Maryland Politics

The monument honoring the “Talbot Boys” remains in place despite years of opposition from activists.

Spearheaded by Connected DMV, the center’s flagship project would be to stockpile monoclonal antibodies.

MDOT has rejected the bid protest, but the contract's award still could be headed to court.

Newly obtained records show the extent to which replacement tests from LabGenomics raised concerns among health officials.

Officials in a few Maryland counties say they don’t want to signal a no-mask policy for the unvaccinated.

Mobile vaccination clinic in Prince George’s draws 90 people. Caseloads continue to decline in our region.

Prince George's County Executive Angela D. Alsobrooks has elevated a fleet of Black women leaders, buoyed by support from Kamala Harris and other powerful mentors.

Maryland’s Republican governor hosted a two-day summit to encourage passage of national infrastructure bill

House Speaker Adrienne A. Jones, the first Black person and first woman to serve in the position, made police accountability a top priority.

In an interview, King focused on inequity and the chance to become the state’s first Black governor.

County Executive Angela D. Alsobrooks redirected the money in an effort to address long-standing disparities.

Maryland and Virginia strengthened oversight of police misconduct. The District is considering shifting tasks from officers to civilians.

Montgomery County Council member Craig Rice (D) once said anti-police activists were engaged in ‘crazy talk.’

Glassman has served two terms as Harford County executive.

Rutherford (R) has been a low-key, wonky partner to term-limited Gov. Larry Hogan (R).

The General Assembly advanced many liberal priorities during the session.

Police accountability, other long-stalled legislation also won passage in an equity-focused year.

Activists say Montgomery County is far from being on track to slash greenhouse gas emissions by 2027

Immigration, sports betting and climate change are among the measures awaiting action.

Democratic lawmakers override Hogan vetoes to create new officer discipline process, use-of-force policy.

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