Pro-gun groups have spent much less on lobbying since gun-control advocates won a big victory in 2013.
The long-troubled jail is a “black eye” and an “embarrassment” for the state, Maryland’s governor says.
After two weeks of attacks from his rival, the Senate candidate comes out in favor of a deal.
State Del. Maggie McIntosh (D) called Van Hollen "one of the most effective leaders that we have in Maryland."
University, town and county are working to bring new retail, housing to areas near campus and Metro.
Bickering over when Silver Spring Transit Center will open is latest chapter in long, bitter saga.
State panel is tasked with finding alternatives to incarceration and ways to reduce recidivism.
If it’s born in Virginia, McAuliffe says (and it is), why don’t we call it the Virginia crab?
The Md. congresswoman has criticized outside spending, but says she needs help to compete against Chris Van Hollen.
The Maryland governor’s chemo treatment has meant an expanded role for Boyd Rutherford.
County Executive Rushern L. Baker III says budget cuts left him without the resources to staff new station.
A transportation-bill amendment would set new safety standards and change how board members are appointed.
Tax changes triggered by Wynne case could cost the county $250 million through 2018.
Glenn Ivey announces support from Latino political, faith leaders in race to replace Rep. Donna Edwards.