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Unregistered, unserialized weapons produced with Polymer80 parts have turned up at crime scenes across the country, but state-level efforts to close ghost gun loopholes continue to fall short.

Maryland’s top federal prosecutor announced what he called a series of ‘exceptional action’ that his office will undertake to quell violence in the city of Baltimore.

Following a spike in hate crimes and other incidents targeting minorities and their places of worship, a new alert system led by civil rights leaders in Maryland has gone live.

Black’s 2018 death became a flash point for the police reform movement in Maryland.

In contrast to two years ago — when appointed circuit court judges in three major jurisdictions around the state failed to survive the process…

As Brian Frosh prepares to leave office, unanswered questions about where abuse probe stands.

The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday passed a ban on semi-automatic firearms — the weapons used in multiple mass shootings during the last three…

The CEOs of major gun manufacturing companies told a U.S. House panel on Wednesday that their production of AR-15-style guns did not contribute to…

A Maryland lawmaker has been charged by state prosecutors with multiple counts of misconduct in office, theft and embezzlement related to rental payments for…

Republicans on the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee and law enforcement witnesses at a Tuesday hearing blamed recent violence against officers on anti-police rhetoric, while…