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  • Ravens still deciding on LT Monroe's status

    Ravens still deciding on LT Monroe's status
    Left tackle Eugene Monroe excused himself from dinner with head coach Harbaugh Thursday night because he wanted to go upstairs at the team facility and spent more time studying the Ravens' offense. It's been a crash course for Monroe, who the Ravens...
  • Justice system is topsy-turvy

    Justice system is topsy-turvy
    Something is terribly wrong with our system when three elderly peace activists enter a nuclear weapons site in Tennessee, spray paint anti-war slogans and pour blood on the walls as an act of non-violent civil disobedience and are found guilty of two...
  • Baltimore man convicted of Union Square murder by sword

    Baltimore man convicted of Union Square murder by sword
    A 46-year-old Baltimore man has been convicted of second-degree murder in the 2012 city killing of another man over a football debt, in which he used a sword he had concealed in a cane, Baltimore State's Attorney Gregg L. Bernstein's office announced...
  • Bradley Manning sought fame with leaks, prosecutor says

    Bradley Manning sought fame with leaks, prosecutor says
    Army Pfc. Bradley E. Manning was looking for "worldwide notoriety" when he gave hundreds of thousands of classified documents to the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, a military prosecutor said Thursday. Maj. Ashton Fein, delivering the government's...
  • 14 people charged in West Baltimore heroin conspiracy

    14 people charged in West Baltimore heroin conspiracy
    More than 100 ATF agents and local police officers executed search warrants early Thursday and made arrests in connection with the indictment of 14 people in a West Baltimore drug conspiracy case, authorities said. Baltimore Deputy Police Commissioner...
  • Six more convicted in killings released under court decision

    Six more convicted in killings released under court decision
    Six men convicted in killings exited a side door at the Baltimore courthouse Thursday after spending more than half their lives in prison — their freedom secured by a court ruling that found they had received unfair trials because of improper jury...
  • Two corrections officers resign after criminal charges brought

    Two corrections officers resign after criminal charges brought
    Two corrections officers at the troubled Baltimore City Detention Center have resigned after being charged with crimes, authorities said Friday. A Baltimore grand jury indicted corrections officer Sean Graves, inmate Michael Gordon, and a third man,...
  • Federal authorities ensnare criminals in 'reverse stings'

    Federal authorities ensnare criminals in 'reverse stings'
    The robbery would be simple, the five men were told: The crew would burst into a Baltimore hotel room and grab $400,000 worth of cocaine stashed there by an out-of-town supplier. They should bring guns, just in case. But as the men headed to the hotel,...
  • Henson's appeal on Election Day 'relax' robocall rejected

    Henson's appeal on Election Day 'relax' robocall rejected
    A federal court on Monday rejected political consultant Julius Henson's appeal of a $1 million civil judgment against him for an illegal Election Day robocall. The U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a decision that Henson, his company,...
  • Laurel man who attacked clergyman to serve 16 years

    Laurel man who attacked clergyman to serve 16 years
    A Laurel man was sentenced to 16 years in prison in Howard County Circuit Court Friday in the attempted armed carjacking of a clergyman last summer, according to State's Attorney spokesman Wayne Kirwan.  James Holmead Johnston, 27, of the 9800 block...
  • Two from Harford charged with bilking Medicare, Medicaid on prescription refills

    Two from Harford charged with bilking Medicare, Medicaid on prescription refills
    Two Harford County men and a Howard County man have been indicted by a federal grand jury in connection with an alleged pharmacy fraud scheme federal prosecutors say bilked the government out of at least $2.6 million in Medicaid and Medicare...
  • Death-penalty opponents gather to press cause

    Death-penalty opponents gather to press cause
    Kirk Bloodsworth celebrated his 20th year of freedom Friday after he was wrongfully convicted of murder in Maryland and sentenced to death. On Saturday, he joined with activists to mark other anniversaries: 41 years since the U.S. Supreme Court...