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President Joe Biden signaled Monday he can accept Congress postponing action on billions in COVID-19 funding his administration says is desperately needed in the…

Even when the coronavirus pandemic is over, courthouses across Maryland should continue carrying out a significant portion of their work virtually, according to a judicial task force.

The Biden administration announced plans Tuesday to create a national research action plan that could provide answers to public health officials trying to diagnose…

President Joe Biden announced a new COVID-19 government website Wednesday while urging Congress to approve billions in funding to keep the pandemic at bay….

Monday was the closest it’s been to a “normal” Crossover Day in three years.

House keys sitting on an eviction notice received in the mail.

Although courts were shut down due to the pandemic and limited federal and state protections were available to tenants facing eviction, new failure to pay rent evictions continue to be filed.

Two former county health officers told state lawmakers that pandemic policy-making in Maryland has become dangerously politicized.

This vote does not rule out future emergency regulations requiring masks.

No one seems sure about who has the authority to grant a school district permission to impose a vaccine mandate.

Beginning Monday, all Senate committee hearings will be held in person, and the full Senate will have floor sessions almost every day.