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Maryland inmate charged with threatening Obama

GREENBELT — Federal authorities say a Maryland inmate has been charged with threatening President Barack Obama and a federal judge in letters. Forty-year-old Willie Ray Bryant was indicted Monday in U.S. District Court in Greenbelt. According to the two-page indictment, ...

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Former Pizza Boli’s franchisee enjoined

A federal judge in Baltimore has granted in part a motion for a preliminary injunction against a former Pizza Boli’s franchisee in Washington, D.C., prohibiting him from using the company’s trademarks and operating the franchise restaurant. Baltimore-based franchisor Prosperity Systems ...

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CoStar wins copyright infringement lawsuit

A federal judge has awarded more than $1.1 million to a major Washington, D.C.-based commercial real estate information company as compensation for unauthorized use of its online property database. After holding a two-day bench trial in Greenbelt in late October, ...

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Federal judge in Virginia declares Obama health care law unconstitutional

RICHMOND, Va. — A federal judge declared the foundation of President Barack Obama’s health care law unconstitutional Monday, ruling that the government cannot require Americans to purchase insurance. The case is expected to end up at the Supreme Court. U.S. ...

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Judge weighs Cangene closure against need for cancer treatment

A federal judge could decide as early as Wednesday whether a Baltimore drug manufacturer must cancel a long-planned winter shutdown to make hundreds of thousands of doses of a colorectal cancer treatment. But if the judge’s candid comments at the ...

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Judge orders Maryland to extend deadline for overseas voters

Maryland must extend its absentee ballot deadline by 10 days to accommodate uniformed service members or those who are otherwise overseas, a federal judge ruled Friday Judge Roger W. Titus’ preliminary injunction comes in a U.S. District Court case brought ...

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