Election 2016 | Live from the Presidential Nominating Conventions
Capital News Service reporters are reporting live from the 2016 Republican and Democratic presidential nominating conventions in Cleveland and Philadelphia.
Maryland Democratic Convention Delegates Praise Clinton Choice of Kaine as VP, Even if Some Wanted Someone Else
Maryland’s delegates to the Democratic National Convention praised Hillary Clinton’s decision Friday to select Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., as her running mate -- even if some would have preferred a different person.
Democrats and Republicans have two very different visions of how to deal with the thousands of foreign nationals who want to come to the U.S. every year and the millions of people who migrated here, some illegally.
Moments after GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump finished his speech at the Republican National Convention Thursday night, Maryland delegates reacted with universal praise and optimism about his chances against presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
While Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence was the headliner of the third night of the GOP convention, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz’s refusal to endorse Donald Trump consumed the day-after conversations among the delegates from Maryland -- and every other state.
Donald Trump and Republican National Convention memorabilia has filled the mini-stores within Quicken Loans Arena and the sidewalks downtown.
Jason Lewis, a special reporter for Capital News Service from Bournemouth University in England, caught up with Brexit Leader Nigel Farage in Cleveland Wednesday.
Maryland Republican Party Members, Political Analysts Split Over Message of Republican National Convention
The Republican National Convention met in Cleveland this week with the goal of projecting a platform of fiscal conservatism, strengthening national security and presenting an overall commitment to “Make America Great Again.”
Former neurosurgeon Ben Carson of Baltimore gave a speech at the Republican National Convention last night promoting Donald Trump that also managed to discuss Lucifer and community organizer Saul Alinsky.
COLLEGE PARK - Maryland's delegation to the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland is in the catbird seat, near the stage. They'll have a prime view of nominee Donald Trump's acceptance speech.
The message from the retired neurosurgeon was startling -- by electing presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, the United States would be choosing a person “who has as their role model somebody who acknowledges Lucifer.”
The ultimate prize at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland is the presidential nomination. A close second: Pikachu. The convention site is swarming with Pokemon, and some delegates are attempting to catch them all.
Maryland's delegates to the Republican National Convention said Monday's dramatic fight over rules on the convention floor was not anti-Donald Trump and its importance was inflated by the news media.
Dr. Ben Carson will take the stage at Quicken Loans Arena Tuesday night in support of his one-time competitor, Donald Trump, as he becomes the Republican nominee for that very job.
Maryland's representatives to the Republican National Convention will help make Donald Trump the party's nominee. But Trump wasn't every delegate's first choice.
As Donald Trump seems primed to accept the nomination as the GOP’s 2016 presidential candidate Wednesday at the Republican National Convention, party leaders are eying a problem: finding a way to coalesce the base around the controversial business mogul.
In order to gain support in a strongly blue state — the second-most Democratic state in the nation, according to a 2015 Gallup poll — Republican Hogan has centered his efforts on fiscal policies while staying away from social issues.
While some prominent Republicans will reach for pierogies or Polish Boys in Cleveland next week, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will be reaching for Old Bay instead.