Pelosi, Raskin Announce Legislation To Create Presidential Fitness CommissionHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Maryland Rep. Jamie Raskin announced legislation Friday that would set up a process allowing Congress to establish a commission to determine a president's fitness to serve.
Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin Proposes New State SongWe all know how passionate Marylanders are about our state.
Emotional Hearing Held In Washington About Impact Of High Drug Costs On PatientsThere was emotional testimony in Washington on Friday before a Committee led by Congressman Elijah Cummings, investigating the skyrocketing costs of prescription drugs. 
Protocols Being Updated Following Walter Reed LockdownOfficials say an employee accidentally sent an alert for an active shooter drill to 4,000 people at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center instead of sending it to a smaller group, triggering a false report of an active shooter on campus last month.
Maryland's Congressional Democrats Look Ahead Past Midterms Newly re-elected members of Maryland's congressional delegation sat down today to chew the fat and plan the future.
Jamie Raskin Elected To U.S. House Seat In Md.'s 8th DistrictVoters in Maryland's 8th Congressional District have elected Democrat Jamie Raskin to be their voice in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Trone Loses Most Expensive Self-Funded House Campaign Ever To RaskinDel. Jamie Raskin proved that grassroots organizing can beat big-money spending by defeating businessman David Trone.
Lawbreakers Getting Second Chances From Md. LawmakersBills giving law-breakers a chance to get back on their feet are making progress in the Maryland General Assembly -- and with bipartisan support.
State Sen. Jamie Raskin To Run For CongressMaryland State Sen. Jamie Raskin says he is running for the congressional seat that will open when Rep. Chris Van Hollen runs for Senate.
Md., 6 Other States Have Bans On Atheists Holding OfficeSome freedom-from-religion advocates are pressing Maryland and six other states to remove provisions from their state constitutions prohibiting people who don't believe in God from holding public office.
Senate Votes To Increase Penalty For HazingMaryland's Senate has agreed to boost the penalty for college hazing from $500 to $5,000. The bill is now headed to the Senate.