WASHINGTON – Recent months have brought a spate of positive economic news, suggesting to many economists that American industry is finally starting to pick up again after a long, post-recession hangover. Unemployment is holding steady at or slightly below 5 ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS – Voucher-holders’ options for housing may soon broaden if Maryland lawmakers reintroduce and pass the Home Act in the upcoming 2017 legislative session. The state legislation is intended to stop discrimination in real estate based on source of income. ...Read More »
WASHINGTON – Since the 1990s, Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski has periodically organized dinners with the rest of the women in the Senate, no matter the party affiliation. The women call these dinners their “zone of civility,” in which they talk ...
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ANNAPOLIS — If Donald Trump’s campaign was any precursor to his administration, the president-elect could threaten criminal justice reform underway in Maryland, some civil rights advocates say. Following a U.S. Department of Justice report that revealed potentially unconstitutional practices in ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld on Wednesday said the system will double the number of new cars in service by next year, a move that will improve safety and reduce delays. The new 7000 series cars eventually will ...Read More »
COLLEGE PARK — While Maryland voted for the Democratic candidate in 2016 for the seventh straight presidential election, a deepening Republican loyalty in more rural areas of the state indicates increased polarization throughout Maryland, a Capital News Service analysis found. ...Read More »
LONDON — Americans aren’t alone in keeping a close watch on the vote tally in today’s presidential election. Europeans are watching as well, concerned about the possible impact of the choice being made by U.S. voters.Read More »