The move came after the Justice Department said it would take the extraordinary step of lowering the amount of prison time it would seek for President Donald Trump's longtime ally and confident.
The former 49ers quarterback first stopped in Harlem to tour the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, which is dedicated to the research, preservation, and exhibition of materials focused on African American, African Diaspora, and African experiences
Derek Jeter and Larry Walker will be inducted on July 26 at the Hall in Cooperstown along with catcher Ted Simmons and former players’ association head Marvin Miller, who were voted in last month by the Hall’s Modern Era Committee
More than 182 million people tuned in to sample a game during the year, a figure which represents the highest viewership the league has drawn since the 2016 season
The study surveyed 2,000 adults online about the rudest city in the country and the respondents ranked the Apple residents at the top of the list
Baltimore-based St. John Properties will give all its employees an average bonus of $50,000 while some veterans could receive as much as $2,50,000
Former defensive lineman Tim Ryan was discussing Jackson's outstanding performance in securing the Ravens' victory against the 49ers on Sunday when he made the controversial comments.
First Lady Melania Trump, 39, was booed by a raucous crowd as she made a speech at the youth summit in Baltimore.
Doctors found her husband regularly took nafcillin, a form of penicillin, in order to treat a heart infection
The former secretary of state who is reportedly rumored to be attempting a 2020 bid celebrated her 72nd birthday on Saturday, October 26
Clinton made a biblical dig at Trump in a comment about Cummings standing up to the "corrupt leadership of King Ahab and Queen Jezebel"
Congressman Elijah E. Cummings died early Thursday at Johns Hopkins Hospital due to complications from longstanding health challenges, his congressional office said
The US Navy corpsman in his mid-30s, known only as Ray, was tending to wounded soldiers who were ambushed by the Taliban when he accidentally stepped on a roadside bomb back in 2010
An image circulating on social media about the establishment's dress code posted at their gate prompted several observers to complain that the rules appeared to discriminate against certain groups of customers
Trump has announced that he would be seeking to ban the sale of flavored vaping products to save young people from the potential dangers of e-cigarettes.
The president said this to the media a couple of days after sacking his third NSA in the form of hardliner John Bolton.
Both Teigen and John Legend are outspoken critics of the President, with Legend previously calling Trump a 'flaming racist'
The nearly two-minute-long clip was posted on the official social media account of the White House and was captioned, "@washingtonpost, is this what you call a 'lost summer'?"
Recidivism, the tendency of a convicted criminal to re-offend, is 14% for those who obtain an associate degree, 5.6% for those with a bachelor’s degree, and 0% for those who secure a master’s degree.
Baltimore has been in news this week — because of the president's tweet — while Cummings has remained mostly silent on Trump's attack
Jamal Lewis, 48, said his 'Make Racism Wrong Again' apparel did not get the most pleasant reception at a local Walmart
In the latest rhetorical shot at non-white lawmakers, Trump said his weekend comments referring to Rep. Elijah Cummings' majority-black Baltimore district as a "disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess" where "no human being would want to live" were not racist.
The president's denigration of a major American city sparked outrage, adding to the criticism he recently received over his racist tweets about four congresswomen of color.
Jimmy's Famous Seafood in Baltimore, Maryland, has released the new beer after having locked horns with the animal rights group over a billboard issue last September
The researchers suggest this is the beginning of fungi adapting to higher temperatures, and call for better surveillance systems
An armed robbery at a drug store in 1975 changed Leslie Vass's life. Until the day of his hearing, he had no idea that he was being framed.
The shooting was reported shortly after 7 a.m. and was captured on video by the body cameras of the officers who responded to the clinic. The man was buzzed into the clinic, and then the situation escalated.
The 'Blue Lives Matter' flag honoring the law enforcement outside the Colorado detention center was spray-painted with the words 'Abolish ICE'
Banks has been in and out of prison several times for murdering and assaulting people close to him. Dominique, his daughter, was reportedly trying to reconnect with him.
25-year-old Alexis Mercedes Boberg has been charged with two counts of a fourth-degree sex offense for having sexual contact with a person while in a position of authority, according to the Anne Arundel County police
Even though 50 police departments said they'd launch investigations into the officers, only one has been fired so far
The researchers defined optimal fruit intake as 300 grams per day—equivalent to roughly two small apples—and optimal intake of vegetables was described as 400 grams per day—about three cups of raw carrots
The baseball star was reportedly shot in the back and was taken to the hospital. The shooting occurred in a burglary attempt, his father is reported to have initially said. Police, later on, confirmed it wasn't a robbery.
The father of the 25-year-old woman had become anxious when she did not arrive home at the estimated time and tracked her location to the intersection of West Timonium Road and Jenifer Road
Heydi Chavarria was last spotted on the 1700 block of McHenry Street in Baltimore, Maryland, wearing a yellow shirt, blue pants, and white shoes
A sentinel was seen placing flags at the memorial in the midst of torrential rain in a video that moved people across the country ahead of Memorial Day on Monday
A gunman reportedly chased down 44-year-old Bettie Jenifer on May 10 and shot her several times, with the kill shot being to the head
Many schools have stuck with the traditional approach of locking down classrooms and letting law enforcement confront the shooter, especially in grade-school settings
Multiple title-winning players and teams have given the traditional White House visit a miss ever since Trump took over. They have often cited the president's controversial politics, particularly when it comes to race, as reasons for their protest
The new law issued by Pope Francis Thursday requires all Catholic priests and nuns around the world to report clergy sexual abuse and cover-up by their superiors to church authorities
She came to office contrasting her clean image with her main opponent, ex-mayor Sheila Dixon, who was forced to depart office in 2010 as part of a plea deal for misappropriating about $500 in gift cards meant for needy families
61-year-old Stephen J. Taubert, of Syracuse, was sentenced to 46 months in prison for making threats towards the former president and the California congresswoman. During his sentencing, Taubert lay the blame for his behavior on social media.
Coal, which has long been the go-to fuel source in the power sector, had already been demoted to second place by natural gas, and now wind and solar power are quickly catching up
Police said the gunfire erupted after 5 p.m. on a block in the city's western district of brick row homes. A man approached a crowd on foot and began firing in what they called 'a very tragic, very cowardly shooting'
The drone delivery has been characterized as a "pioneering breakthrough" advancement in human medicine and aviation technology by the University of Maryland
In New York and elsewhere, lawyers are hard at work recruiting clients to sue the Boy Scouts, alleging they were molested as youths by scoutmasters or other volunteers.
Cierre Wood would reportedly make La'Rayah Davis “run sprints in the apartment, do sit-ups and wall squats" and told police he was “trying to get her on the right path due to her being chunky.”
The White House has at least twice considered a plan to release detained immigrants into "sanctuary cities," three people familiar with the idea confirmed Friday — a plan that critics branded as an effort to use migrants as pawns to go after political opponents
The report is co-authored by officials of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the Institute of Human Virology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine
Austin Harrouff, now 22, murdered Michelle Mishcon and John Stevens, and was trying to eat Stevens' face when police arrived at the couple's home on August 15, 2016
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