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As the sun rose over the mile-long oval at Old Hilltop and the first rays of daylight shot across the infield, bouncing off the…

U.S. Rep. David Trone (D-6th) released his second 60-second video Thursday, with a narrator summarizing the three-term congressman’s background and plan for the U.S….

Congressional leaders negotiating a deal to avoid a catastrophic default on the nation’s debt are talking about including an overhaul of how the federal…

Directs departments to submit data for audit and to integrate initiative into their missions.

The prologue to a new biography of Daniel Baugh Brewster opens with an unforgettable scene that foreshadows the brutal descent of the former U.S. senator in the pages that follow.

Rep. Jamie Raskin, contemplating whether to run for Senate, tells fellow Democrats his latest test showed he’s cancer free.

A federal appeals court panel quizzed lawyers during oral arguments Wednesday over a Texas judge’s decision that could end access to the abortion pill…

The domino effect of reassignments includes the speaker’s intention to nominate a new speaker pro tem in January.

The new contractor, PruittHealth, replaces South Carolina-based HRM in a five-year deal that exceeds $198 million.

Recent decisions will worsen the performance of Prince George’s County’s housing market and the local economy, economist Anirban Basu writes.