Clinton, Trump Look To Overcome Weaknesses On Debate StageDonald Trump needs to prove to voters that he has the policy depth to serve as president. Hillary Clinton needs a moment to connect.
Gov. Larry Hogan Tours Old City Of JerusalemGov. Larry Hogan has toured the Old City of Jerusalem.
US Astronaut Will Vote From Orbit If Homecoming Is DelayedThe lone American in orbit will end up voting for president from the International Space Station, if her homecoming is delayed.
Officials: Panel Looking Into Lawmaker's Role In Medical PotA Maryland legislative ethics panel is looking into a state lawmaker's connection to a medical marijuana company.
Clinton Appears On Online's 'Between Two Ferns'Hillary Clinton is taking tough questions on power ties, pant suits and the Scott Baio vote on the online comedy program "Between Two Ferns."
Trump Calls for Racial Unity, Embraces 'Stop And Frisk'Lamenting a "lack of spirit" between whites and blacks, Donald Trump encouraged racial unity on Thursday even as he called for one of the nation's largest cities to adopt "stop and frisk" policing tactics that have been widely condemned as racial profiling by minority leaders.
Maryland Governor Kicks Off Trade Mission to IsraelMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan has started a week long trade mission to Israel.
Prosecutor: Gov. Christie Was Told About Plan to Close LanesA federal prosecutor told jurors Monday that a witness will testify that Republican Gov. Chris Christie was told about a plan to close traffic lanes near the George Washington Bridge as the shutdown was happening, a claim he has contested for years.
John Lewis to Receive Liberty Medal for Civil Rights WorkU.S. Rep. John Lewis of Georgia will be honored Monday night with Philadelphia's Liberty Medal for his dedication to civil rights.
Trump Takes Credit for Calling NY Blast A BombDonald Trump is again taking credit for predicting current events after he had announced that the cause of Saturday's explosion in New York was a bomb before authorities had publicly said so.
Senate's Odd couple: Boxer, Inhofe Forge Unlikely AllianceThe oddest of Senate odd couples — California Democrat Barbara Boxer and Oklahoma Republican Jim Inhofe — have accomplished something highly unusual in this bitter election year: significant, bipartisan legislation on the environment that has become law.
Trump says 'Open Borders' Cost Lives and 'This Will End'Donald Trump, who has made a hardline stance on immigration a centerpiece of his presidential campaign, asserted Saturday that "not one more American life should be given up in the name of open borders."