of the group were arrested…

More than a third of the Maryland General Assembly’s 90-day session has passed and thus far, there does not seem to be much of…

A long-stalled measure to give victims of rape the ability to have the parental rights of their attackers terminated is heading to Gov. Lawrence…

Two sign-toting gun rights advocates were arrested near the State House on Monday night for ignoring officers’ orders to move off a public sidewalk. The…