Senator John Ensign, a Republican from of Nevada, right and Senator John McCain, a Republican from Arizona, listen during a hearing on Wall Street and the financial crisis in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, April 27, 2010. Photo from …
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LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Republican Sen. John Ensign of Nevada continues to insist he's done no wrong in the face of an ethics probe but will turn in his resignation today.
He says the ongoing probe would result in further "wear and tear" on himself and his family.
Ensign has admitted an extramarital affair with a former staffer, and that he helped her husband obtain lobbying work.
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A fight in Edgemere leads to a shooting that sends one to the hospital Tuesday night.
A man is in Shock Trauma after a stabbing in Halethorpe early Wednesday morning.
The temperatures are heating up, perhaps putting you in the mood for a nice, cold treat. Starting today, the Maryland's Best Ice Cream Trail opens.