As Martin O’Malley prepares to announce a bid for the Democratic ticket, the former Baltimore mayor appears to be embracing his record and faces critics of his “zero-tolerance” policing policies.
The city’s former mayor says he would make his bid official in the city in which he lives.
In an op-ed, the 2016 hopeful says economic inequality and lack of opportunities helped fuel the flames.
The White House hopeful declines to discuss the political impact of recent days.
Mayhem in his hometown poses a new challenge for the former mayor and likely White House hopeful.
The 2016 White House hopeful will return to his hometown on Tuesday, an aide said.
The former Maryland governor will be in London and Dublin this week.
Former Baltimore mayor, who is weighing a White House bid, reduced crime with “zero-tolerance’ approach.
In Clinton’s absence at S.C. convention, O’Malley and Sanders stir activists with populist rhetoric.
The former Maryland governor is causing headaches for the Democratic frontrunner as she starts her run.