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Martin O'Malley has admitted that much of the $2 million Redflex paid him was used to pay off a city official.
Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz also thinks deporting children detained at the border is sending them back to "certain death."
CRISFIELD, Md.- A new attraction for beer lovers is coming to Somerset County. David and Carolyn Marquis, who own the Blue Crab Garden Cafe on the corner of West Main and Eighth streets, will soon open The Chesapeake Brewing Company next door.
Baltimore schools CEO Gregory Thornton said Wednesday that he is in the early stages of assessing where the central office can be more efficient and already cut back on two expenditures criticized during the previous administration.
Washington, D.C. - The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management held the nation's third competitive lease sale for renewable energy in federal waters, which offered nearly 80,000 acres offshore Maryland for potential wind energy development.
Republican Larry Hogan said Tuesday that if he is elected governor he will try to end state income taxes on retirement income sometime during his first term.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley's administration is confident that its rapid rebuilding of the state's health insurance Web site is progressing as planned and will be ready before the next enrollment period begins in November.
Fracking in Maryland would pose a risk of harmful air pollution and would bring jobs that could be dangerous for workers, a new report has found.
The Hill is out with a list of the top five Democrats who could challenge Hillary Clinton from the left in the 2016 presidential race.
Last month, it appeared the Washington-area labor market was finally on the verge of a turnaround, with employers cranking up hiring after an anemic start to the year.
A University of Maryland study warns that without adequate safeguards, drilling for natural gas using hydraulic fracturing could harm the health of residents, workers and communities in Western Maryland.
A Towson University study of the potential economic impact of shale gas drilling in far western Maryland fails to answer what some critics said Monday is their biggest question: How would hydraulic fracturing for natural gas affect the tourism that accounts for a large share of the economy in Garrett County, where most of the drilling would occur? ... (more)
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley says the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, shows divisions in the country that will require more than just government policies to repair.
An undocumented immigrant awaits transportation to a processing center after being detained by U.S. Border Patrol agents some 60 miles north of the U.S. Mexico border near Falfurrias, Texas on July 23, 2014.
Oh, sure, they're calling calling it "Five figures on the left who could challenge Hillary Clinton," but let's face it: Democrats who aren't on the Left these days are rare, and probably dying of old age.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 05:21 am
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