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Opinion: Baltimore Doesn’t Need Boxing Rings to KO Crime

Bloodshed in Baltimore hasn’t been this bad in a long time, but fear not, newly minted Mayor Jack Young has a solution -- boxing...

Baltimore Wins Injunction in Title X Gag Rule Case

The city of Baltimore has notched a new – but different – victory in the national docket of court cases challenging the Trump Administration’s...

How a Hogan Went Rogue in a Bid to Oust His Party’s President

Only one congressional Republican has publicly called for President Trump’s impeachment, enraging his colleagues and invoking the wrath of the president by offering the...

Mary Washington to Serve as Grand Marshal of Baltimore Pride Parade

When the 44th annual Baltimore Pride Parade steps off in Charles Village on the afternoon of June 15, state Sen. Mary L. Washington (D-Baltimore...

New Toll Collections, Other Laws To Take Effect On Saturday

After one of the biggest travel weekends of the year, a new state law will take effect Saturday that could increase toll revenue by...

Calling Hogan’s Vetoes: How’d We Do?

When Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) vetoed eight bills last week, he wasn’t just passing judgment on the legislation – and impacting state...

Cummings: Mueller ‘Confirms Both the Evidence of Obstruction by the President and the Critical...

Special Counsel Robert Mueller on Wednesday stressed that his office did not consider it an option to charge President Trump with a crime as...

Chesapeake Beach Council Member Enters Alford Plea to Wiretapping Charge

A Chesapeake Beach town council member pleaded guilty to illegal wiretapping Tuesday, receiving probation before judgment and a $2,500 fine.According to the Office of...

Here Is a Capsule Look at 10 Bills Hogan Allowed to Become Law

By Friday afternoon, when his office announced which bills he’d  veto and which bills he’d let become law without his signature, Gov. Lawrence J....

Hogan Vetoes 8 Bills, Allows Prescription Affordability and Styrofoam Measures Through

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) on Friday used the lead-in to the long holiday weekend to veto eight bills while allowing dozens of...