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US Poised to Provide $1.1 Billion More in Aid to Ukraine

US Poised to Provide $1.1 Billion More in Aid to Ukraine

The U.S. will provide an additional $1.1 billion in aid to Ukraine, with funding for about 18 more advanced rocket systems and other weapons to counter drones that Russia has been using against Ukrainian troops, according to U.S. officials.

Lawsuit Says Woman Gave Birth Alone on Maryland Jail Floor

Lawsuit Says Woman Gave Birth Alone on Maryland Jail Floor

A woman who said she was left to give birth to her baby alone on the dirty, concrete floor of her jail cell in Maryland filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday alleging that jail nurses ignored her screams and pleas for help for six hours.

Press Release: Gov. Hogan Announces Nearly $32 Million in Affordable Rental Housing Awards

Press Release: Gov. Hogan Announces Nearly $32 Million in Affordable Rental Housing Awards

Governor Larry Hogan today announced nearly $32 million in project awards through the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development’s (DHCD) 2022 application round for federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) and state Rental Housing Funds. Funds have been awarded to 12 projects as part of the competitive round. Nine additional noncompetitive awards were made through the Multifamily Bond Program, bringing the total awards to 21. These awards will result in the creation or preservation of 1,340 high quality, energy-efficient, affordable rental units.

White House: New Rule will Show ‘True Cost’ of Plane Tickets

White House: New Rule will Show ‘True Cost’ of Plane Tickets

President Joe Biden will announce a new initiative Monday that would eventually allow consumers to see a more complete price on airline tickets — including baggage and change fees — before they buy, as the White House continues to search for ways to lower costs for Americans amid persistently high inflation.

Maryland Announces Settlement with Kushner-Owned Company

Maryland Announces Settlement with Kushner-Owned Company

A property management company owned by the family of former President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has agreed to pay a $3.25 million civil penalty and restitution to settle a 2019 lawsuit in Maryland over allegations of charging tenants illegal fees and failing to maintain properties, Attorney General Brian Frosh announced Friday.

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