Without witnesses, House Democrats open arguments in Trump impeachment trial

WASHINGTON – The House’s Democratic impeachment managers started the clock on their allotted 24-hour opening remarks in the Senate on Wednesday, moving forward with the second day of the trial without new witnesses or new documentary evidence.  Much of the…

Clinton, Trump Cruise to Victories in Maryland Primary

Networks project winners seconds after the polls closed

Immigration is Key Issue in Primary, Especially Among GOP Voters

As Maryland’s international population grows, some reach out, others worry

GOP Candidates Bring Anti-Government Message to Government’s Backyard

By JOSH MAGNESS, REBECCA RAINEY and ALANA PEDALINO Capital News Service WASHINGTON — The Republican presidential candidates continue to advocate smaller government and less spending. But will such messages resonate in Maryland, a state that has benefited from its proximity…

Clinton Takes Detour from New York to Court Maryland Democrats

Former Secretary of State Clinton visits Baltimore, picks up Elijah Cummings’ endorsement

Hoyer: Trump or Cruz as GOP Nominee is a Chance for House Democratic Majority

Hoyer says that if Trump or Cruz win the GOP nomination, they could hurt Republicans running for reelection. The Democrats could take the majority of the House of Representatives if they gain 30 seats in 2016.

Unable to Revive Gasping Campaign, Carson Drops Out

Dr. Ben Carson, the last presidential candidate with Maryland ties, ends his quest for the White House.