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Exclusive: Poll Shows a State Divided

Maryland voters have widely divergent opinions on the direction of the jurisdiction where they live – and those opinions are based to a large...

Power Attorney Tim Maloney Steps Into Anton Black Death Investigation

Attorney Timothy F. Maloney, one of the most politically plugged-in lawyers in Maryland, has stepped into the Anton Black death investigation.Maloney, whose work and...

Planned Parenthood Chief: This Is the Fight of Our Lives

With more than a dozen legal challenges to abortion laws winding their way through federal appellate courts and a Supreme Court that seems poised...

Md. Battles Trump Administration in High-Stakes Census Case

Census data shapes almost every corner of public life — from the amount of federal money funneled to school lunch programs, new bus routes...

Hogan: ‘For the Good of the City, Mayor Pugh Must Resign’

Hours after the FBI raided the home, office and other properties associated with embattled Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh (D) Thursday morning, Gov. Lawrence...

Anton Black Complained to Police of Shortness of Breath, ER Doctor Report States

Anton Black, an African-American teen who died in police custody in September following a struggle with white police officers and a white civilian, complained...

From Tragedy Comes Action — New Cyberbullying Law Said to Be Strongest in the...

A bill signed into law by Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) on Thursday gives Maryland families unparalleled protections against online harassment aimed at...
Mueller

GOP Wants to Move On, But Dems Aren’t Done With Mueller Report

WASHINGTON -- Congressional Republicans and the Trump administration want to move on from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, now that a redacted version of...

Lawmakers Pass Bill That Would Expand Prosecution of Child Erotica

The images that popped up on Frederick County prosecutor Joyce King’s computer screen that couldn’t be charged as child pornography were as disturbing as...

Here Are Eight Bills That Hogan Could Veto

Now that the General Assembly’s annual 90-day session is over, Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s legislative shop kicks into overdrive — deciding which of...