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Some top Democratic lawmakers are questioning the Gov. Wes Moore's approach to governing and are concerned about administration members’ lack of experience working in Maryland state government. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
Nov 26, 2023

Wes Moore’s second session will test his public messaging, political capital

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.

Nov 22, 2023

Groups clash over Chaudry’s future on hate crimes panel following anti-Israel posts

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.

President Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden arrives for a court appearance in Wilmington, Delaware, on Oct. 3, 2023. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
Nov 21, 2023

House Republicans issue subpoena to deputy prosecutor in Hunter Biden case

House Republicans issued a subpoena to a senior federal prosecutor involved in the criminal investigation into Hunter Biden.

Metropolitan Police Department officer Cyrus Miller puts a sticker on a windshield during an event where police officers distributed Apple AirTags and similar tracking devices to drivers in an attempt to curb a rise in crime in Washington on Nov. 7, 2023. (AP Photo/Amanda Andrade-Rhoades)
Nov 20, 2023

DC combating car thefts and carjackings with dashcams and AirTags

The government and police in Washington, D.C., are handing out tracking devices and dashboard cameras to drivers to help stem rising crime rates.

Actor and filmmaker Justine Bateman, right, speaks outside Netflix during a Writers Guild rally on July 13, 2023, in Los Angeles. Bateman said she was disturbed that AI models were "ingesting 100 years of film" and TV in a way that could destroy the structure of the film business and replace large portions of its labor pipeline. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)
Nov 20, 2023

‘Please regulate AI:’ Artists push for copyright reforms, but tech industry says not so fast

Artists are appealing to the U.S. government for immediate relief from the threat that artificial intelligence poses to their livelihoods.

Nov 20, 2023

Maryland Energy Administration opens application window for grants program

The Maryland Energy Administration opened the fiscal year 2024 funding round for its Resilient Maryland Program.

County officials observing work on the Harford Metro Area Network expansion that will allow ThinkBig Networks to connect to and construct their broadband service to the unserved and underserved customers in northern Harford County. (Photo courtesy Harford County Government)
Nov 20, 2023

Moore plans for all unconnected Md. homes to have broadband internet access within 5 years

All Maryland households could have access to broadband internet within five years, according to plans from Gov. Wes Moore's office.

Nov 20, 2023

Veterans are more likely than most to kill themselves with guns. Families want to keep them safe.

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.

Emergency personnel work at the scene of a fatal crash along Interstate 695 on March 22, 2023, near Woodlawn. Multiple people were killed when a passenger vehicle pulled into a work zone along the Baltimore beltway and struck construction workers there, Maryland State Police said. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
Nov 17, 2023

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.

Nov 17, 2023

Baltimore launches 2 new housing programs to battle homelessness

Baltimore launched two new programs to increase the availability of quality, affordable housing.

Some top Democratic lawmakers are questioning the Gov. Wes Moore's approach to governing and are concerned about administration members’ lack of experience working in Maryland state government. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
Nov 17, 2023

Moore announces $27M plan to improve internet access for underserved households in Md.

Gov. Wes Moore announced the award of more than 133,000 laptops for distribution to underserved households across Maryland.

Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y., speaks to reporters outside the Capitol, in Washington on May 17, 2023. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)
Nov 17, 2023

Ethics chairman launches new bid to expel George Santos from Congress

The chairman of the House Ethics Committee announced he has filed a resolution to force a vote on expelling Rep. George Santos from Congress.

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