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Frank DeFilippo: When the Men With the Guns Come to Town

“When the men with guns who have always claimed to be against the system start wearing uniforms and marching with torches and pictures of...

Md. Joins Suit Seeking to Block Trump’s Latest Census Maneuver

Earlier this week, when the Trump administration announced it would not count undocumented immigrants for the purposes of congressional reapportionment following completion of 2020...

DOJ Seeks 3-Year Prison Sentence for Ex-Lawmaker

Federal prosecutors are seeking a three-year prison sentence for former state Del. Cheryl D. Glenn for accepting $33,750 in bribes from different entities to...

House Votes to Remove Taney Bust From U.S. Capitol, Replace It With Thurgood Marshall

The U.S. House voted Wednesday evening to remove the bust of the late Supreme Court chief justice Roger B. Taney from the U.S. Capitol...

Commission to Decriminalize Md. Seeks ‘Serious Transformation’ of Justice System

After completing their first six months of work, advocates from the People's Commission to Decriminalize Maryland on Wednesday announced their intention to combat state...

Opinion: Time Is Right to Remake Mental Health and Support Systems

Our great American experiment faces its oldest challenge again. We find it painful to see unfulfilled high expectations leading again to frustration, anxiety and...

2 House Speakers in Scandals Involving Energy Giants — What Does It Mean for...

Item: The U.S. Department of Justice announces Friday that Commonwealth Edison, the leading electric utility in Illinois, will pay a $200 million fine for...
Injustice

Opinion: Pinstriped Injustice in a Time of COVID-19 

Dear Seersucker Suit,Hello, old friend. I see that you recently made it down from the attic since you are now fashion-police acceptable in these...

Trump Threatens Baltimore; Raskin Says ‘States Appear Defenseless’

Amid bipartisan criticism of his administration's use of “secret police” and “paramilitary occupations” against Black Lives Matter protesters, President Trump pledged on Monday to...

Maryland Courts Move Into Next Phase of Reopening

The Maryland Judiciary officially moved into the next phase of its reopening plan on Monday, expanding the scope of what cases judges will hear...