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Lawsuit charges that there are deficiencies in the environmental review, which won federal approval for the project to move forward.

A spokesperson for the governor says ‘our office has been actively assisting in these ongoing investigations.’

The Cox campaign has appealed to the Maryland Court of Special Appeals, the second-highest court in the state, and is asking the court to issue a stay on the ruling until judges decide whether to accept the appeal.

Maryland Del. Dan Cox, the Republican candidate for governor, has filed a motion to block a move to allow mail-in ballots to be counted before Election Day.

Tom Manger, former police chief in Montgomery County, wrapped up his first year as U.S. Capitol Police chief, bringing major changes to a department rioters besieged on Jan. 6, 2021.

Following a spike in hate crimes and other incidents targeting minorities and their places of worship, a new alert system led by civil rights leaders in Maryland has gone live.

The Washington Commanders’ bid for a sports-betting license at FedEx Field received final approval Wednesday.

Governor said Justice Department needs to be transparent in investigation of Donald Trump, while members of his own party need to stop violent rhetoric.

Football team was among three Md. entities granted initial approval.

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich (D) and local lawmakers sent letters to businesses in states that have restricted abortion, pitching Maryland as a “welcoming, diverse and inclusionary place.”