Chris Van Hollen
Maryland Rep. Chris Van Hollen is scheduled to speak at a luncheon honoring diplomat Raoul Wallenberg.
Maryland’s two U.S. senators and four of the state’s eight representatives are urging drug maker Pfizer Inc. to make sure that its proposed merger with AstraZeneca PLC doesn’t eliminate Maryland jobs.
Maryland Rep. Chris Van Hollen is opening an office in Carroll County.
A weekend of conversations on the impact of gun violence is kicking off at the National Cathedral.
New developments in the ongoing efforts to free a Maryland man from a Cuban prison. Members of Congress returned after meeting with Alan Gross and Cuban President Raul Castro.
After losing her son to gun violence, a Maryland mother is invited to attend the president’s State of the Union Address.
U.S. Rep. Chris Van Hollen says he’s taking a noted Maryland gun control advocate to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union speech.
The Battle of Bladensburg Visitors Center is scheduled to open.
Rep. Chris Van Hollen will talk about election year budget policy and politics during a discussion Friday morning.
With a special deficit-reduction supercommittee floundering, the top Republican in Congress warned Thursday that he won’t permit savings from winding down the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to pay for President Barack Obama’s jobs spending agenda.
Increasingly gripped by stalemate, Republicans and Democrats on a congressional deficit-reduction supercommittee now seem to be devoting more time to assigning blame than working through the sharp differences that divide them.
As the nation’s debt soared past $15 trillion, congressional Republicans and Democrats approached stalemate Wednesday in a yearlong assault on federal deficits, stymied still by politically charged disagreements over taxes and the future of enormously expensive government benefit programs.