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Hogan to Speak at Interfaith Service for Pittsburgh Victims

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) is set to speak in Washington, D.C., Monday evening at an interfaith service and solidarity gathering for the...

Company Operates Halfway House for Employees Who Are Recovering Addicts

By Samantha Rosen/Capital News ServiceIn a quiet corner of Dundalk, down the street from a church and walking distance from a grocery store, one...

Frosh, Wolf Get Personal in Highly Charged Law School Debate

Attorney General Brian E. Frosh (D) and his Republican challenger, Craig Wolf, clashed over crime, the opioid epidemic, Maryland’s lawsuits against the Trump administration...

Jealous Releases Ethics Plan But Lobbyist and GOP Hit Back Hard

Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Benjamin T. Jealous’ roll-out of an ethics reform plan slammed into a wall on Wednesday with the release of an audio...

Commission to Restore Trust in Policing Begins Work

A state commission with the power to subpoena witnesses and documents to unravel the culture of corruption that allowed a task force of sworn...

Johns Hopkins Renews Push to Create Its Own Police Force

As Johns Hopkins University officials grapple with a continuing increase in the severity and frequency of crime at its Baltimore campuses, they are again...

Opinion: Incoming Lawmaker Runs 70 Miles to Spotlight Challenges of Re-entry from Prison

There is a growing movement around a 70-mile stretch of Maryland pavement that can only be characterized as a hopeful restlessness paired with an...

Ex-Baltimore Co. Official Who Became FBI Informant Gets Federal Sentence

 The Baltimore County political operative who took $22,000 in cash bribes from undercover FBI agents and then agreed to wear a body wire for...

Former Del. Vaughn Gets 4 Years in Prison for Role in Prince George’s Liquor...

Former delegate Michael L. Vaughn (D-Prince George’s) was sentenced Tuesday to four years in federal prison for his role in a bribery conspiracy case...

Md. Corruption Under Scrutiny — From Academics This Time, Not the Feds

Maryland is one of the more corrupt states in the nation, according to a survey of journalists who cover statehouses across the country.  The General...