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A well-known rapper has been acquitted of drug paraphernalia and marijuana possession in Talbot County on the Eastern Shore.
Anne Arundel County's new county executive says her office is looking into complaints of retaliation against police officers that testified against her predecessor.
Virginia's Attorney General is withdrawing from prosecuting embezzlement charges against a former chef at the governor's mansion.
Federal officials have handed down charges to 14 female corrections officers at the Baltimore City Detention Center, many of whom were smuggling goods into the prison and having sex with inmates.
Maryland becomes the sixth state to repeal the death penalty in the last six years. Diane and guests explore the growing debate over capital punishment.
A former D.C. teacher at the top of the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List for producing child pornography has been arrested and is appearing in D.C. court today.
Guest host Marc Fisher explores the privacy concerns surrounding mug shots, and how websites are profiting from them long after a sentence is served or charges are dropped.
The uncle of the two suspects involved in the Boston Marathon bombings has confirmed that the second suspect is 19-year-old Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, of Massachusetts.
A panel of experts joins Diane for an update on the Boston Marathon bombers and what the deadly incident could mean for keeping Americans safe.
Kojo explores the political dynamics of the gun debate, with a focus on Virginia -- which is still reeling from the Virginia Tech shooting that took place six years ago this week.
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