'Don't Be Fearful': Local Leaders Continue Push For All Baltimore Residents To Fill Out CensusLocal leaders are continuing their push to ensure Baltimore residents fill out the census form this year, saying each person who doesn't fill it out costs the city thousands of dollars in funding.
Baltimore Congressional Delegation Announces Nearly $750K For Veterans' HousingIn total, these grants will provide services for 45 Maryland Veterans.
Funding For 3 Maryland Military Projects Deferred After Trump Redirects Billions For Border WallA day after the Pentagon formally approved a request from President Donald Trump to reprogram $3.6 billion in military funding for the construction of a border wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, Maryland Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger said three military projects in the state will be delayed.
Baltimore Congressional Delegation Wants Investigation Of SNAP Eligibility Withdrawal For Lexington Market VendorsFive federal lawmakers representing Baltimore sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Agriculture asking for an investigation into the withdrawal of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program eligibility for vendors at Lexington Market.
Three Lawmakers To Take Questions About GOP Tax PlanOn Monday night, three congressmen who represent Baltimore City will speak and take questions from the community about the impact of the Republican tax plan on middle and working-class citizen.
Dutch Ruppersberger Re-elected To U.S. House In Md.'s 2nd DistrictVoters in Maryland's 2nd Congressional District have re-elected Democrat Dutch Ruppersberger to be their voice in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Orlando Massacre Renews Debate Over Gun ControlForty-nine people were killed Sunday morning in the Orlando night club massacre.
Bill Would Put Md. At Forefront Of War On Cyber TerrorismA Maryland congressman is pushing hard for changes that would keep us safe, and keep military secrets out of enemy hands.
Dutch Ruppersberger To Seek Re-Election In HouseMaryland Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger has decided to seek re-election in the House.
Md. Veteran Gets Bronze Star After 5-Year WaitA Maryland veteran has received a Bronze Star after waiting for the award for more than five years.
Md. Lawmakers Oppose Sonic Cannon Oil ExplorationEight of Maryland's 10-member congressional delegation are urging President Barack Obama to reconsider siding with a proposal to allow the use of seismic air guns to explore for oil and gas in the Atlantic Ocean.
Md. Congressman Ruppersberger On Putin: 'We've Got To Stand Up To Him'New sanctions unleashed against Russia after the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger Weighs In On Ukraine CrisisUS intelligence has evidence that Russia is behind the crash, despite the country's denials.
Ruppersberger Calls Taliban Prisoner Exchange 'A Dangerous Precedent'An American soldier is released in a prisoner exchange with the Taliban. The U.S. government is under fire for how they got his freedom.
Md. Lawmakers Worried About AstraZeneca JobsMaryland's two U.S. senators and four of the state's eight representatives are urging drug maker Pfizer Inc. to make sure that its proposed merger with AstraZeneca PLC doesn't eliminate Maryland jobs.