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Trump's Emergency Declaration Is Already Facing Legal ChallengesWhen President Trump declared a national emergency along the southern border, he predicted his administration would end up defending it all the way to the Supreme Court. 
Maryland Lawmakers Wrestle With End Of Life Options ActMaryland lawmakers are wrestling with one of the toughest issues in the General Assembly this session, the End of Life Option Act.
Senate Confirms William Barr As Trump's Attorney GeneralWilliam Barr was confirmed Thursday as President Trump's attorney general by the Republican-controlled Senate, despite Democrats' concerns that he may limit the scope of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in U.S. elections.
Activist Charged With Illegally Streaming Md. Congressional Staffers' Meeting On Facebook Live A college student at Salisbury University was charged last week with illegally streaming a Facebook Live at a meeting with a congressional staffer for Rep. Andy Harris, the state prosecutor's office said Thursday.
Gov. Hogan Appeals To House Democrats As School Start Date Debate ContinuesGovernor Hogan took to Facebook on Wednesday to appeal to House Democrats who have supported starting school after Labor Day in the past.
In Dueling Border Rallies, Trump And O'Rourke Tout Divergent Messages On ImmigrationThe Texas border city of El Paso became a focal point of the nation's contentious debate over immigration Monday night, as President Trump and former Democratic Congressman Beto O'Rourke, a potential 2020 challenger, held dueling rallies to tout completely different immigration agendas.