Rondell Henry, 28, of Germantown was arraigned on one count of interstate transportation of a stolen vehicle. He was indicted April 10 on the charge, which carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.
The defense attorney for a Maryland man accused of planning an Islamic State-inspired attack at a shopping and entertainment complex near Washington, D.C., has asked a judge to be skeptical of authorities' claims
A Maryland man inspired by the Islamic State group plotted to ram a stolen U-Haul truck into as many pedestrians as possible at a popular convention and tourist destination just outside the nation’s capital, federal prosecutors said Monday.
Historians are people too. The gift of historical knowledge makes us no less prone to snap judgements. In the context of Black History Month, I am reminded of this as I considered the case of Hoda Muthana, the young American widow of an ISIS soldier, who wants to be re-admitted to the U.S.
The saddest part about the recent terrorist attacks in the U.K. — aside from the actual horror for the victims and their families, of course — was that there was so little new to say about it. But that didn't stop anyone. Everyone backed into their usual rhetorical corners, filling in the blanks on the familiar post-terror conversation like it was a game of Mad Libs, only none of the answers were particularly funny.
This Memorial Day arrives at a time when many American have tuned out the war in Afghanistan. Combat operations were declared over in 2014, and yet service members continue to die, including five in 2016 and 2017 who have ties to Maryland. Their relatives and a military history speak about what to many is a forgotten war.
America is unique among all the major Western democracies in that it is the only country in which a sizable percentage of its Muslims are native-born African-American converts. This group has flourished as part of the American experiment. The First Amendment's guarantees of freedom of speech and religion have provided the foundation for the African-American Muslim community's success and resiliency. Members have fought in every major American war. They are doctors, lawyers, sports figures,
A day after an executive order halted the flow of refugees to the United States, immigrant advocates in Maryland and elsewhere condemned a policy they said punishes innocent people fleeing violence while failing to make the nation more secure
Nearly 200 Maryland National Guardsmen parted with their families at the base in Edgewood Sunday, boarded buses and left for a month's training in Fort Hood, Texas. They are scheduled to serve nine months in the Middle East.
Nearly 200 Maryland Army National Guardsmen parted with their families Sunday at the base in Edgewater. They boarded three buses and left for a month's training in Fort Hood, Texas, then nine months in the Middle East.
Attack planes from the Maryland Air National Guard are aiding a major offensive to wrest control of Mosul from the Islamic State, joining a battle that could all but dislodge the terror group from Iraq.
Fact: ISIS kills mostly Muslims. Terrorists overall kill mostly Muslims. Yet fatalities due to terrorism in Muslim countries hardly draw any attention from the media, while isolated attacks in the Western world lead to great outpourings of sorrow. One can't help but wonder if the only factor for the seeming apathy toward Turkey's and Iraq's victims is Islam.