The Maryland Senate this week will vote on overriding Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto of a bill that would allow felons on probation or parole to vote — and one lawmaker, newly installed Sen. Craig Zucker, is getting a second bite at the apple.
A case with the potential to redefine how police use secret cellphone tracking systems heads to an appeals court this week, where Maryland prosecutors will challenge a ruling that found the use of such a device to hone in on the location of a shooting suspect was a breach of his Fourth Amendment rights.
Three cases of the Zika virus have been reported in D.C., all from people who traveled outside of the United States, the city’s health department said.
Daryush Valizadeh, the writer whose website was promoting men’s only gatherings around the globe this weekend before withdrawing support amid security concerns, rejected being labeled a “pro rape” blogger on Saturday and blamed the media for making him the “most hated man in the world.”
Forget about “the sex talk” for a moment, just a moment. There’s another important talk.
Maryland Republican Gov. Larry Hogan announced Friday morning that he would be putting $15 million in a supplemental budget for the Prince George’s Regional Medical Center, easing what has been a point of contention between his administration and General Assembly Democrats.
A federal appeals court challenged the legality of Maryland’s assault weapon and high-capacity magazine ban on Thursday, saying the law infringes on the Second Amendment’s right to bear arms.
It’s been nearly five years since Dwayne Hogue, a former special police officer, pleaded guilty to a gun possession charge that stripped him of his livelihood.
Former D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray announced Thursday that he will run for the Ward 7 seat on the D.C. Council this year, setting up a June 14 Democratic primary showdown with his former protege, council member Yvette Alexander.
Maryland legislators are trying to clean up the elections process and make it easier for voters, but they are split on how best to encourage transparency.
Vincent Condol Gray, the former mayor, announced Thursday that he is heading back to the campaign trail to run for the Ward 7 D.C. Council seat held by Yvette Alexander, another Democrat — and he could win.
No charges will be filed against a Metro Transit police officer who confronted and fatally shot a man wielding a tree branch inside a D.C. subway tunnel last year.