According to court records, Christopher Paul Hasson found inspiration in a 1,500-page manifesto prepared by Anders Behring Breivik, a right-wing Norwegian extremist who killed 77 people, many of them children, in a bomb-and-gun rampage in 2011 that he called his “martyrdom operation."
From St. Mary's County to Parkland, the Orlando Pulse night club to the Las Vegas concert, and Sandy Hook to the Oklahoma City bombing, each of the individual's who carried out these heinous acts had something in common: a history of domestic violence or misogynistic attitudes toward women.
Gov. Larry Hogan plans to shell out $125 million to outfit Maryland schools with metal detectors and panic buttons, yet he’s only willing to spend the bare minimum to ensure Baltimore City schools have heat. If he really wants to ensure our children have a future, he should fund their educations.
I don't know about you, but I'm totally fed up with seeing innocent Americans slaughtered by evil people with murder in their hearts and weapons of mass destruction in their hands. Every time this happens, we spend a few days wringing our hands and trying to figure out what to do about it, and it inevitably devolves into an argument about gun rights that goes nowhere.
A federal judge on Tuesday upheld the constitutionality of Maryland's ban on assault rifles and magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds, handing at least a temporary victory to state officials who say the measures will save lives.
On the one year anniversary of the Newtown schoolhouse massacre, dozens of people stood in a Baltimore church and solemnly shook bells, an audible symbol of their desire to make noise about the issue of gun violence in America.
By By Carrie Wells and Erin Cox and The Baltimore Sun
Founded on $1.2 million in state funding provided under the gun-control legislation that took effect this month, new Maryland center aims to target psychosis in a fresh way: By identifying it in the earliest stages and providing support before symptoms can spiral out of control.
The search warrant for the home of Adam Lanzo, who went on a murderous pre-Christmas rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn., mentioned some books, which could have been Adam's or his mother's.
Fourteen members of the defending national champion Loyola men's lacrosse team took time from their holiday break today to travel to Newtown, Conn., and lead a youth clinic in the town rocked by a mass shooting last month at Sandy Hook Elementary School.