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Hogan Offers First Extensive Comments on Possible Trump Impeachment

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) said he is “very concerned” about the allegations involving President Trump that are fueling the impeachment inquiry in...

Lawmakers Regroup to Rework Police Transparency Bills

Following setbacks in the 2019 legislative session, Maryland lawmakers went back to work this week to recraft legislation to provide greater transparency in the...

Supreme Court Appears Split as Justices Weigh Landmark LGBTQ Case

Some conservative justices on the U.S. Supreme Court appear open to the argument that federal law prohibits workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation and...

Senior Md. Lawmaker Resigns, Faces Wire Fraud Charge

A senior member of the House of Delegates who resigned abruptly Friday faces a federal corruption charge for allegedly pocketing more than $22,000 in...

Franchot, Kopp Press for Earlier Resolution of Exoneree Payments

Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot (D) and Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp (D) said Wednesday that they are frustrated with the slow pace at which the...

Cannabis Commission Reconfigured, With Familiar Faces

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) named new members to the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission on Tuesday – but there will be plenty of...

Judiciary to Commemorate Renaming of Thurgood Marshall Law Library

The former Maryland State Law Library will hold a ceremony later this month to celebrate its new name: the Maryland Thurgood Marshall State Law...

Ocean City Leaders Consider Options After Chaotic Weekend of Burnouts, Arrests

More than 100 arrests were made in Ocean City during an unofficial weekend gathering of car enthusiasts, and the town is considering all possible...

Lawmakers Pressing Maguire on White Supremacist Terror Threat

All eyes were on Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire last week for hearings on a whistleblower complaint out of the White House.But...

Audit of State Police Shows Concerns Over Accounting, Handgun Permits

Manual data entry caused hundreds of handgun serial number discrepancies in a Maryland database used by police in investigations, according to a legislative audit...