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The National Security Agency says it found top-secret information on hard drives that were seized in a failed espionage probe, and the agency is refusing to release the computers — despite the continued protests of their owners. In court filings in...
Maryland's constitution calls for the removal from office of any elected official, state or local, who is convicted of a felony or certain misdemeanors. That would seem simple enough, but we have, sadly, at least three examples from recent years in...
Tags: Prisons, Justice System, Lawyers, Trials, Sheila Dixon
A Maryland legislator said he plans to introduce a bill in the General Assembly that would outlaw video game rooms that offer cash prizes for playing a "sweepstakes," saying such operations could effectively put "slots on every corner." Del. Eric G....
On a cold December evening, Baltimore's top prosecutor stood before a roomful of city residents, most of whom would have given anything to be somewhere else. They had all lost a loved one to violence and were assembled to remember the dead. "Although I'...
A Baltimore City woman has filed a lawsuit in federal court against Baltimore County, its Police Department, several officers and officials, claiming she was assaulted and her constitutional rights violated when she was arrested while recording an...
Former National Security Agency employee Thomas Drake accepted a plea deal Thursday that cleared him of espionage charges stemming from an alleged leak of classified information to a Baltimore Sun reporter who wrote about waste and mismanagement at the...
WSBT-TV ReporterEDWARDSBURG – More than two dozen teenagers from St. Joseph County could face criminal charges for underage drinking in Cass County after police busted an underage drinking party at Eagle Lake Yacht Club over the weekend. Police say the 30 kids...
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South Bend TribuneAt least 10 men went to the city of Elkhart this past weekend looking for sex; more specifically, sex they allegedly were willing to pay for. Then, they got their pictures all over the news. The 10 men, each accused of patronizing a prostitute, a...
Thousands lined Pasadena’s Colorado Boulevard Monday for the 123rd Rose Parade that included an Occupy protest, an Iraq war veteran grand marshal and local students who rode atop Glendale’s float. Themed “Just Imagine,” the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Hagerstown grandmother who allegedly entered the United States illegally is in the custody of federal agents awaiting deportation to Mexico, an official from U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement said Friday. Josefina Rodriguez-Vega, 60, whose last...
EAST BETHEL, Minn., Jan. 13 - After years of complaints about malnourished horses, many of the animals infested with parasites and living in hazardous conditions, an East Bethel ranch owner was charged Thursday with 35 gross misdemeanor counts alleging...
Tags: Judges, Justice System, Trials, Heart Murmur, Trials
By Paul Levy Star Tribune, Minneapolis Jan. 24--In what had been described as a potential landmark case involving Minnesota’s first-ever felony charges over alleged starvation of horses, a Swift County judge rescinded those charges Monday,...
Tags: Justice System, Prosecution, Prosecution, Trials, Trials
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