Mayoral Races Held In Frederick, Annapolis, College ParkVoters in some Maryland cities have chosen their mayor and voted on other local issues.
Transgender Woman Wins Virginia House Seat, Makes HistoryA transgender woman is set to make history as the first openly transgender person elected and seated in a state legislature.
Facebook To Release Russia Ads, Beef Up Election 'Integrity'Facebook is slowly acknowledging the outsized — if unintended — role it played in the 2016 U.S. presidential elections.
Time Magazine: Russian Election Hack Worse Than Initially ThoughtTime Magazine reports that a Russian cyber attack in more than 20 states is worse than initially thought.
Russian Hackers Breach 39 States' Election Systems Excluding Md.A new report emerges that Russian cyber attacks breached election systems in 39 states.
Michigan Recount Over; Pennsylvania Sets HearingA federal judge's ruling that effectively halted Michigan's presidential recount after three days assures Republican Donald Trump's narrow victory in the state.
Defiant Into Final Day, Trump Warns of Election FraudDonald Trump refused on Tuesday to say whether he would accept the election results, injecting new drama into the final day of a turbulent election season.
Election 2016: What You Should Know Before You Vote TodayVoters head to the polls today to decide whether Democrat Hillary Clinton or Republican Donald Trump will win Maryland's 10 electoral votes, and they'll also pick the replacement for one of the state's most popular politicians: Barbara Mikulski, who is retiring after 30 years in the U.S. Senate.
Maryland Votes On President, Sen. Mikulski's ReplacementVoters will decide on Tuesday whether Democrat Hillary Clinton or Republican Donald Trump will win Maryland's 10 electoral votes, and they'll also pick the replacement for one of the state's most popular politicians: Barbara Mikulski, who is retiring after 30 years in the U.S. Senate.
For Syrian Refugee In Maryland, Nov. 8 Looking BleakMostafa Hassoun thought he would never be able to begin living. Forced to leave his village outside the Syrian city of Latakia at 18 years old, the young man's life was put on hold at the time when most Americans' start.
As Election Day Nears Voter Fraud Remains A Top ConcernWith less than a week until Election Day federal and state working overtime to safeguard voting results, but some are still worried about the potential of voter fraud.
Hacked Emails Show Clinton Campaign Communicated With State A State Department official appeared to coordinate with Hillary Clinton's campaign team hours before the former secretary of state's exclusive use of private emails was first detailed in a news account last year, newly released hacked emails show.