CCBC To Get More Money To Train Veterans To Get Commercial Drivers' LicensesThe Community College of Baltimore County's Transportation Training Center program will expand from 18 to 28 students, thanks to nearly $124,000 in federal funding, according to a statement from Sen. Chris Van Hollen's office Friday.
Coronavirus Resources: Egyptian Military Aircraft With Medical Supplies For US Lands At Joint Base AndrewsThe Egyptian government sent over personal protective equipment and other materials to "support the United States as it combats the coronavirus."
Congress Members Protest Delay Of Harriet Tubman $20 BillThe Treasury Secretary has said the reason for the delay is security upgrades related to counterfeiting U.S. currency.
Maryland Democrats Call For Full Mueller Report Release, React To AG Barr's SummaryMaryland's political leaders are waiting to see if the full Mueller report will drop, and they have been vocal on both sides of the party line during the lengthy Mueller investigation.
UMD Leaders Answer To Capitol Hill On Future Of Institution After McNair's DeathTop leaders for the University of Maryland went to Capitol Hill on Wednesday to answer questions about the future of the institution after a student-athlete, Jordan McNair, died from heat stroke.
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.
Maryland Democrats Seek To Ride In 'Blue Wave' On Election NightOn the line in the midterm elections is control of Congress, and in Maryland, there are eight U.S. House seats up for grabs, and one in the Senate.
Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger Reacts To Navy Yard ShootingAfter the shooting at the Navy Yard that left 13 people, including the gunman, dead, security was increased at the Pentagon and other government buildings. Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger, the senior member of the House Intelligence Committee, spoke out about the shooting.
Ruppersberger Pushes For Deficit Donation BillMaryland Rep. Ruppersberger is introducing legislation to ensure money donated by citizens to chip away at the federal deficit is actually used for that purpose.