Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein approved the continued surveillance of a Trump associate last year, according to a report in the New York Times on Monday that once again thrust the former U.S. Attorney for Maryland into the spotlight.
The chair of the Baltimore City Council’s public safety committee, a close ally of new Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa, on Friday called for the removal of the police department’s internal affairs chief after claims made during the ongoing federal trial of a corrupt gun unit.
Maryland attorneys argued in federal court Thursday that the state has been harmed by payments President Donald J. Trump’s real estate company receives from foreign governments and other states, and that those transactions violate one the nation’s earliest efforts to combat corruption.
While at first blush, an increase in domestic violence cases might seem like a bad thing, in reality, it is a positive sign that efforts by law enforcement, prosecutors and community groups are empowering victims.
Two top-ranking Baltimore police officials in charge of implementing reforms and the city’s consent decree with the U.S. Department of Justice have both resigned following the mayor’s firing of the police commissioner last week.
A Harford County man was arrested and charged Tiuesday after a Maryland Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force investigation developed evidence supporting charges of possession and distribution of child pornography.
Baltimore mayor: Because I believe we can do so much better and must achieve progress faster, it is why I determined the need to appoint new leadership at police headquarters. Like me, Commissioner-Designate Darryl De Sousa is impatient.
Darryl De Sousa, the new Baltimore Police commissioner, said Monday that his stepped up deployment of officers — dubbed Operation Blitz — had yielded results and previewed plans to further reshape the department he was appointed to lead Friday.
Two Baltimore Police officers charged in perhaps the biggest corruption scandal in the agency’s history go on trial Monday in U.S. District Court, The Gun Trace Task Force trial is likely to add new details — and raise new questions.
A new study of Baltimore police strategies to combat gun violence from 2003 to 2017 has concluded the most effective was the so-called “hot spots” program that sent plainclothes detectives into violent neighborhoods to focus on illegal gun possession and individuals with a history of gun offenses.
The Trump Administration announced Thursday it would rescind an Obama-era policy not to prosecute minor marijuana crimes, raising questions about whether Maryland's fledgling medical cannabis industry would be affected.
BPD commissioner: In an effort to report information that speaks to our organizational health but is rarely the subject of a local newspaper story, I want to share some things you just don’t hear about as often as I think you should.
President Donald Trump seems to have one opinion of law enforcement officers when they are shooting unarmed African-American men, and another opinion of them when they are investigating him and his associates.
Opponents of Sinclair Broadcast Group's proposed acquisition of Tribune Media are reacting to reports that the Federal Communications Commission plans to fine Sinclair $13.3 million over undisclosed advertisements.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is assigning three additional prosecutors to the U.S. Attorney’s office in Maryland, part of a broader reallocation the Justice Department announced Friday to confront violent crime.
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein faced sharp questioning Wednesday from congressional Republicans following revelations that two officials assigned to the department’s ongoing Russia probe exchanged text messages critical of President Donald J. Trump during last year’s campaign.
The public will soon have a chance to comment on a proposed monitoring plan for Baltimore’s implementation of police reforms mandated under its consent decree with the Justice Department, according to an updated timeline approved by U.S. District Judge James K. Bredar on Wednesday.
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 State of Maryland will receive nearly $10 million from Epipen maker Mylan, part of a $465 million settlement with the Department of Justice over allegations of that it overbilled Medicaid for the life-saving device.
An Ellicott City man and former employee of the National Security Agency pleaded guilty Friday to removing classified documents and bringing them home – the latest in a series of similar breaches at the spy agency.
Residents gathered Tuesday night at the second public meeting on the Baltimore police consent decree expressed frustration over what they said was the slow process of the monitors, asking why they weren’t in the Harlem Park neighborhood that was shut down for days after the fatal shooting of Detec
The independent monitoring team overseeing the Baltimore police consent decree said Tuesday night that it is keeping an eye on complaints from a Harlem Park neighborhood after it was shut down last week for an investigation into the killing of a police detective.
Attorneys for Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. began his defense at his administrative trial in the death of Freddie Gray on Thursday by calling a series of police witnesses whose testimony highlighted policy and training failures by the city police department.