Lawmakers, civil rights leaders and voters are renewing calls for a Maryland lawmaker to resign, a day after she was censured for making a racial slur.
Del. Mary Ann Lisanti Denies Using Racial SlurLawmakers, civil rights leaders and voters are renewing calls for a Maryland lawmaker to resign, a day after she was censured for making a racial slur.
Gov. Hogan: No Trump Primary Challenge Without Major ShiftMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he's not launching a primary challenge against President Donald Trump unless the president's political standing within his own party weakens dramatically.
Hogan Thanks Federal Workers At BWI, Says 'National Security' At StakeGov. Larry Hogan thanked the TSA, FBI. Homeland Security and Air-Traffic Controllers working through the partial government shutdown at BWI.
Maryland Leaders Plea For Deal To End Partial Government ShutdownOn Day 33, the trickle-down effect of the federal shutdown, county leaders In Maryland say, has become more of a flood of problems for Maryland’s federal workers.
Sen. Kamala Harris Running For PresidentSen. Kamala Harris announced she'd been running for president in 2020. Her office will be in Baltimore.
Anne Arundel Co. Delegate Introduces Bill To Deal With Problems Of Hate CrimesPat Warren reports
Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger On How Both Sides Of The Aisle Can Come TogetherPat Warren talks with Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger
Sen. Ben Cardin Wins Third Term In U.S. SenatePat Warren speaks with Sen. Ben Cardin after winning re-election on Tuesday
Ben Jealous Speaks To Supporters After LossAfter his loss to incumbent Larry Hogan, Ben Jealous thanks his supporters talks about the future.
John Olszewski Jr. Gives Victory SpeechOlszewski beat challenger Al Redmer Jr. 56.9 percent to 43 percent, with a total of 158,765 votes in comparison to Redmer's 119,856 votes.
Maryland Sees Large Voter Turnout Across State On Election DayAcross Maryland, voters went out to the polls. In Baltimore City, 163,000 people voted. In Baltimore County, 301,000 people cast ballots and there was a total of 1.3 million across the state on Election Day. The numbers will continue to grow.
A Look At The Maryland Governor's RaceAfter Larry Hogan defeats Ben Jealous, what's ahead for the state?
Maryland Democrats React To Winning Back The HouseThe Blue Wave hit Maryland and the state Democrats are reacting after the party regains the U.S. House of Representatives.
What Do These Election Results Mean For Maryland?Pat Warren discusses election results in Maryland with analyst Mileah Kromer.
Election Results Around MarylandRick Ritter has a wrap-up of some of the election results around Maryland.
John Olszewski Jr. Wins Baltimore County Executive, Redmer ConcedesJohn, "Johnny O" Olszewski Jr. wins Baltimore County executive.
Gov. Larry Hogan First Republican In 6 Decades To Win Re-Election In MarylandGov. Larry Hogan defeats Democratic opponent Ben Jealous in Maryland's gubernatorial race.
Gov. Larry Hogan Wins Maryland Governor's RaceLarry Hogan wins Maryland Governor's race.
What Does It Mean When Polls Don't Close On Time?Pat Warren talks to political analyst Mileah Kromer about what it means for Maryland.
Candidates Using Time Before Election To CampaignWith Election Day less then 24 hours away, candidates are using the time to make more connections with voters.
Battling For Your Vote, Maryland Candidates Stump Ahead Of Election DayCandidates around Maryland spent the weekend before Election Day trying to earn your vote.
Maryland Governor Candidates Use Weekend To CampaignWith only a few days left until election day, gubernatorial candidates in Maryland used the weekend to get some more support.
Gov. Larry Hogan Urges Marylanders To Vote After Casting His Ballot During Early VotingPat Warren reporting
Gov. Larry Hogan Talks About What You Can Expect From His Administration If He Wins Re-ElectionPat Warren spoke with Gov. Hogan as early voting starts in Maryland
Jealous Attributes Gov. Of Virginia Speech Mistake To 'Lifelong Stutter'Pat Warren reports
Senate Votes To Move Forward With Judge Brett Kavanaugh NominationThe US Senate voted narrowly to advance Brett Kavanaugh to the threshold of the Supreme Court, as President Donald Trump's pick survived a dramatic procedural vote that could have effectively killed his nomination after sexual assault allegations were made against him.
City Hall To Help Some Baltimore Residents Expunge RecordsPat Warren reports
Education A Top Priority For Gov. Hogan And Jealous In Governor's RacePat Warren reports
Campaign: Ben Jealous Didn’t Like Anti-Police TweetPat Warren reports