Government agencies in Maryland’s most populous jurisdiction are now banned from cooperating with federal immigration raids or investigations, in what advocates say is the strongest action taken in support
A Chinese diplomat had a fight about race in D.C. with Susan Rice on Twitter. Then he deleted the tweets.
As Beijing faced international criticism for its continued crackdown on Uighurs and other minorities in the Xinjiang region over recent days, a Chinese diplomat based in Pakistan responded by highlighting
CHARLOTTESVILLE — Two weeks after being sentenced to life in prison by a federal judge, avowed neo-Nazi James A. Fields Jr. received a similar sentence Monday in a Virginia court for ramming his car into
If Congress ended a decades-old ban on providing financial aid to prison inmates, states could save hundreds of millions of dollars in correctional costs and boost employment rates, according to a study
The Franciscan Center in Baltimore is planning to use three acres of farmland in Howard County — plus the sweat and labor of friars and volunteers — to grow fruits and vegetables to feed the city’s poor.
With no credible opponent challenging Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) for reelection, the campaign’s most scintillating drama may be whether a man who says he sleeps on sidewalks, buses and in homeless shelters
In a unanimous ruling, a federal appeals court has ruled that employers can't pay women less than men just because they made less at a previous job. The court said a woman's prior salary, whether considered
Juli Briskman, the Virginia cyclist who flipped off the presidential motorcade and lost her job last fall, doesn’t think we should be afraid to speak our minds. That’s why she went to court Wednesday sue
On the fiftieth anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s murder, one of the activist pastors who has tried to follow in his footsteps spoke of the task at hand after half a century. “We cannot be those
The Senate’s top education leaders will consider reinstating Pell grants for incarcerated students, a move that would restore a federal lifeline to the nation’s cash-strapped prison education system. Lamar
(CNN) — Microsoft founder and billionaire Bill Gates says he should pay more in taxes and that the government should require other superwealthy people like him to contribute "significantly higher" amounts.