The suspect, Snochia Moseley, 26, who lived in White Marsh, died at a hospital where she had been taken after the shooting. She was a temporary employee at the distribution center, Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler said.
By Jean Marbella, Erika Butler, Jessica Anderson and Colin Campbell
Partisan identity is now stronger and more meaningful for many Americans than race, ethnicity or religious denomination — and is viewed as a more legitimate justification for discrimination, says Jonah Goldberg.
If this country were experiencing a cholera or typhus epidemic, various communities would band together immediately to staunch the havoc it was wreaking. In comparison, the epidemic of gun deaths has been met with a lot of hand-wringing and public condemnation by political leaders but not much else. That's not leadership, that's capitulation.
Havre de Grace city council members sent their sympathies to the people of Newtown, Conn., during Monday's meeting, and several said they wanted to see mental health and gun safety better addressed as a result of the shooting that killed 20 children and six adults Friday.
Capt. Mark Kelly, astronaut and husband of former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, speaks at SCALE, the aphasia center near Belvedere Square, Monday, Dec. 10. Giffords, the former Arizona congresswoman, has aphasia since being shot in the head nearly two years ago.
The alleged perpetrator of the shooting of a security guard at the Family Research Council is not representative of the gay rights movement, but advocates for equality face a risk in getting sucked into a debate over whether the organization should be labeled a hate group.
Journalistic mistakes are easy to make in the immediate wake of events like the horrific shootings last week in a movie theater in Colorado. Still, that¿s still no excuse for what happened with ABC News veteran Brian Ross Friday morning on ¿Good Morning America.¿ There¿s a journalistic lesson to be learned ¿ and it¿s not as simple as all of us in the media are too obsessed with trying to be first.
WASHINGTON — Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger, the Baltimore County Democrat who represents two of Maryland's largest military installations, is stepping down from the House Armed Services Committee effective immediately, his office confirmed Tuesday.