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The chairman of the commission studying Maryland’s education policy and funding formulas told legislative fiscal committees Tuesday that despite being ranked among the best…

Bias crimes, both nationally and regionally, continue to grow exponentially. The police chiefs of Washington, D.C., Montgomery County and Fairfax County have all pointed…

College students in the U.S. share a common worry that often follows them through their years of post-secondary education: How am I going to…

Editor’s note: This commentary was submitted in response to an op-ed published earlier this week by Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jim Shea. What Maryland students…

By Samuel Manas Donald F. Norris, the director of the University of Maryland Baltimore County’s School of Public Policy and a leading commentator on…

By Del. Eric Luedtke Regardless of their ideology or partisan affiliation, every Marylander should be able to agree on one straightforward statement: Every child…

On Friday, Tupac Shakur, the controversial hip-hop pioneer who was murdered two decades ago, will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of…