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Mfume’s Return to Capitol Hill: ‘It Was Like I Had Never Left’

Rep. Kweisi Mfume has started in Congress twice. The second time he donned a protective blue mask as he walked onto the U.S. House...

Hogan Getting New Chief of Staff as Clark Moves to UMMS

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) is getting a new chief of staff, his fourth since taking office in January 2015.Hogan announced Tuesday that...

Poll: Marylanders Oppose Hogan’s Drug Board Veto, Favor Special Session

While recent polls show Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) continuing to rack up high job approval ratings, in part due to his management...

Frank DeFilippo: What Baltimore Needs in a Mayor

Begin with a cliché. This election of a Baltimore mayor should be about two things – character and integrity. The rest is background noise.And,...

Polls Track Marylanders’ Views on COVID-19 — and Its Toll

Two recently-conducted polls show that Marylanders remain worried about COVID-19 -- and many have been directly impacted by the virus. They believe that most...

Md. Dems Plan Celebrity-Studded Virtual Rally, Week of Action Ahead of Primary

With the Maryland primary quickly approaching and Democratic leaders casting about for ways to engage voters in the months leading up to the November...

Tight Race for Council President Features ‘Old-Timer and New-Timers’

Baltimore City is expecting a big shakeup in leadership over the next few months, with a Democratic primary underway that will most likely decide...

Would a Virtual General Assembly Meeting Be Legal?

For weeks, Maryland General Assembly committees have been meeting via Zoom, as have so many people, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.The sessions give legislators an...

Where Voters Will be Able to Cast and Drop Off Ballots in Baltimore

The Maryland State Board of Elections held an emergency meeting on Wednesday to add two additional Election Day voting sites in Baltimore on June...

On Heels of Late-Mailed Ballots in Baltimore, State Board Approves Additional Voting, Dropoff Sites

Maryland election officials announced emergency measures Wednesday afternoon to increase voting access in Baltimore as questions mounted about a state vendor’s late delivery of...