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Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley unveiled his healthcare plan Tuesday, aiming to improve on the Affordable Care Act and expand health coverage.
The local Muslim community is working to make it clear that their religion is not the one represented by the terrorists responsible for the deadly assault in Paris.
The Prince George's County Council voted 8 to 1 in favor of passing a new electronic cigarette law. The law bans the use of E-Cigarettes where regular cigarettes are banned, except in casinos.
The historic senate chamber in which George Washington resigned as Commander in Chief has been restored. The arrangement of the furniture reflects the way the room looked on December 23, 1783 according to carefully researched protocols for important Congressional events in the late 18th century.
Martin O'Malley still isn't polling well in his quest to become president, but neither were other politicians with similar numbers in past elections who used the race to attain national prominence.
If you want to dispose of an old American flag properly, all you have to do is bring it to the dump. Howard County has become the first jurisdiction in Maryland to offer a flag retirement program. It's the result of a joint project between the County and a local American Legion Post.
A group of citizen activists gathered at the future site of the new D.C. United Stadium demanding an ethics investigation into D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser's role in a $6.8 million merger between Pepco and Exelon.