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O’Malley Unveils Healthcare Plan, Aims for 95 Percent Coverage

O’Malley Unveils Healthcare Plan, Aims for 95 Percent Coverage

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley unveiled his healthcare plan Tuesday, aiming to improve on the Affordable Care Act and expand health coverage.

Lead Scams

Lead Scams

Exposure to lead can be deadly. Use of lead paint was common until it was outlawed in 1978. In the years following there have been many lawsuits and many settlements and plenty of people trying to take advantage of those circumstances.

What Will Happen to Your Credit Card After the Marriott – Starwood Merger?

What Will Happen to Your Credit Card After the Marriott – Starwood Merger?

After Bethesda-based Marriott announced this week its plan to acquire Starwood, travelers wondered what a merger between the two hotel chains would mean for the companies’ reward credit cards.

French Violence Poses Conundrum to Local Travelers

French Violence Poses Conundrum to Local Travelers

After the weekend's violence in Paris, local students and travelers were faced with a tough decision on whether or not to travel to France or not.

Baltimore Business Prepares to Help Community

Baltimore Business Prepares to Help Community

A booming Baltimore business is giving back to the community.

Walmart Honors Veterans With Green Lights

Walmart Honors Veterans With Green Lights

Walmart hopes to make Veterans Day a little brighter with its "Greenlight A Vet" campaign.

Maryland Local Wines Win Awards

Maryland Local Wines Win Awards

A celebration of Maryland’s wine industry last weekend made victory just a little sweeter thanks to some of the state’s tastiest grapes.

Cummings, House Democrats Create Task Force for Fair Drug Pricing

Cummings, House Democrats Create Task Force for Fair Drug Pricing

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Baltimore, and several other House Democrats launched a new task force on Wednesday to combat what they said is the inflation of prescription drug prices by pharmaceutical companies.

Hogan, Franchot criticize school construction officials for overspending

Hogan, Franchot criticize school construction officials for overspending

In Wednesday's Board of Public Works meeting, Gov. Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter Franchot aired serious concerns about state public school construction projects in a heated discussion.

Welcome to Washington’s “Catfe”

Welcome to Washington’s “Catfe”

How about some whiskers with that latte? We know just the place in Washington.