Maryland mourns late Senate President Emeritus Mike Miller

Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr., the longest-serving state Senate president in U.S. history and titan of Maryland politics for decades, lay in state Friday at the State House in Annapolis. As a longtime Prince George’s County “political godfather,” members of the Clinton, Maryland, community who paid their respects Thursday during an escort detail remembered Miller for his endlessly kind heart, constant generosity and endearing presence.

Baltimore is a popular site for Oscar-nominated movies filmed in Maryland

Maryland has served as a filming site for Oscar-nominated movies since the 1940s. Movies filmed in Maryland have a combined 42 Oscar nominations and 6 wins, with Baltimore being the most popular filming site.

Trump’s inauguration has lowest Metro ridership since 2005

Street closures and large crowds make inauguration day a historically busy one for public transportation in Washington, D.C.

150th Anniversary of Lincoln’s Assassination Draws Large Crowd

The death of Abraham Lincoln was commemorated by the National Park Service at exactly 7:22a Wednesday morning, 150 years after the country’s 16th president was assassinated while watching a play at Ford’s Theater in Washington.

Navy Yard Community Remembers the Victims of Shooting on Anniversary

Community members held a commemoration ceremony for the victims of the September 16, 2013 Navy Yard shooting in Washington, D.C.