Maryland Gov. Wes Moore’s second legislative session will be a test of his team’s public messaging strategy and the political capital he’s accrued in his first year.
Muslim advocate Zainab Chaudry's future on a state hate crimes commission has become the focal point of competing campaigns after she issued several anti-Israel social media posts.
House Republicans issued a subpoena to a senior federal prosecutor involved in the criminal investigation into Hunter Biden.
The government and police in Washington, D.C., are handing out tracking devices and dashboard cameras to drivers to help stem rising crime rates.
Artists are appealing to the U.S. government for immediate relief from the threat that artificial intelligence poses to their livelihoods.
The Maryland Energy Administration opened the fiscal year 2024 funding round for its Resilient Maryland Program.
All Maryland households could have access to broadband internet within five years, according to plans from Gov. Wes Moore's office.
For decades, discussions of suicide prevention skirted fraught questions about firearms. But some families who’ve lost a loved one to suicide want to talk openly.
Moore’s work group recommends raising work zone speeding fines as part of larger driver culture shift
Gov. Wes Moore recommended that Maryland increase its work zone speed camera violations from $40.
Baltimore launched two new programs to increase the availability of quality, affordable housing.
Gov. Wes Moore announced the award of more than 133,000 laptops for distribution to underserved households across Maryland.
The chairman of the House Ethics Committee announced he has filed a resolution to force a vote on expelling Rep. George Santos from Congress.