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“Social media influences and the pandemic’s effect on learning and socialization have had a major impact on our children,” Ferguson said.

U.S. Senate Democrats said Tuesday they are preparing their own short-term spending bill that they believe will garner bipartisan support, a decision that could…

More than 300 signs dotted the lawn outside the U.S. Senate Tuesday, each bearing the name of a military nominee blocked this year by Republican Sen….

Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks received more support Monday in her run for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate. According to the Alsobrooks…

Alison Healey says County Executive Robert Cassilly is blocking access to emails of an employee on emergency leave and said she will seek a court order and money for a private email server for her office

One of the main concerns from the union is persistent staffing shortages, which impacts the ability to take care of patients and contributes to longer wait-times.

Congressman sees his path to victory running through Baltimore City and the entire Baltimore region.

Common Cause Maryland sent an email asking whether 16- and 17-year-olds should be allowed to vote in local elections.

“We’re hoping it will be a fairly quiet season, but this is where everyone in public health is still watching closely and holding our breath,” Sen. Clarence Lam said.

Amid rising tensions and an approaching hard deadline, the U.S. House and Senate ended their work week on Thursday without a deal to fund…