Democrats End 25-Hour Plus Protest to Demand House Gun VotesCongressional Democrats have ended their sit-in on the floor of the House, but vow to come back.
GOP Won't Budge On Guns Despite Democrats' Sit-InGOP lawmakers aren't giving up any ground despite a nearly day-long sit-in protest by Democrats calling for gun reform.
Md. Gun Sales Increase As Congress Debate New LawsThe renewed debate over gun control sends more customers to gun shops.
U.S. Probe Sought Of Schemes Targeting Lead Paint SurvivorsTwo members of Congress are asking the Justice Department to investigate predatory financial schemes that target victims of lead point poisoning.
Widow Continues The Effort To Help Fund Alzheimer's ResearchThis session of Congress could bring some peace to Kathy Siggins, who wants to see an end to the kind of frantic uncertainty that Alzheimer's disease generates.
Ravens Coach John Harbaugh: 'I'm Going Trump Here'Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh is getting a lot of attention for some remarks he made---not about football, but about immigration.
Former Education Funding Panel Chair To Run For CongressThe former chairman of an education funding commission in Maryland is running for Congress.
Former Maryland Delegate Announces Bid For CongressFormer Del. Michael Smigiel says he's running for Maryland's 1st District congressional seat.
Judge Grants New Trial In Death Of Intern Chandra LevyA judge has formally granted a retrial in the case of a man convicted of killing Washington intern Chandra Levy.
Former Marriott Executive Matthews Running For CongressKathleen Matthews, a former Marriott executive and local news anchor, has announced she is running for Maryland's 8th District congressional seat.
Former Lt. Gov. Brown Trailing In Fundraising For CongressFormer Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown is trailing former Prince George's County State's Attorney Glenn Ivey in fundraising dollars in their bids for the 4th Congressional District seat.
Ivey Announces Fundraising In 20 days In Bid For CongressFormer Prince George's County State's Attorney Glenn Ivey says he's raised nearly $117,000 in 20 days for his run for Congress.