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Who will take responsibility and ultimate accountability for improving outcomes in Maryland schools over the next decade?

Changes have been made in the procurement process that appears to favor one of the companies bidding on a lucrative state contract.

Many of Maryland’s past elected officials — Republicans and Democrats alike — have a history of yielding to the powerful poultry chicken industry, the authors write.

U.S. Rep. Anthony Brown declared victory early Wednesday in the Democratic primary for attorney general after being named the winner by two media outlets….

Nobody knows exactly who’s voting — or when we’ll finally know the official outcome of all the races.

A show of support from the popular Prince Georgian would be ‘powerful,” former Gov. Martin O’Malley says.

Rushern L. Baker III is determined that his current gubernatorial campaign not be a replica of his 2018 run. Not just the losing part…

Governor Hogan in the Old Senate Chamber

Posturing over the State of the State serves as a reminder that while Democrats control the General Assembly, Hogan has the bully pulpit, a flair for the dramatic, and superior political skills.

Katie Curran O’Malley published a policy proposal to address criminal justice in eight key areas.

A Baltimore senator asks if its possible to find common ground with Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. on policies that indirectly impact public safety.