Orlando Massacre Renews Debate Over Gun ControlForty-nine people were killed Sunday morning in the Orlando night club massacre.
Former Maryland Delegate Announces Bid For CongressFormer Del. Michael Smigiel says he's running for Maryland's 1st District congressional seat.
Congressional Controversy In D.C.'s Marijuana Legalization BillCongressional controversy as a Maryland representative leads the charge to overturn D.C.'s new law decriminalizing marijuana use in the city. Meghan McCorkell has more on the debate.
Revived Maryland Republicans Hold ConventionMaryland Republicans are gathering for a convention after a rejuvenating election in the state.
Funeral Held For 'Cookie,' Wife Of Congressman Andy HarrisFriends and family celebrate the life of Cookie Harris. The wife of Maryland Congressman Andy Harris died suddenly last week.
Funeral Set For Wife Of Md. Congressman Andy HarrisFuneral arrangements are announced for Sylvia "Cookie" Harris, the wife of Congressman Andy Harris.
Wife Of Md. Congressman Andy Harris Dies UnexpectedlyA tragedy for Maryland Congressman Andy Harris.
Md. First Congressional District Race Heats UpVoters in Maryland's first district have the power to create an all-blue Congressional delegation. Right now, Andy Harris is the state's only Republican on Capitol Hill.
Md. Congressman Andy Harris Makes Case To Sue President ObamaA Maryland congressman makes a case for suing the president. Republican Andy Harris talked to WJZ about his vote in favor of taking President Obama to court.
D.C. Activists To Seek Local Aid From CongressmanDistrict of Columbia activists plan to ask a congressman who wants to block the city from liberalizing its marijuana laws to handle a host of other local concerns.
Immigrant Children Could Be Housed In WestminsterThe federal government is exploring the possibility of housing immigrant children in a vacant Army Reserve building in Westminster, and local leaders aren't pleased with the idea.
Poll: Nearly Half Of Marylanders Would Rather Move Somewhere ElseDo you want out of the state of Maryland? A new poll shows nearly half of Marylanders say they are fed up and ready to pack up if only they could.