Hogan Vetoes Voting Rights Bill For Ex-Felons Gov. Larry Hogan has vetoed a bill that would have allowed ex-felons to vote before finishing their probation. Gov. Hogan Leaves On Trade Trip To Asia Next Week Gov. Larry Hogan is leaving on a trade trip to Asia.
Nurtured By Clinton Network, O’Malley Now Becomes 2016 Rival Mikulski To Attend White House Meeting On Baltimore Recovery Md. Immigration Group Holds Protest Tuesday Hogan Appoints 3 To Md. Open Meetings Board Brunt Of Supreme Court Tax Ruling To Fall On Maryland County Rep. Edwards To Hold Discussion On Student Loan Debt Regional Summit On Heroin Abuse Focuses On Western Md.
Police: 10-Year-Old Stabbed, Torched In DC Mansion New details in the horrifying mansion murder that left a family and their housekeeper dead. The man suspected of torching their home is now in police custody, but investigators don't believe he's the only suspect. Deadline Looming For NSA Spy Program The deadline is looming-- in little more than a week, the NSA's surveillance program is set to expire.
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