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  • Maryland v Farr
    Amateur Hour in Maryland State and Local Government
    DeVine Law would be very surprised if a medical examiner/coroner were allowed to tell a jury that injuries sustained in the back of a van during transport are "evidence of homicide", in any case, but especially when no other person was...
  • Violence in Baltimore
    Violence erupting in Baltimore, seven police officers injured
    Happening now in Northwest Baltimore not too far from Mondawmin Mall, groups of young school aged protestors are rioting and engaging police. Two police cars are currently engulfed in flames. Seven police officers have been injured with one...
  • Nyia Parler, 41 of Philadelphia
    Philly mom who abandoned disabled son back to face charges
    Yesterday, a woman who made national headlines in recent weeks for allegedly deserting her disabled son for days in a wooded area in Philadelphia is facing charges for those actions. 41-year-old Nyia Parler, is accused of leaving her 21-year-old...
  • One Last Ride with Furious 7: D.C. Premiere & Car Show with Automotive Rhythms
    One Last Ride with Furious 7: D.C. Premiere & Car Show with Automotive Rhythms
    The Fast and Furious movie series is leaving us with one last ride through the well-sequenced and high-flying (literally) Furious 7 sequel. Automotive Rhythms turned the Regal Majestic Stadium 20 & Imax in downtown Silver Spring, Maryland into...
  • Picture of Integration & Application Network (IAN) website by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
    The Chesapeake Bay: staying informed
    As a Marylander, it is important to stay informed about the Chesapeake Bay and its health, as it depends on everyone’s actions. Some great sources include the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF), the Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP), and the...
  • Non-citizen voter case goes to Supreme Court
    Non-citizen voter case goes to Supreme Court
    Local and state government officials are registering non-U.S. citizens as valid voters -- even when the non-citizens say they are not Americans on their voter registration forms, a former Justice Department attorney tells The Daily Caller.J....
  • Maryland couple suing government officials for abducting their children
    Maryland couple suing government officials for abducting their children
    A pair of Maryland parents are suing child protective services for abducting their children, according to an April 14 report in the Washington Post. Danielle and Sasha Meitiv have been having an ongoing battle with CPS near their home because they...
  • ‘Free-range’ children again detained by cops and turned over to CPS in Md.
    ‘Free-range’ children again detained by cops and turned over to CPS in Md.
    It was only last month that Child Protective Services (CPS) in Silver Spring, Maryland, found that the so-called “free-range” parents Danielle and Alexander Meitiv were responsible for unsubstantiated child neglect after allowing their...
  • Philly mom abandons quadriplegic son in woods for 5 days to visit boyfriend
    Philly mom abandons quadriplegic son in woods for 5 days to visit boyfriend
    The Philadelphia mother of a 21-year-old quadriplegic male who also suffers from cerebral palsy is accused of abandoning her severely disabled son in a wooded section of Philadelphia’s Cobbs Creek Park sometime before 10 a.m. on Monday,...
  • U.S. Census Bureau shooting and armed kidnapping leaves one guard dead
    U.S. Census Bureau shooting and armed kidnapping leaves one guard dead
    A harrowing sequence of events that began on the evening of April 9 with a man and a woman arguing in a car near the gate leading into the U.S. Census Bureau in Suitland, Maryland, led to shots fired, an alleged kidnapping, a wild car chase and...
  • The  Old  Chesapeake  Railway  Depot,  Chesapeake  Beach,  Maryland
    Chesapeake Beach Railway, Chesapeake Beach, MD
    Chesapeake Beach was once a major resort town on the west coast of the Chesapeake Bay. Although it was not the ocean, it was a great getaway from Washington D.C. to a place that was peaceful and quiet along the water. The pace was so much...
  • Keaway Lafonz Ivy
    Keaway Lafonz Ivy: DC Rapper shot, killed by cameraman while filming rap video
    Keaway Lafonz Ivy, an aspiring rapper from Maryland who goes by the performing name “Kealo,” was found dead of a gunshot wound after his entourage, helping Ivy create a rap video, scattered. A suspect, using as a real handgun reported...
  • NSA Headquarters in Maryland
    FBI investigating shooting at National Security Agency
    The FBI is investigating Monday morning's shooting that left one dead and another man seriously wounded at the headquarters of theNational Security AgencyinFort Meade, Maryland, after two men dressed as women tried to storm the gate. The NSA...
  • Hugh Grant in The Rewrite
    Annapolis Film Festival starts today
    When thinking of Maryland's capital, one usually thinks of sail boats, crabs, and the Naval Academy. However, there is a growing art scene in Annapolis, starting with its film festival which starts today. On its fourth year, the Annapolis Film...
  • Springfield .45
    ‘Right to carry’ may heat as W. Va. governor vetoes carry bill
    The debate over right-to-carry may warm up anew following yesterday’s veto of so-called “constitutional carry” legislation by West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, who used as justification his concerns about public safety.&ldquo...
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