President Trump Criticizes Redskins, Indians For Weighing Name ChangesPresident Donald Trump on Monday criticized a pair of sports teams that are considering name changes in the wake of a national reckoning over racial injustice and inequality.
Maryland Dreamers Celebrate Supreme Court's DACA RulingFor the second time this week, the Supreme Court handed down a historic decision; young immigrants brought to the U.S. as children, known as Dreamers, will not be force to leave anytime soon.
COVID-19 Pandemic Causes Political Campaigns To Adapt As President Trump Resumes In-Person RalliesMarylanders saw firsthand this year how the COVID-19 pandemic affected the primary, and how the election was administered.
Donald Trump Wins Republican Presidential Primary In MarylandDonald Trump has won the Republican presidential primary in Maryland, according to the Associated Press.
Baltimore Mayor Jack Young On President Trump's Memorial Day Fort McHenry Visit: 'I Think He's Violating The Law'Mayor Jack Young again is calling on President Trump to skip the Memorial Day ceremony at Fort McHenry on Memorial Day, saying he thinks the president would be violating the law by coming from out-of-town.
Archdiocese Of Baltimore Plans To Resume Public Mass Next WeekendThe Archdiocese of Baltimore is planning on allowing parishes to reopen after President Donald Trump deemed religious centers essential on Friday.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh Calls For More Protection For Meat Plant Workers Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh led Tuesday a coalition of 20 attorneys general calling on President Donald Trump to take immediate action to ensure the health and safety of meat and poultry processing plant employees.
Gov. Larry Hogan Sends President Trump Letter To Coordinate State Use Of Federal Labs For COVID-19 TestingGov. Larry Hogan wrote to President Trump on Tuesday to accept Trump's offer to allow the state of Maryland to utilize federal labs for COVID-19 testing and request guidance on how to move forward with "this important federal-state collaboration,"
Gov. Hogan Says President Trump's Claim That States Have Enough COVID-19 Tests To Reopen Is 'Not Accurate'During an appearance on CNN's State of the Union show Sunday morning, Gov. Larry Hogan said President Donald Trump's claim that states have enough COVID-19 tests to reopen is "not accurate."
Gov. Hogan Says President Trump's Messaging On Authority To Reopen States Did A '180' In 24 Hours, But Still Believes Governors, Feds Can Work Together"I think that we can be partners in this, there are some smart people on the, on the president's task force," He said.
Judge Rules Cities' Affordable Care Act Lawsuit Can ProceedA federal judge in Maryland has ruled that a lawsuit by several cities alleging that the Trump administration has sabotaged the Affordable Care Act can go forward.
'In Two Weeks Around Easter, We're Going To Be Looking A Lot Like New York', Gov. Larry Hogan Says"We think in two weeks around Easter we're going to be looking a lot like New York." He said. "It's continuing to grow at really kind of frightening paces and we think it's going to be worse in two weeks not better." Gov. Hogan said.
Coronavirus Latest: Md. Delegation Asks President Trump To Fast-Track Approval Of Statewide Disaster DeclarationThe full Maryland congressional delegation is urging President Donald Trump to approve Gov. Larry Hogan's request for a Major Disaster Declaration for the State of Maryland amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gov. Hogan Says Trump Administration's Messaging On Coronavirus Response Is 'Pretty Confusing'He added that cases in the state are up about 600 percent from the week before. "We're going up, we're not going down." He said.
Frosh, Attorneys General Urge Trump To Prioritize Coronavirus Testing, Production Of Protective GearMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has joined a coalition of more than a dozen attorneys general urging President Donald Trump to utilize the Defense Production Act to prioritize the production of critical items first responders and health care workers need amid the COVID-19 pandemic.