President Trump Takes Aim At Baltimore Again, Says Democratic-Run Cities Don't 'Want Law And Order'President Donald Trump on Tuesday once again took aim at Baltimore and other Democratic-run cities in the U.S. during the first Presidental Debate of 2020.
Elijah Cummings Wrote Of 'Pure Pain' From Trump Tweets On BaltimoreThe late U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings felt “pure pain” from President Donald Trump’s tweets about Baltimore, and the Maryland Democrat wrote “I could feel the attack to my core,” in a memoir that is being published posthumously.
'Now Tweet That!' | Rep. Kweisi Mfume Responds After Trump Tweets Baltimore Is 'The Worst In Nation'Rep. Kweisi Mfume responded Monday to President Trump's latest tweets about Baltimore, saying Republican Kimberly Klacik and the president "deserve each other."
President Trump Endorses Kimberly Klacik In Race For Maryland's 7th Congressional District SeatWith a little more than two months until the election, President Donald Trump has endorsed Republican Kimberly Klacik, who's running for Maryland's 7th Congressional District seat.
Mayor Young: Trump Administration 'Flouted' Executive Order, 'Exploited' Baltimore's Challenges By Using Fort McHenry As Site For RNC SpeechBaltimore Mayor Jack Young blasted President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence for "flouting [his] executive order" and "exploiting the challenges of [the] City" by using Fort McHenry as the backdrop for Pence's Republican National Convention speech Wednesday night.
At Least One Person Escorted By Police After Tense Moments Between Trump Supporters, Protesters Ahead Of VP Pence's RNC SpeechAt least one person was escorted by Baltimore Police after tense moments between President Trump supporters and protesters outside Fort McHenry ahead of Vice President Mike Pence's speech for the Republican National Convention on Wednesday.
Demonstrators Gather In Baltimore City, Across Maryland For 'Save The Post Office' RalliesDozens of protestors rallied outside of Baltimore's main post office along East Fayette Street on Saturday morning.
Maryland Among States Suing US Postal Service, Alleging 'Unconstitutional' Cuts Could Undermine National ElectionMaryland is joining other states in filing a federal lawsuit challenging "drastic operational changes" at the U.S. Postal Service that they allege could undermine the national election in November. 
Hogan Calls Trump's Proposal To Send Federal Law Enforcement To Baltimore 'Very Unusual'Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday said he had not heard any specific plans about federal law enforcement agents coming to Baltimore two days after President Donald Trump suggested the possibility.
Chris Van Hollen Files Bill To Block Federal Agents In Baltimore Following President Trump's CommentsAfter President Donald Trump threatened to send federal agents to several U.S. cities, including Baltimore, local leaders are trying to pass laws to prevent those measures.
President Trump Wears Mask In Public For First Time During Visit To Walter Reed HospitalPresident Donald Trump paid a visit to wounded service members at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Saturday and wore a mask after months of refusing to be seen doing so in public.
Maryland State Education Association President Critical Of Trump Administration's Push To Reopen SchoolsEducation secretary Betsy DeVos and President Donald Trump want schools to open full-time this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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.