Trump speech gets thumbs down from Maryland Democrats

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump’s Tuesday night address to a joint session of Congress did little to ease the worries of Maryland’s Democratic lawmakers. Trump’s address lacked significant detail, said Rep. Anthony Brown, D-Upper Marlboro, and left him “yearning for…

Edwards Hits Van Hollen with First Televised Attack Ad

Maryland Senate race goes negative on television.

Edwards and Van Hollen in a Virtual Tie Ahead of April 26 Senate Primary

Chris Van Hollen and Donna Edwards, who are virtually tied, have been facing off in a series of debates leading up to the April primary.

Technical Glitches Plague Registration for Credit Monitoring After UMD Data Breach

Victims of the University of Maryland’s data breach have been frustrated in attempts to sign up for free credit monitoring provided by the school.

Social Security Advocates Protest Fiscal Cliff Cuts

BALTIMORE – The American Federation of Government Employees rallied here Wednesday to call attention to their contention that Social Security does not impact the deficit and should be spared changes in negotiations to solve the looming fiscal cliff. The AFGE…

Mikulski Leads Social Security Crowd in Supercommittee ‘Occupation’

Activists joined Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., Thursday in a rally to “wake up the supercommittee,” who they fear will unfairly cut health care and Social Security to reduce the nation’s debt.