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.
Van Hollen and Szeliga DebateRep. Chris Van Hollen and Del. Kathy Szeliga are taking part in a televised debate that will air on WJZ tonight at 7 p.m.
Former Journalist, Maryland Congresswoman Helen Bentley Dead At 92Former journalist for the Baltimore Sun and Maryland Congresswoman Helen Bentley has died at the age of 92, WJZ has learned.
Barbara Mikulski Nominates Clinton for President At DNCRetiring U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski will be the one to offer Hillary Clinton's name for nomination at the Democratic National Convention tonight.
Maryland Faces Possible Lack of Female Lawmakers in CongressMaryland could have its first all-male congressional delegation in more than 40 years.
Mikulski to Co-Chair Hearing on Child CareSen. Barbara Mikulski is co-chairing a bipartisan hearing on access to child care.
Nearly $100M In Funding Will Support Baltimore ShipbuildersThe Curtis Bay shipyard is on deck to receive tens of millions of dollars in Homeland Security funding.
Candidates Racking Up Support In Campaigns To Replace Sen. MikulskiMarylanders will put a new face in the U.S. Senate in the 2016 election year. Barbara Mikulski's pending retirement means a race with no incumbent.
Senator Mikulski's Departure Will Be End Of An EraWhen Senator Barbara Mikulski leaves Congress next year, it'll be the end of an era. The Baltimore-born trailblazer has served longer in Congress than any other woman in US history.
Ivey Raises More Than $275K In Latest Fundraising ReportFormer Prince George's County State's Attorney Glenn Ivey is reporting he has raised more than $275,000 in the second quarter in his congressional bid.
Mikulski Petitions For Harriet Tubman To Appear On New $10 BillA Maryland senator give her two cents about who should appear on the new $10 bill.