{FD} Scalise upgraded as FBI says gunman James Hodgkinson had 200 rounds of ammo in storage unit, FBI investigators say

The shooter who opened fire at a Republican baseball practice last week had more than 200 rounds of ammunition stored at a local storage unit, FBI investigators said.

{FD} Maryland Christian school defends banning ‘immoral’ pregnant teen from graduation

A small Christian school in Hagerstown, Maryland, defended its decision to ban a pregnant teen from walking at her graduation ceremony on June 2.

{FD} Chelsea Manning freed from Kansas military prison

Pvt. Chelsea Manning, the transgender soldier convicted of giving classified government materials to WikiLeaks, was freed from a Kansas military prison early Wednesday morning after serving seven years of her 35-year sentence.

{FD} Prosecutors dropping 2 teens’ charges in school rape case

Prosecutors are dropping charges against two Hispanic teens accused of raping a 14-year-old girl in a restroom at a suburban Washington high school, a case cited by the White House as an example of why the president wants to crack down on illegal immigration.

{FD} Afghanistan: Maryland Green Beret killed in ISIS fight remembered as hero

The Green Beret killed in eastern Afghanistan over the weekend -- days before the U.S. announced it dropped the "Mother of All Bombs" there -- strove to be "the best of the best," his family said.

{FD} Baltimore prisoner hospitalized after collapsing in cell

A Baltimore police lieutenant has been suspended and two officers placed on administrative leave after a prisoner they'd recently arrested collapsed in a cell from what authorities say was a "medical emergency." Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said Monday that the incident happened Sunday morning, when officers arrested a 52-year-old woman who had a warrant from Calvert County for failing to appear in court and took her to a police station.

{FD} Maryland rape case: No bond for teen who claims sex with victim, 14, was consensual

A Maryland judge denied bond for a 17-year-old illegal immigrant accused of raping a 14-year-old in a high school bathroom, ruling that salacious text messages and an explicit video did not prove his innocence.

{FD} Maryland rape case: Defense claims girl texted suspect about sex, sent explicit images

Defense attorneys for one of the illegal immigrants accused of raping a 14-year-old girl in a high school bathroom in Rockville, Md., have claimed that the accuser agreed to have sex with the defendant and texted him "explicitly compromising" images of herself.

{FD} Maryland rape case: Defense claims girl texted suspect about sex

Defense attorneys for the illegal immigrants accused of raping a 14-year-old girl in a high school bathroom in Rockville, Md., claimed Tuesday that text messages sent by the girl could help bolster their case.

{FD} Rockville High School parents demand answers in rape case

Parents of students at Rockville High School finally got their chance to have some of their questions answered at a PTA meeting five days after police say a 14-year-old girl was raped by two other students inside a school bathroom.

{FD} Maryland girl allegedly raped in high school bathroom by two teens, at least one here illegally

A 14-year-old girl enrolled at Rockville High School in Rockville, Md. was violently raped, sodomized and made to perform oral sex in a campus bathroom stall by two older male students, at least one of whom is in the country illegally, police and immigration officials said Monday.

{FD} New details emerge in alleged rape of Maryland girl by two teens, one here illegally

New brutal details emerged Monday in the alleged rape of a 14-year-old girl at a Maryland high school by two male students, at least one of whom was in the country illegally.

{FD} 7 Baltimore officers federally indicted for racketeering, including robbing victims

Seven Baltimore City Police officers are being federally indicted for a racketeering conspiracy, according to the Justice Department, in an investigative case that was secretly conducted and kept quiet about even from the city's State's Attorney.