Congress Gives Final OK To Banning Local Internet Taxes Congress voted Thursday to permanently bar state and local governments from taxing access to the Internet, as lawmakers leapt at an election-year chance to demonstrate their opposition to imposing levies on online service. Clinton Aims To Reset Campaign With Focus On Black Voters After an overwhelming loss in New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton is staking a campaign comeback on her ability to woo black and Latino voters, placing outreach to those communities at the center of her strategy to retool her 2016 bid.
Md. Measure Would End Animal Use In Medical Training DC’s Paid Family Leave Proposal To Get Public Hearing Maryland Lawmakers Outline Gun-control Measures Trump Proves GOP Establishment Can’t Stop Him Trump And Sanders Big Winners, Riding Voter Frustration Many Choices, Late Decisions As New Hampshire Votes Former Maryland Lt. Gov. Brown Endorses Clinton
2 Veteran Sheriff’s Deputies Killed By 68-Year-Old Man In Md. A community is in mourning, following the deaths of two sheriff's deputies. We're now learning more about the victims, the suspect and the events leading up to the violence. Defense Secretary Backs Plan To Relaunch Radar Balloons It flew across Maryland and into Pennsylvania, but now a plan to fly a pair of giant radar balloons could lift off again.
Slain Deputies Remembered For Bravery In The Line Of Duty Harford County Mourns The Loss Of 2 Fallen Heroes Health Officials Announce First Confirmed Case Of Zika Virus In Md. Lawsuit Filed In Prince George’s County School Porn Case New City Law Punishing Stores That Sell Synthetic Drugs Court Won’t Postpone Officers’ Trials In Freddie Gray Case Call To Put More Restrictions On Older Md. Drivers