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  • Gambling panel to get consultant's numbers

    A task force on a possible expansion of gambling is scheduled to receive projections Tuesday from the state's consultants on the likely impact of allowing a sixth casino in Maryland while permitting table games. The answers the panel receives from the...
  • Casino work group meets behind closed doors

    Members of Gov. Martin O'Malley's work group on expanding gambling are meeting today behind shut doors in the House office building in Annapolis. The group convened a little after 11 a.m. -- and members were mum on what was on the agenda. The next...
  • Gambling work group meets in private, makes folks wait

    The work group set up by Gov.Martin O'Malleyto try to reach a consensus on whether to expand gambling in Maryland is continuing to meet behind closed doors as a Who's Who of the state's lobbying corp cools their heels outside a House committee room...
  • Gambling panel fails to reach consensus

    A state panel considering whether to expand gambling in Maryland failed to reach a consensus Wednesday, likely ending the possibility of a special General Assembly session on the issue this summer. The panel unanimously recommended a series of sweeping...
  • Busch leaves door open for special session

    House Speaker Michael E. Busch left the door open Thursday to continued efforts to reach an agreement on expanded gambling in time to call a special legislative session this summer, saying he expects to talk with the governor and Senate president to try...
  • Hispanic Caucus calls on Obama to freeze controversial immigration enforcement program

     
    The Congressional Hispanic Caucus on Thursday asked President Obama to freeze the controversial immigration enforcement program known as Secure Communities -- one day after the state of Illinois attempted to terminate its participation agreement and...
  • Immigration: Feds agree Secure Communities needs fixing

     
    The Obama administration Friday announced changes to Secure Communities, a controversial program that requires state and local law enforcement to submit the fingerprints of everyone arrested to the Department of Homeland Security. In recent months, the...
  • A citizen's required reading for July 4: The Declaration of Independence

     
    After all these years, do you really know what it says?...
  • NinjaVideo.net's founder gets prison sentence

     
    A founder of NinjaVideo.net, the now-defunct website that was shut down for engaging in widespread piracy of movies and TV shows, was sentenced to 22 months in prison for criminal copyright conspiracy....
  • Feds blitz websites streaming live sports before Super Bowl

     
    On U.S. Immigation and Customs Enforcement and other agencies on Thursday announced that they had seized 16 websites streaming and brought criminal charges against a Michigan man who operated nine of them....
  • USC football: Receivers coach Ted Gilmore to join Oakland Raiders

     
    USC receivers coach Ted Gilmore is leaving the Trojans to join the Oakland Raiders staff, a person close to the USC program confirmed....