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Southwest Baltimore Man Sentenced For Distributing Child Pornography While On Probation For Sex OffenseA federal judge on Tuesday sentenced a southwest Baltimore man to 20 years in prison for distribution of child pornography, prosecutors said.
Officer Dead, Suspect Killed In Violence Outside PentagonThe Pentagon in Washington, D.C. is on lockdown Tuesday morning for an incident at the Pentagon Transit Center, officials said. 
Gaithersburg Man Pleads Guilty To Laundering $6.2M In ‘Romance Scheme’A Maryland man pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiring to launder more than $6.2 million from a “romance scheme” to fraudulently solicit money from more than 200 victims targeted through social media and dating websites.
Police Seek Bruce Lovelace, Missing From Woodlawn Since Last Weekaltimore County police are looking for a missing man last seen in Woodlawn.
‘This Attack Happened’: Medals To Honor Jan. 6 RespondersThe Senate has voted to award Medals of Honor to the Capitol Police and the Metropolitan Police Department for protecting Congress during the Jan. 6 insurrection, sending the legislation to President Joe Biden for his signature.
US Wind Announces Major Progress In Maryland Offshore Wind Energy Project, Including Bringing Steel Back To Sparrows PointBALTIMORE Md. (WJZ) — US Wind on Tuesday announced significant progress in the wind energy company’s first major offshore wind project in  Maryland. The company said the offshore windmills will be able to fully satisfy the state’s offshore wind energy goals. “Because of the successes we’ve achieved in the development of MarWin, US Wind is ready […]

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Biden calls on Cuomo to resign after sexual harassment reportNew York's attorney general released a report Tuesday substantiating allegations from 11 women against Cuomo.
"Bring Your Own Brigade" in theaters: Where to see the new documentary"Bring Your Own Brigade" will stream on the CBS News app and Paramount+ on August 20. And it will be at the following theaters beginning August 6.
Tenants and landlords head to court as eviction ban endsCongress has allocated billions of dollars in rental assistance, but distribution of funds has been painfully slow.
Alcohol linked to nearly 750,000 cancer cases in 2020, new research showsNearly 750,000 new cancer cases were linked to alcohol in 2020, according to new research. Nancy Chen has more on the findings.
Live Updates: Cuomo says he "never touched anyone inappropriately""Governor Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women and in doing so violated federal and state law," the state's attorney general Letitia James said Tuesday during a press conference.
Watch Live: Biden to mark 110 million COVID-19 vaccine doses sent abroadMr. Biden will also discuss efforts to boost vaccination rates in the U.S.
Crypto "rife with fraud, scams and abuse," SEC chief says"I worry a lot of people will be hurt," Gary Gensler said of "Wild West" nature of cryptocurrency buying and selling.
U.S. to continue migrant expulsion policy indefinitelyBy citing a public health law, U.S. officials at the southern border have been able to expel migrants to Mexico or their home countries without allowing them to apply for humanitarian refuge.

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Biden calls on Cuomo to resign after sexual harassment reportNew York's attorney general released a report Tuesday substantiating allegations from 11 women against Cuomo.
Live Updates: Cuomo says he "never touched anyone inappropriately""Governor Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women and in doing so violated federal and state law," the state's attorney general Letitia James said Tuesday during a press conference.
Watch Live: Biden to mark 110 million COVID-19 vaccine doses sent abroadMr. Biden will also discuss efforts to boost vaccination rates in the U.S.
Crypto "rife with fraud, scams and abuse," SEC chief says"I worry a lot of people will be hurt," Gary Gensler said of "Wild West" nature of cryptocurrency buying and selling.
U.S. to continue migrant expulsion policy indefinitelyBy citing a public health law, U.S. officials at the southern border have been able to expel migrants to Mexico or their home countries without allowing them to apply for humanitarian refuge.
Pentagon confirms "several casualties" after attack on police officerThe incident caused the Pentagon to go into lockdown for roughly an hour.
Four officers who responded to the January 6 attack on the Capitol have died by apparent suicideThere are now four known suicides by officers who responded to the attack on the Capitol. CBS News congressional correspondent Kris Van Cleave spoke with an officer about how the insurrection affected him.
Senate approves medals for police who protected Capitol on January 6The Senate passed the measure by unanimous consent.