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This Election Day may not have the same political pop in Maryland as it does in states like Virginia and New Jersey, but there…

Make no mistake: U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen’s decision to endorse Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker (D) for governor, at an event Friday…

Bruce DePuyt, the acclaimed local broadcast journalist who is also a regular contributor to Maryland Matters, launched his own podcast this week. And just…

Just in time for Halloween: The Republican House Caucus Committee, which was established in 2016 to raise money to protect GOP incumbents in Annapolis…

By John Olszewski Jr. Education should be the great equalizer. Yet, as a public school teacher in Baltimore County, I saw incredible inequities in…

By Josh Kurtz Rep. John Delaney’s uniquely early announcement that he was running for president in 2020 was a bold and audacious move –…

In the wake of all the sexual harassment and assault allegations leveled against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein in recent weeks, statehouses across the country,…

As Democrats prepare a new round of attacks on Gov. Larry Hogan (R) over his decision to veto their earned sick leave bill this…

Former U.S. Rep. Donna Edwards says she has no regrets about the unusually blunt remarks she delivered following her defeat in last year’s Democratic Senate…

Maryland’s Fair Campaign Finance Fund has lived a long and tumultuous life since its creation in the 1970s, and members of the legislature, along…