Government Shutdown Latest: What Happens If Federal Agencies Close?The federal government may be headed toward another shutdown. How could that affect you?
Md. Sisters Start 'Furlough' Cheesecake Business After Being Laid Off During Government ShutdownOxon Hill natives Nickie Howard and Jaqi Wright not only had the right attitude approaching the layoffs-- they also had the right ingredients.
Families Struggled As Coast Guard Worked With No Pay During Shut DownThousands of Coast Guard members were left defending our nation for 36 days without getting paid a single dollar.
Organizations Continue To Help Federal Employees While They Wait For PayThe government shutdown may be officially over, but the more than 170,000 Marylanders estimated to be affected by the shut down are still waiting to be paid.
Chef José Andrés' Team Will Keep Serving Free Meals To Federal Employees As They Head Back To WorkRenowned chef José Andrés and his nonprofit have served millions of free meals to needy Americans after such natural disasters as Hurricane Maria and the California wildfires.
President Trump Signs Bill To Temporarily Reopen Government After Record Shutdown Trump signs bill to temporarily reopen the government, ending longest US shutdown but leaving border wall fight unresolved.
Howard County Bain Center Offered Food Kits For Families Affected By ShutdownHoward County officials said one in every 10 residents is affected- and to help out, they are handing out food.
Maryland Senators Behind Bill That Trump Said Would Temporarily Reopen The Government Maryland senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin introduced the bipartisan funding bill that President Donald Trump said would help temporarily reopen the government.
Where Maryland Federal Employees Can Get Help During ShutdownSeveral organizations are providing help for government employees affected by the partial government shutdown.
Colleges Delay Tuition, Offer Aid As Shutdown Hits StudentsMany colleges are postponing tuition payments and offering grants to students whose finances have been tied up by the government shutdown.
Amid Mounting Need, Federal Workers Go To Maryland Food BankAs the shutdown lingers, frustrated workers are reaching out to the food bank for help, but officials said every day the shutdown continues it puts a strain on supplies.
Report: Government Shutdown Could Delay Tax RefundsHundreds of Internal Revenue Service workers dealing with financial hardship were given permission to miss work during the partial government shutdown, which could slow the federal government's ability to process taxpayer refunds, according to The Washington Post.
Baltimore Humane Society Offering Free Pet Food For Furloughed Federal EmployeesThe Baltimore Humane Society is giving out free food for the pets of furloughed federal workers all week.
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.
Maryland Officials Respond To President Trump's Border Security RemarksSenator Ben Cardin responded Saturday to President Trump's latest remarks on border security.