Steve Davis: What Is Your State Of The Union For Sports?With the President giving his State of the Union Tuesday night, it's not a bad time to assess the "State of Sports" in Maryland.
3 Marylanders Invited As First Lady's Guests To State Of The UnionThree Marylanders will take seats next to the First Lady at Tuesday's State of the Union address.
Md. Native Alan Gross, Wife To Attend State Of The UnionA Maryland man who returned home last month after spending five years imprisoned in Cuba will have a prime viewing spot for President Barack Obama's State of the Union address: a seat near first lady Michelle Obama.
Obama To Stop In Md. In Road Trip Following State Of The Union Address White House officials say President Barack Obama will visit the Washington suburbs of Prince George's County, Md. during the week following his State of the Union address.
Md. Student Will Be With First Lady During State Of The UnionAs President Barack Obama makes his speech Tuesday night, one Maryland student will be watching right next to the First Lady.
Md. & Va. Governors Square Off On Air, DisagreeThe governors of Maryland and Virginia disagreed on issues ranging from the economy to the presidential race, religion and health care during a nationally televised talk show.
Rawlings-Blake To Attend State Of The UnionBaltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is planning to attend President Barack Obama's State of the Union address.
Security Zone Set For State Of The UnionThe U.S. Coast Guard is establishing temporary security zones in the Potomac and Anacostia rivers for the State of the Union address.
Experts Hail Return To Civility At State Of UnionDemocrats and Republicans sat together. Applause breaks were shorter and more subdued. Booing and heckling were nonexistent. And the president took pains to appeal to both sides.
Got A Date? Mixed Seating At State Of UnionCivility or just silly, the push to mix Republicans and Democrats through the audience of President Barack Obama's televised State of the Union address spread across Capitol Hill on Monday, fueled by signals that Americans want to see more cooperation among the nation's leaders.