Maryland will receive more than $600,000 from an $18.5 million settlement with Target Corp. over a massive data breach that occurred before Christmas in 2013. Maryland joined 46 other states and the District of Columbia in the settlement, announced Tuesday, which ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — Two weeks into his new job as deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein was vaulted into the national spotlight after authoring the memo that figured in to Tuesday’s dismissal of FBI Director James Comey. Lauded as a low-key, precise ...Read More »
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh on Tuesday said city residents can trust her administration to follow through with reforming the city’s police department even if the Justice Department backs away from a consent decree outlining a recommended overhaul. The Baltimore Police ...
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GREENBELT — A grand jury has indicted a former state delegate on bribery charges in a case involving liquor sales in Prince George’s County. Democrat Michael Vaughn of Bowie resigned less than an hour before this year’s legislative session started, ...Read More »
Under Armour Monday announced it was releasing the company’s first collection of apparel made in the United States, at its Lighthouse facility in City Garage at Port Covington. A women’s sports bra and legging set, called Arris Project, features an innovative ...
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Two Maryland companies were part of a breakfast meeting with President Donald Trump Monday morning, where the president said he would impose a “substantial border tax” on companies that move manufacturing oversees. Trump also promised tax breaks to companies that ...Read More »
The swearing-in to the House of Delegates of a former legislative aide to then-Sen. Catherine Pugh has been delayed indefinitely due to charges that he violated state laws related to campaign contributions. Gary Brown Jr. was scheduled to be sworn-in to ...Read More »