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Prince George's County police have charged a University of Maryland student for fabricating a story about being robbed at gunpoint.
A woman in Northern Virginia caught the attention of federal authorities after she purchased 31 handguns in less than a month, with the intention of reselling them.
Floyd Lee Corkins has pleaded guilty to three counts in connection to his shooting attack at the offices of the conservative Family Research Council in August, 2012.
The illicit taping of sexual acts by three Fairfax minors has landed them in trouble with the law, charged with the possession and distribution of child pornography.
A new intelligence report warns the U.S. is the target of massive cyber-espionage, mostly from China. What the U.S. is doing to address economic and national security threats posed by cyber attacks.
D.C. police have arrested nine people in connection with a drug investigation in the city's Shaw neighborhood.
Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold, found guilty earlier this week of misconduct for his misuse of his security detail, has formally tendered his resignation.
The son of Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.), captured in a hidden-camera video in October speaking to someone about voter fraud, will not be charged after an investigation by police.
As officials try to get a handle on a recent uptick in heroin use on Maryland's Eastern Shore, we hear from a local man who used the drug for years, and finally beat his addiction.
Maryland could be the next state to abolish the death penalty -- part of a nationwide move away from capital punishment. Kojo examines the local debate over the future of the death penalty.
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