What You Need To Know As 7th Congressional District Special Election Draws NearThe primary election to replace the late Congressman Elijah Cummings is just two weeks away.
Scholarship Honors Rep. Elijah Cummings At University Of Maryland School Of LawThe University of Maryland's Francis King Carey School of Law has started a scholarship in the name of late Congressman Elijah Cummings.
Bills Designed To Combat Violent Crime Introduced In Maryland General AssemblyGov. Larry Hogan on Monday announced the introduction of four bills aimed at combating violent crime in Baltimore and statewide.
Baltimore City School Educators, Students Urge Lawmakers To Adopt Kirwan PlanCity Schools officials said increased funding is imperative considering its aging schools and environmental obstacles for students.
Pro-Gun Rally By Thousands In Virginia Ends PeacefullyThousands of gun-rights activists rallied peacefully at the Virginia Capitol on Monday under a heavy police presence, protesting plans by the state's Democratic leadership to pass gun-control legislation.
Hogan Remains Second-Most Popular Governor Despite Slight Approval Rating DipDespite a slight dip in his approval rating, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan remains the second-most popular governor in the United States, a new Morning Consult survey found.
Young Unveils Design For Courthouse East Plaque Honoring Late Rep. Elijah CummingsOne day ahead of what would have been the 69th birthday of the late Rep. Elijah Cummings, Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young unveiled the design of a new plaque to be placed at the city's Courthouse East in memory of the longtime congressman.
Maryland Democratic Party Announces Director's ResignationThe Maryland Democratic Party announced on Thursday that its executive director has resigned.
US-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement Heads To Trump's Desk. Here's How Maryland's Representatives VotedThe U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement passed with bipartisan support in the Senate and House of Representatives. Here's how Maryland's lawmakers voted.
Maryland Senator Calls Greenhouse Gas Plan 'Truly Vague'A draft plan from Gov. Larry Hogan's administration to cut Maryland greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent by 2030 is “truly vague,” a leading state senator said Thursday over the administration's assertions that the plan was on track to meeting its goal.
Maryland House Republicans Focus On Battling CrimeMaryland's House Republicans outlined measures aimed at fighting crime on Thursday as priorities of the House GOP.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh Has Nearly $1M In Campaign AccountFormer Baltimore city mayor Catherine Pugh has nearly $1 million dollars in her campaign account, according to her 2020 campaign finance report.
New Bills Could Help Maryland's Military Families Find Jobs, Get Tax-Relief And Pay For Some In-State TuitionNew legislation announced on Wednesday aims to give even greater benefits to those who have fought for our nation.
Bill Would Stop Fee-Based Driver's License SuspensionsA measure with bipartisan support in Maryland would stop the state from suspending a driver's license due to unpaid traffic fines.
Federal Judge In Md. Agrees To Block Trump Order On Refugee ResettlementA federal judge agreed Wednesday to block the Trump administration from enforcing an executive order allowing state and local government officials to reject refugees from resettling in their jurisdictions.