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Study indicates that there may be hundreds of thousands of Marylanders with a gambling problem, while just a few thousand have sought help from state center.

Sometimes it’s too hot for Manrique Ramos to work. July is expected to be the hottest single month in the record books, according to…

With many parts of the country gripped by extreme heat, President Joe Biden said Thursday his administration would target states that don’t offer workers…

Maryland Attorney General Anthony Brown (D) vowed to fight attempts to end the racial equity and inclusion policies used by private corporations. “Let me…

After months of hearings and debate, the Montgomery County Council approved a bill to limit landlords to rent increases that could not exceed 6%.

Many legislatures are ‘late to the party’ on laws concerning artificial intelligence.

Baltimore has adopted these protections, while statewide legislation remains bottled up in Annapolis.

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Maryland had a median age of 39.6 in 2022, up from 39.2 in 2020 and 38 in 2010.

Most Maryland businesses have six months to prepare. Employees in Montgomery County will get a bump this weekend.