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Out in the Streets, Gun Safety Supporters Work to Sustain Momentum

When Giselle Morch walked up to the wooden podium at Veterans Plaza in Silver Spring Tuesday night, she was overcome with emotion. She stomped...

Ex-Candidate for Baltimore City Sheriff Runs Afoul of the Law

A former candidate for Baltimore City Sheriff who pledged to be tough on crime has been charged with campaign finance irregularities.According to the Office...

Report: Washington Gas Had Funds, Direction to Fix What Led to Deadly Md. Fire

Washington Gas had both the funds and the direction to fix what caused a deadly apartment fire that killed seven people, according to a...

Jealous Hints at Another Run for Governor

Benjamin T. Jealous may have made a soft entry into the 2022 gubernatorial election Saturday at a Progressive Maryland event in Prince George’s County...

BWI Airport Gun Seizures Tie 2018 Total With 4 Months Left to Go

In just eight months, security checkpoint officers have seized as many guns at Baltimore-Washington International Airport as were caught during all 12 months of...

Van Hollen Blasts McConnell Over Senate Inaction on Gun Bill

By Horus AlasU.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) lambasted Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Wednesday for inaction on gun control legislation, saying it would...

Lawmakers Press BPW to Authorize Restitution for Men Wrongly Incarcerated

Forty-nine members of the House of Delegates – including Speaker Adrienne A. Jones (D-Baltimore County) – have taken up the cause of five men...

Don Mohler: We Just Have Too Many Guns

“Oh my god, there’s been another one.”That is how the conversation began at our annual family Labor Day gathering over the weekend along the...

Hogan PAC Seeks Donations to Fight ‘Hyper-Partisan’ Pols Opposing His Repeat Offenders Plan

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) is still wearing purple ties to National Governors Association events, but his political committee took direct aim at...

Group Offers Anti-Bullying Back-to-School Guide for Muslim Students

As students head back to school, the Maryland office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations released a new guide last week to help Muslim...