Wire creator says the executive order “is personal.”
The Pussyhat Project inspires an entirely new knitting community.
We bid farewell to the luminaries we lost this year.
A roundup of eco-news from around the area.
For much of her life, Catherine Pugh has wanted to be mayor of Baltimore. Now she is. But what took so long?
The longtime senator thanks Maryland and talks about 45 years of service.
Goucher Poll director Mileah Kromer explains the surprising election results.
City Council welcomes eight new members.
“Yitzi” Schleifer is the youngest incoming city councilman and first Orthodox Jewish member in decades.
From West Baltimore to the West Wing, Broderick Johnson makes the improbable, probable.
We talk to the director of the Sarah T. Hughes Field Politics Center at Goucher College.
Republican presidential nominee addressed National Guard Association Conference.
Longtime waterfront reporter was synonymous with the Port of Baltimore.
The former mayor would like her old job back, but is Baltimore ready to forgive her?
The City Councilman (and husband of Marilyn) launched campaign in Reservoir Hill.
Maryland governor says he has lymphoma and will soon begin chemotherapy treatments.
Famed Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon is a star among some conservatives.
How polarizing politico Michael Peroutka got elected to the Anne Arundel County Council.
From MICA to the NRA, here are some interesting things you may not know about Larry Hogan.
Long before writing Young Thurgood, Larry Gibson broke down Baltimore’s political barriers.
Martin O'Malley is on the short list of Democratic presidential candidates. Can he win?
After Maryland’s highest court finds pit bulls “inherently dangerous,” the breed’s supporters take their fight to the General Assembly.
Maryland's Oldest & Oddest Congressman Fights For His Political Life
Nearly 40 years after its founding, a radical Catholic commune finds new allies