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Maryland man accused of trying to support Islamic militants

A Maryland man has been arrested and charged with trying to provide support to Islamic State militants. Thirty-year-old Mohamed Elshinawy of Edgewood was arrested Friday after a months-long investigation. An FBI affidavit says Elshinawy, who was to appear in court ...

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Porter trial: Defense rests after testimony officer exceeded his duty

The defense rested Friday in the manslaughter trial of Baltimore police officer William Porter after a department captain testified Porter went beyond his duty to assist the driver of the police van in which Freddie Gray’s neck was broken. Baltimore ...

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Montgomery Co. police chief: ‘Little chance of real justice’ in officer’s death

ROCKVILLE — A suburban Maryland police chief says “there’s little chance of real justice” in the death of an officer who was hit by a suspected drunken driver. An angry Montgomery County Police Chief Thomas Manger said Thursday that “Maryland ...

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Md. juvenile services’ screening initiatives reducing unnecessary detention

A decline in the number of juveniles securely detained in Maryland is expected to continue, thanks to ongoing modifications and tools in use by the state’s Department of Juvenile Services to standardize the intake process.

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Police ID man shot, killed by clerk in Md. liquor store robbery

TOWSON — Baltimore County police are identifying a Baltimore man they say was shot to death by a clerk while trying to rob a Towson liquor store. Police identified the man Tuesday as 25-year-old Claude Mayo. Police say Mayo and ...

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Ex-CEO conviction historic, but short of prosecutors’ hopes

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Surrounded by TV cameras outside a federal courthouse, former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship stood quietly and let his attorney do the talking after being convicted on a misdemeanor conspiracy charge in connection with the deadliest U.S. ...

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