Gov. Hogan Announces New Initiatives, Funding To Address Violent Crime In BaltimoreGovernor Hogan is setting into motion a series of new initiatives and legislation to get violent offenders off the streets and address the "violent crime crisis" facing Baltimore.
Gov. Hogan Names Baltimore's Keiffer Mitchell Jr. New Chief Legislative OfficerMitchell succeeds Christopher Shank, who has been in the position since June 2016.
Baltimore City Hall Computer Network Infected With Ransomware Virus, Officials SayBaltimore City Hall government servers have been infected by a ransomware virus that government officials said is spreading throughout their network.
Minimum Wage, Health Care, To Be Issues In Maryland SessionMaking prescription drugs more affordable and raising the minimum wage are expected to be among the top issues Maryland lawmakers are expected to debate.
Trump Administration May Return Maryland Property To Russian OfficialsThe Trump Administration may return a property on the Eastern Shore to the Russian government a property was once used as a country retreat for it's diplomats.
Busy Day Set For Maryland Lawmakers On 'Crossover' DayMaryland lawmakers will have a busy day voting on legislation.
Obama Personnel Chief Steps Down Amid Massive Data BreachStepping down. The head of the hacked government agency resigns in the wake of a massive data breach.
Cardin, U.S. Senate Delegation To Cuba Ahead Of EmbassiesA bipartisan delegation of U.S. senators is in Cuba to meet with top government officials and others to discuss the ongoing rapprochement between the two countries.
Lawsuit Filed Over Maryland Congressional RedistrictingA government watchdog group filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday challenging the constitutionality of Maryland's congressional district map.
Md. Congressman Furious Over Federal Hacking AttackThere is new backlash over the government employees hacking attack. Millions are workers are affected, hundreds of thousands in Maryland. The federal agency responsible for protecting personal information is under fire.
EPA Says It Intends To Regulate Emissions By US AirlinersThe government is proposing to regulate aircraft emissions in much the same way as power plants, saying they are a threat to human health because they contain pollutants that help cause global warming and therefore should be regulated.
Officials: Millions Affected By US Data BreachThe Obama administration is scrambling to assess the impact of a massive data breach involving the agency that handles security clearances and employee records, U.S. officials said Thursday.
Maryland Senate Passes 3 Bills Aimed At Helping BusinessThe Maryland Senate has passed three measures aimed at improving the state's business climate.
Sen. Cardin To Discuss Consumption Tax ProposalSen. Ben Cardin is scheduled to talk about his progressive consumption tax proposal.
Attorney General Seeks Measure To Help WhistleblowersAttorney General Brian Frosh is encouraging lawmakers to pass legislation to encourage whistleblowers to alert the government about fraud by private contractors.