Michael Bloomberg calls on Annapolis to talk gun control

Former New York City Mayor, rumored to be considering a run for president in 2020 made a stop in Annapolis Tuesday afternoon. Bloomberg met with about half-a-dozen democratic lawmakers and Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh to discuss gun control. 

Maryland AG race pits national issues against local crime

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, a Democrat, is running for reelection against Republican and political newcomer Craig Wolf — and the race has gotten tighter over the last few months.

Southern Poverty Law Center reports ‘outbreak’ of hate acts following election

According to a new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center, nearly 900 hate incidents have been reported across the U.S. in the 10 days following the presidential election. The national civil rights advocacy group is calling on President-elect Trump to forcefully denounce all acts of hate and bigotry.

Death Row Inmate Appeals Sentence After State Drops Death Penalty

Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler filed a brief with the Court of Special Appeals to change the inmate’s death sentence to life without parole.

Same-Sex Couples Can Prepare for Nuptials

Same-sex couples will soon be able to get Md. marriage licenses

Privacy Infringements Spark Apprehension Among Online Consumers

As consumer suspicion grows regarding websites’ privacy policies, many online privacy advocates and government officials are calling on websites to revamp their policies to better protect users.

Supreme Court Passes on UMBC Student Group’s Appeal

The U.S. Supreme Court Monday declined to hear arguments in a case in which a University of Maryland, Baltimore County pro-life student group claims its free speech was inhibited by having to relocate a graphic anti-abortion display.