Baltimore Councilwoman Shannon Sneed To Run For Council PresidentBaltimore City Councilwoman Shannon Sneed will run for city council president.
BPD Sgt. Ethan Newberg, Officer Arrested For Assault, Was Highest-Paid City Employee In FY19, Records ShowDespite being suspended without pay in June after being arrested on a number of charges, Baltimore Police Department Sgt. Ethan Newberg was the highest-paid city employee in fiscal year 2019, records show.
Twitter Removes Trump's Nickelback Video After Copyright ComplaintTwitter removed a video meme President Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday after getting a copyright complaint about the video, which contained an altered music clip from the rock band Nickelback.
Tax Overhaul Lawsuit Filed By 4 States, Including Maryland, Is DismissedA federal judge in New York has ruled that the 2017 federal tax overhaul's cap on state and local tax deductions was not an "unconstitutional assault" on the sovereignty of high-tax Democratic-leaning states.
Psychotherapist Files Appeal In Maryland's Conversion Therapy BanA psychotherapist challenging Maryland's ban on gay conversion therapy for minors has filed an appeal seeking to reverse a judge's decision to throw out the case.
2020 Democratic Hopeful, Fmr. Md. Congressman John Delaney Replaces Iowa State DirectorDemocratic presidential candidate John Delaney's Iowa state director has left his 2020 campaign in the first-in-the-nation caucus state.
HBCUs Find Hogan's $200M Offer To Resolve Lawsuit InadequateHistorically black colleges and universities and Gov. Larry Hogan's administration remain at odds over the settlement of a dispute that dates back more than a decade.
House Intel Committee Releases Declassified Whistleblower ComplaintThe House Intelligence Committee has released an unclassified version of the whistleblower complaint ahead of testimony by the director of national intelligence
Intel Chief Testifies About Whistleblower Complaint At Center Of Impeachment PushThe nation's top intelligence official is expected to face fierce interrogation from lawmakers on Thursday morning over his decision to withhold a whistleblower's complaint about a phone call between President Trump and Ukraine's leader that has prompted congressional Democrats to open a formal impeachment inquiry.
UMD Law Professor Weighs In On President Trump Impeachment InquiryUniversity of Maryland Law professor Mark Graber says he and his colleagues and students at the University of Maryland School of Law are watching impeachment inquiry developments very closely.
President Trump's Ukraine Call Transcript ReleasedThe Trump administration has released the much-anticipated transcript summary of President Trump's phone call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky, after Mr. Trump authorized publishing the transcript.