In what's being called his first comprehensive foreign policy statement, the potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate explains four main principles that guide his views
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Officials are determining the recent activities and contacts of Dr. Craig Spencer, who was diagnosed with Ebola in New York City
A New York City physician who recently returned from treating Ebola patients in West Africa became ill and is being tested for the virus; and, Bill Willingham boarded the Empire Builder last week in Seattle as the first member of Amtrak’s residency program for writers. During his trip, Bill Willingham worked on a screen play, a novel, a comic book script, an
As information comes out about the police shooting death of Michael Brown, frustrations are rising
Residents in two cities along the Washington-Oregon border report downed trees and power lines, flying metal, and damage to buildings
Police say an airplane and helicopter collided in mid-air Thursday afternoon near the Frederick Municipal Airport in Maryland
Appeals court throws out a ruling allowing Thorpe's sons to rebury him on American Indian land in Oklahoma
A Maryland Department of Corrections employee is suspended with pay after a murder suspect was mistakenly released from prison. And, as WJZ's Mike Hellgren reports, the suspect is still on the loose.
In the city's first Ebola case, a physician who recently worked in West Africa is now being treated in a specialized isolation unit
Colin Lambert was at the laundromat with his grandparents when the 18-month-old managed to get himself trapped inside the toy claw machine. WLTV's Hilary Magacs reports.