Anne Arundel County police have arrested a Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation police officer after, according to a police report, he drunkenly put his firearm near the head of a neighbor who had pulled over his car to check on his welfare.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan remained upbeat as he passed a milestone in his battle with cancer — the loss of his hair.
Police are investigating two separate killings in the District on Monday — one across the street from the Metropolitan Police Department’s headquarters and the other about a block from the department’s 1st District, also home to the homicide unit.
A Northern Virginia man accused of fatally stabbing a South Korean missionary and seriously injuring the man’s wife at a religious retreat facility in Frederick, Maryland, Sunday night told police he lashed out because he was tired of being treated badly by Koreans.
Bill Garner stopped drawing political cartoons for The Washington Times six years ago, but he never stopped being an artist.
Organizers predict an “eclectic mix” of people on hand to honor military veterans, and to observe the anniversary of the cease-fire treaty signed on July 27, 1953, marking the end of hostilities of The Korean War. Many will gather Saturday Along the National Mall near the reflecting pool to remember the three year “Forgotten War,” which drew 1.8 million Americans into battle; 33,739 died in combat on Korean soil, 103,284 were wounded.
A Texas Republican congressman has introduced legislation that would force the District of Columbia to share more readily with federal authorities information about illegal immigrants arrested in the city with the goal of increasing deportations.
Police in Baltimore say they are investigating after a gun was found in a prisoner holding cell.
When Ken Robinson ran in 2010 to be a commissioner in Charles County, Maryland, he told the local Realtors’ lobby in writing that he wouldn’t raise real estate taxes that can increase the purchase price of a home.
Don’t expect a massive education bill to reach President Obama’s desk anytime soon.
The Navy held a memorial service aboard a warship on Thursday for a sailor who was killed during a shooting in Tennessee that also claimed the lives of four Marines.
First lady Michelle Obama knows how fortunate she was to go to college, as her parents were never educated beyond high school.