Vice President Joe Biden says the Obama administration will do everything in its power to ensure fair voting in the wake of a Supreme Court ruling stopping part of the Voting Rights Act enforcement.
Lawmakers are split over whether Internet and cellphone surveillance is the right thing to do. The Obama Administration says the programs have made Americans safer.
It was a celebration with friends and family as Obama opened with how the Ravens overcame so much adversity and no matter what obstacle was thrown in their way their way, the team always prevailed.
Insurance companies are showing interest in providing coverage under the new health care law, a development likely to increase market competition and give uninsured people more choices than they now have, the White House said Thursday. Many of the 14 million people who currently buy their own insurance plans could also benefit.
It’s the end of a four year chapter for 1,000 Naval Academy midshipmen. They’re now commissioned officers with a personal presidential sendoff.
A big day for Baltimore. The president of the United States is in town. On his agenda: visiting a local business, elementary school and community center.
While Friday’s speech came with plenty of advance notice, the president’s first stop in Baltimore was planned as a surprise.
President Obama has named UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski chair of the newly created President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for African Americans.
Letters sent to President Barack Obama and a U.S. senator tested positive for poisonous ricin in preliminary checks. An arrest has been made. Law enforcement sources say the suspect is Paul Kevin Curtis from Tupelo, Miss.
First Lady Michelle Obama congratulates Maryland lawmakers on legislation to help military families. State leaders signed the Veterans Full Employment Act passed by the General Assembly this session.
President Barack Obama nominated Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez to the position of Labor Secretary. Perez is a former member of Governor Martin O’Malley’s cabinet.
A Maryland man has pleaded guilty to being a key organizer of an identity theft and tax fraud scheme involving fraudulent tax returns of more than $20 million.