Health Care

Trump Wrong on States’ COVID Needs, Hogan Says

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) flatly rejected President Trump’s claim that the states have everything they need to confront the COVID-19 pandemic head-on.“It’s...

Where You Test for COVID-19 Could Determine the Wait for Results

It’s one thing to get a COVID-19 test, but another to wait to get the results back. There have been a lot of complaints...

Fever Checks: Real Medicine or Public Health Theater?

Florida’s world-renowned amusement parks and casinos have reopened during the coronavirus pandemic – most recently, Walt Disney World – but the state’s summer fun...

Hogan Pushes Leaders to Step Up Enforcement of Public Health Rules for Bars, Restaurants

Clearly concerned about trends showing COVID-19 cases inching up among younger Marylanders -- and mindful of other states with COVID-19 outbreaks that have had...

As Virus Cases Rise Among Younger People, Md. Officials Want You to Sign Up...

With just six days left to sign up for health care coverage through Maryland's online health insurance marketplace, an array of federal, state and...

Supreme Court Hands Victories to Religious Employers in Health Care, Employment

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a Trump administration effort to exempt employers with religious or moral concerns from complying with a “birth...

Montgomery Council to Consider Adding Anti-Discrimination Protections for Gender, Health Care

Gender expression and HIV status aren’t currently included in Montgomery County’s anti-discrimination laws, but County Council members are hoping to change that. A bill introduced...

U.S. House Moves to Invest in Infrastructure, Jobs, Environment, Justice; Senate and White House...

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House cleared a massive $1.5 trillion package Wednesday that backers said would not only shore up the nation’s crumbling infrastructure...
Roberts

Roberts Joins High Court’s Liberal Judges in Striking Down Louisiana Abortion Law

WASHINGTON — In a major victory for reproductive rights, the U.S. Supreme Court, on Monday, struck down a controversial Louisiana law that critics said...
Robots

Robots Are Helping At-Risk Caregivers Continue to Work With COVID Patients

At-risk doctors operating robots on wheels are remotely caring for hospitalized patients, including those infected with COVID-19. A Maryland doctor explains how it works.“Fast...