More than 66,300 Marylanders who have gotten a new REAL ID driver’s license or identification card since 2009 must file identification and residency documents with the Motor Vehicle Administration in the next three weeks or risk having their licenses recalled, the MVA announced Thursday.
That extreme politicization of the national conversation about immigration is part of what makes director David Sutherland’s “Marcos Doesn’t Live Here Anymore,” which airs Monday night at 9 on PBS, such a special documentary.
U.S. District Judge Catherine C. Blake issued a restraining order Monday, directing the Department of Homeland Security and Immigration and Customs Enforcement not to remove Roxana Orellana Santos from the United States, according to court records.
To begin to rectify its long history of bad decisions, Hopkins should work to cut ties to the Homeland Security and Defense departments and immediately terminate all contracts with ICE — and donate the money received from such contracts to Baltimore’s immigration legal defense fund.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen M. Nielsen will address immigration enforcement and international gangs at a news conference in Baltimore on Tuesday.
The Trump administration’s recent decision to end Temporary Protected Status for Nicaraguans living in the country for nearly two decades has made life uncomfortable for some 20,000 Salvadorans living in Maryland under the same status.
Four Democratic members of the state's congressional delegation called Thursday for the Trump administration to reverse its plan to shutter two Maryland facilities that test and analyze biological and chemical threats, arguing their closure would put Americans at a greater risk of attack.
When police and local residents began squaring off near the Mondawmin Metro station in West Baltimore two years ago this week — precipitating one of the most consequential riots in modern American history — it was captured on video by a network of government surveillance cameras. What the footage shows, however, is still a secret.
Three Maryland counties released undocumented immigrants last month despite requests from federal authorities to keep them in jail, according to a report Monday that is a result of one of President Donald Trump's first executive orders.
Anticipating stepped-up efforts to deport people who are in the country illegally, Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh wrote to federal authorities Thursday asking that they declare the state's courts, schools and hospitals off limits to immigration agents.
President Donald Trump's administration Tuesday vastly expanded the number of immigrants in the country illegally who could be targeted for deportation, rolling back Obama-era policies the Republican often skewered during his campaign last year.
Before the Department of Homeland Security presented Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski with an award Wednesday, the Secret Service put on a quick show for the outgoing lawmaker at its training campus in Beltsville.
A law championed by Rep. C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger to get businesses and the government to share information about computer security threats has had limited impact so far because companies are reluctant to hand over data to the government, officials and corporate executives said Thursday.
InfoTeK Corp., a Hanover-based cybersecurity firm, announced Friday it acquired the assets of SilverRhino LLC, a cybersecurity firm that specializes in information technology services for federal agencies..
A state of unease approaching panic has set in for Central Americans living in the country illegally after the Obama administration announced this month it is targeting recent border crossers under a stepped up enforcement effort.
U.S. Customs agents discovered a beetle inside a shipping container in the port of Baltimore that could have posed a significant agricultural threat, the Department of Homeland Security announced Monday.
Only a year into their mission, the National Center for Citizen Safety is staying "survivor strong" as its members diligently raise public awareness of safety protocols in citizen responses to domestic terrorism like the 2014 Columbia mall shooting in preparation for their Survivor Strong 5k Run & Walk on Aug. 30 in Columbia.
Harford County's sheriff is seeking federal authority and aid to conduct a more comprehensive review of the immigration status of people arrested in the county and booked at the local detention center.