Maryland’s two U.S. Senators are among those signing a letter to the president opposing seismic testing for oil and gas deposits off the Atlantic coast.
Maryland’s U.S. senators are demanding immediate action by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to improve claims processing in Baltimore.
Big changes in the rules for home mortgages are being unveiled in Baltimore.
Sen. Ben Cardin is scheduled to tour Crisfield to see how recovery efforts from Superstorm Sandy are going.
Maryland Democratic members of Congress will gather with state legislators for their 15th annual lunch on the eve of the General Assembly’s legislative session.
Many Maryland officials in government and education have expressed shock and sadness at the horrific Connecticut school shooting Friday.
Mounting speculation over the 2014 governor’s race raises the question: Will voters see Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on the ballot?
Maryland’s congressional delegation is supporting an appeal for additional help for individuals affected by Superstorm Sandy.
Three years in a Cuban prison cell, and there’s new momentum to find the key to unlock it and free Alan Gross. He’s the Maryland man who was seized while on a development mission to Cuba.
Maryland’s two U.S. Senators will be on hand for a hearing that examines the federal response to Superstorm Sandy.
Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin says a new report shows military exposure to lead is a health hazard.
The nephew of Democratic U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin has launched an exploratory committee to consider running for Maryland attorney general in 2014.