Catherine Pugh’s attorney Steve Silverman said doctors are hoping to get the embattled mayor “to a level of physical and mental stability so she can make material decisions about what she wants to do next.”
Baltimoreans woke up Thursday to the news that FBI agents were on the move across the city, raiding City Hall and Mayor Catherine Pugh’s homes — among other locations — amid what appeared to be a large investigation also involving the Internal Revenue Service.
As a federal investigation into Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, leaders have pledged to move forward with the work that affects everyday people’s lives. Others in Baltimore are concerned about how the rapidly developing scandal will affect city operations.
Acting Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young has fired three aides to Mayor Catherine Pugh. Young had put them on leave after Pugh herself took an indefinite leave of absence. Pugh is recovering from pneumonia, but also under intense scrutiny over sales of her "Healthy Holly" children's book.
Local prosecutors will continue to pursue hate-crime charges in the fatal stabbing of a black Army lieutenant at the University of Maryland at the state level, after the FBI decided not to pursue charges at the federal level.
Baltimore’s spending board on Wednesday will consider a contract extension and pay raise — to $100,000 a year — for Tyrone Powers, a former FBI agent and consultant to Mayor Catherine Pugh who the city uses to help identify potential police hires.
A new firm has taken ownership of hosting Maryland’s elections data after a federal investigation into the Russian ties of the previous vendor. The state elections administrator says Maryland will use Intelishift and a subsidiary, The Sidus Group, now that ByteGrid is no longer connected to Sidus.
What exactly federal agents were looking for when they executed sealed search warrants at the Taneytown Police Department and multiple locations in Fairfield, Pennsylvania, earlier this week likely won’t be known until the documents are unsealed.
A former Baltimore police officer has admitted to the FBI that he stole money, lied in police reports, and improperly used electronic surveillance devices, federal prosecutors in California said — widening the scope of police misconduct unearthed by the Gun Trace Task Force scandal.
A Baltimore Police officer who resigned from the force in June was being investigated for alleged drug trafficking, with the FBI obtaining a tracking warrant for her phone after receiving detailed allegations from a confidential source, records show.
Recent FBI data show that Baltimore has the worst homicide rate in the nation, and the second highest violent crime rate, yet we shouldn’t worry, counsels Mayor Catherine Pugh, because she's "attacking the root causes of poverty." Lip service to this tired cliche will not help the city.
In Baltimore Speakers Series appearance, former FBI Director James Comey says President Donald Trump is intelligent but lies constantly, treats women like “meat” and failed to properly condemn white supremacists in 2017 in Charlottesville, Va.
The last-minute delay in Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, to allow for an FBI investigation into sexual assault allegations against him, may save the Senate Judiciary Committee from a rerun of the earlier Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill fiasco.
No one thing is going to change the epidemic violence in Baltimore. Every politician, every business, every institution, every police officer and every resident simply needs to do everything they can, and they need to do it better.