People in Maryland are keeping a close eye on what’s happening in Washington.
Frustration for Republicans, Democrats and, most of all, the American people. The president and the Speaker of the House took to the airwaves Monday night to defend their debt plans.
The president will go back to school Friday, holding a town hall meeting at the University of Maryland. Thursday hundreds lined up in College Park for the chance to ask the president a question.
Rep. Chris Van Hollen says the congressional impasse over raising the U.S. debt ceiling could be resolved by a simple, up-or-down vote.
Maryland lawmakers take sides in the debate on raising the U.S. debt ceiling with the focus on revenue and spending cuts.
President Barack Obama and Congressional leaders will be back at the negotiating table Tuesday afternoon. A 90 minute meeting Monday failed to bridge the gap on an agreement to cut the federal deficit and raise the debt limit.
The Cumberland Fire Department says an ambulance delivered two months ago is sitting idle because the city hasn’t been able to pay for it.
The newly elected leaders of debt-crippled Ireland arrived Wednesday in the United States on an annual mission to capitalize on St. Patrick’s Day.
Some 10,000 debt-collection cases against Maryland residents will be dropped under a class-action settlement a federal judge has approved.