On March 30, 94-year-old Anna Chennault died. What history will remember her for is the pivotal role she played in Richard Nixon's 1968 presidential victory — a role that, if it had been widely known at the time, might have deprived Nixon of the White House.
Nathaniel T. Oaks pleaded guilty to two federal corruption charges this morning in U.S. District Court in Baltimore, Judge Richard D. Bennett said — about two hours after Oaks formally resigned his Senate seat in the Maryland General Assembly.
Hours before calling Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to tell him he was being fired from his position, Trump publicly announced Tillerson’s firing in a tweet. With that tweet, once again, Trump demonstrated two things: He has no loyalty to those who serve in his administration and he has no class.
Baltimore County school officials said Monday they don’t believe their contracting with outside businesses was compromised despite the conviction of a high ranking school system employee, who pleaded guilty to bribery-related charges.
Federal agents on Tuesday raided two locations of a Baltimore County pain management clinic. The agents executed search warrants at the Owings Mills and Towson offices of Rosen-Hoffberg Rehabilitation and Pain Management Associates, federal law enforcement officials said.
Maryland lost for the first time on senior day since joining the Big Ten, with an 85-61 defeat to No. 17 Michigan, the most lopsided home loss in Mark Turgeon's seven years in College Park and the worst for the Terps since the Comcast Center opened for the 2002-03 season.
A day after releasing a statement saying he had no connection to agent Andy Miller, Maryland coach Mark Turgeon said in a postgame news conference that neither he nor any of his staff members had any involvement in former player Diamond Stone receiving more than $14,000 in improper payments.
"No American, no President, is above the law," Maryland congressional candidate writes. "We are in a seminal, watershed moment in American history. We are observing a wholesale assault on our American democracy."
Two of the men who were arrested at Fort Meade Wednesday — after the driver of an SUV attempted to enter the National Security Agency compound — have been released, and the third has been handed over to the Howard County Sheriff’s Office, the FBI said Thursday.
The Trump administration on Monday proposed canceling a new headquarters for the Federal Bureau of Investigation that was to be built in Maryland or Virginia, opting instead for a “revitalization” of the agency’s current headquarters in downtown Washington.
The Baltimore City Police Department is its own worst enemy. Those at the top speak about protecting and serving while — through winks-and-nods or sheer incompetence — they condone those in the rank and file who are all about self-serving and terrorizing.
The Court of Public Opinion will now hear the case of the President versus the Departments of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Representing the plaintiff is the President’s highly loyal servant and Chair of the House Intelligence Committee, Devin Nunes.
A convicted Baltimore Police detective testified Monday in the Gun Trace Task Force trial that he used to steal money with Det. Sean Suiter, the city homicide detective whose fatal shooting in November — one day before he was to testify before a federal grand jury in the case — remains unsolved.
Baltimore police Detective Sean Suiter died after being shot while on duty in November — one day before he was set to testify before a federal grand jury in the corruption case involving the department’s Gun Trace Task Force.
The FBI had a recording device inside a Baltimore Police vehicle when members of the Gun Trace Task Force fled the scene of a crash prompted by a high-speed chase, then discussed falsifying paperwork to cover their tracks