Michael Cohen Receives Congressional SubpoenaA source familiar with the subpoena confirmed it is for a closed hearing with the committee.
Michael Cohen Postpones House Testimony, Rep. Cummings Condemns 'Mob Tactics'Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen is postponing his planned testimony before the House Oversight Committee on Feb. 7, citing "ongoing threats" by President Trump and his lawyer Rudy Giuliani.
BWI Checkpoint Remains Closed Amid Shutdown Due To TSA 'Excessive Callouts'TSA at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport closed A Pier checkpoint early Saturday due to excessive callouts. Fast-forward to Sunday afternoon- and the checkpoint is still closed.
Leading Democrat Calls For Legalized Marijuana In All 50 StatesThe democrat's argument was heavily based on the belief that arrests for marijuana possession have become a punishment that doesn't fit the crime.
Hogan Pledges Measure To Protect Residents From Tax OverhaulMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he will propose legislation next month to protect taxpayers in the state who stand to have their taxes go up because of the federal tax overhaul in Congress.
Female Lawmakers Allege Harassment By Colleagues In HouseFor years, Republican Rep. Mary Bono endured the increasingly suggestive comments from a fellow lawmaker in the House. But when the congressman approached her on the House floor and told her he'd been thinking about her in the shower, she'd had enough.
Maryland Colleges Urge Lawmakers To Extend DACA ProtectionsA day after the president dismantled DACA, Maryland universities fire back in defense of their students.
CBS News Poll Shows Nearly 75% Of Americans Disapprove Of CongressNow that Congress is in summer recess, how do Americans feel about the job they've done?
Maryland Resident Awarded Medal Of Valor; Responded To Congress ShootingPresident Donald Trump recognized the first responders who risked their own lives to protect members of Congress during an ambush.
Hogan Spokeswoman: Health Care Bills 'Do Not Work' For StateMeasures in Congress to dismantle much of the Affordable Care Act "do not work for Maryland," a spokeswoman for Gov. Larry Hogan said Thursday.
U.S. Military Sex Assault Reports RisingReports of sexual assaults in the military has more than doubled since 2012, but survivors say more needs to be done to protect the victims and end a toxic culture that goes beyond the military.
NFL Players Push Lawmakers On Criminal Justice ReformJenkins, free-agent wide receiver Anquan Boldin and other players were meeting with members of Congress this week to push for legislation that leads to improved relationships between minority communities and local police.
Michael Phelps' Motives Being Questioned By Old Competitior CavicMilorad Cavic, the swimmer who lost the 2008 Olympic 100m butterfly to Michael Phelps by just .01, wasn't convinced Phelps was "pure" in his intentions to have this resolved.
Presidential Trump Says 'Join Forces' for New GreatnessThose looking for fireworks came away empty. What they witnessed instead was a poised and on-script president, an image some said was as stunning at this stage as any outrageous statement.
Maryland to Be Without a Woman in Congressional DelegationFor the first time in decades, Maryland will be without a woman in the state's congressional delegation.